7 Traits Successful Builders Have in Common

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7 Traits Successful Builders Have in Common

Learn seven common traits of successful builders and identify the sales process that successful builders use to dominate their markets.

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Financial Stability Oversight Council Releases Report on Climate-Related Financial Risk

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Financial Stability Oversight Council Releases Report on Climate-Related Financial Risk

The report includes more than 30 specific recommendations to U.S. financial regulators, and lays out necessary actions to identify and address climate-related risks to the U.S. financial system, which include warming temperatures, rising sea levels, droughts, wildfires, intensifying storms and other climate-related events that are already imposing significant costs on the public and U.S. economy.

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Industry Leaders Honored with National Housing Center Awards

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Industry Leaders Honored with National Housing Center Awards

Top industry leaders were inducted into the National Housing Hall of Fame or received Exemplary Service to Home Building Awards during NAHB’s Fall Leadership Meetings in Houston last week.

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3 Reasons Teens Don’t Consider Careers In The Skilled Trades – Even Though They Should

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3 Reasons Teens Don’t Consider Careers In The Skilled Trades – Even Though They Should

In an uncertain economy where stability is often prized, many teens never consider skilled trade jobs when planning potential paths for the future.

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Which Housing Markets Are Growing the Fastest?

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Which Housing Markets Are Growing the Fastest?

Home building has staged a slow, modest recovery over the last decade, following the Great Recession, with an accelerated uptick last year during the COVID-19 pandemic. Increased building activity can been seen in both the single-family and multifamily sectors, based on data for permits from the U.S. Census Bureau.

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NAHB Joins With Key Lawmakers to Stand Up for Housing

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NAHB Joins With Key Lawmakers to Stand Up for Housing

NAHB Chairman Chuck Fowke today participated in an event on Capitol Hill with Senate Banking Committee Chairman Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), House Financial Services Committee Chairwoman Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) and leaders of several other housing organizations to call on Congress to keep housing funding in the Build Back Better package.

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NAHB Awards Deadlines Extended

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NAHB Awards Deadlines Extended

Did you miss the Oct. 18 deadline to apply for one of NAHB’s awards programs? You’re in luck — the deadline for applications has been extended to Nov. 1.

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Action on Supply Chain Bottlenecks, Tariffs Needed to Boost Housing Affordability 

Filed in Advocacy, Housing Affordability, Material Costs by on October 20, 2021 2 Comments
Action on Supply Chain Bottlenecks, Tariffs Needed to Boost Housing Affordability 

NAHB today called on Congress and the Biden administration to help ease building material supply chain bottlenecks that are harming housing affordability by removing trade barriers and seeking solutions to port congestion and persistent delays in truck and rail transportation.

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Your Chance to Engage in the WOTUS Rulemaking

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Your Chance to Engage in the WOTUS Rulemaking

Individual builders and state and local home builders associations interested in participating in 10 regional roundtables hosted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that focus on future changes to the “waters of the United States” (WOTUS) rule should contact NAHB by Tuesday, Oct. 26.

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Reminder: Apply to Serve on a 2022 NAHB Committee or Council Board of Trustees

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Reminder: Apply to Serve on a 2022 NAHB Committee or Council Board of Trustees

There is still time to apply for an appointment to an NAHB committee and/or council board of trustees for the 2022 leadership year. The application deadline is Oct. 31.

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