Tag: disaster response

How to Help Hurricane Ida Relief and Recovery Efforts

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How to Help Hurricane Ida Relief and Recovery Efforts

NAHB is working closely with HBAs in the region to meet the needs of members who are affected by storms and to provide resources to help them rebuild.

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Louisiana HBAs Support Hurricane Laura Relief Efforts

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Louisiana HBAs Support Hurricane Laura Relief Efforts

The HBA of Louisiana and several HBAs across the state helped the HBA of Southwest Louisiana members’ access the supplies and support needed following the destruction caused by Hurricane Laura.

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Flexibility and Assistance Key to Helping Navigate the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Flexibility and Assistance Key to Helping Navigate the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Hill.TV recently sat down with Dr. Ben Carson, secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and Dr. Lynn Fisher, deputy director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, to discuss how the housing industry is tackling the immediate concerns around housing related to COVID-19 and what the impact may be going forward.

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How COVID-19 Continues to Impact the Multifamily Industry

How COVID-19 Continues to Impact the Multifamily Industry

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to resonate throughout the country, and has presented some unique challenges to the home building industry. Leaders in the multifamily segment shared their experiences navigating these challenges with YieldPro TV’s Power Hitters series, and how they see the industry moving forward.

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A Communication Plan Can Help Your Business During a Crisis

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A Communication Plan Can Help Your Business During a Crisis

A crisis communication plan developed before an emergency can help your business or HBA execute a well-organized response. Create an outline for your plan by following three simple steps.

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NAHB Hurricane Relief Outreach Ongoing in Gulf Coast Region

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NAHB Hurricane Relief Outreach Ongoing in Gulf Coast Region

NAHB continues to work closely with state and local HBAs to meet the needs of members who are affected by hurricanes Sally and Laura.

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Register for this Week’s Coronavirus Response Webinars

Register for this Week’s Coronavirus Response Webinars

NAHB continues its Coronavirus Webinar Series this week with sessions on strategic marketing and job site safety.

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How to Keep Buyer Traffic Flowing Despite COVID-19

How to Keep Buyer Traffic Flowing Despite COVID-19

With prospective buyer traffic severely diminished in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, home builders must strategically scale back on their advertising investments. An upcoming webinar hosted by NAHB and Do You Convert will help business owners and sales teams determine how and where to adjust their marketing strategies.

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How to Help Builders Stay on the Job

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How to Help Builders Stay on the Job

NAHB is committed to ensuring members continue to operate their businesses throughout the coronavirus pandemic as certain states and local municipalities explore “remain in place” orders. Learn more about the advocacy and business resources available to impacted jurisdictions on nahb.org.

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MIT Report Spotlights Need to Reform Policies on Factory-Built Housing

MIT Report Spotlights Need to Reform Policies on Factory-Built Housing

According to a new study from the MIT Humanitarian Supply Chain Lab, factory-built houses — i.e., modular, panelized or pre-assembled homes — could help increase affordable housing stock and significantly aid in disaster response and recovery. However, factory-built homes comprise only 3% of single-family homes in the United States. What can be done to better utilize these types of homes?

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