NAHB Chairman Randy Noel took some time to record a heartfelt “Thank You” video to all of NAHB’s valuable associate members.
Registration is open for the 75th annual NAHB International Builders’ Show® (IBS), the largest annual, light-construction trade show in the world. The show returns in 2019 to Las Vegas Feb. 19-21 after a two-year stint in Orlando, Fla.
With new technologies and more informed and demanding buyers than ever, home builders and remodelers need to stand out from the crowd. This NAHB online course is a great help.
Until just a few years ago, a large building in the Capitol Hill area of Seattle housed BMW and Mercedes dealerships. But those automakers outgrew their surroundings and moved to a larger facility, leaving the site ripe for an award-winning redevelopment project.
Builder confidence in the market for newly built single-family homes remained unchanged at a solid 68 reading in July on the NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index.
Speaking before the National Association of Counties Annual Conference & Exposition in Nashville on July 15, NAHB Chief Economist Robert Dietz said that the housing recovery will continue to move forward but that builders continue to face persistent supply-side headwinds.
April 12, 2018
Dear Valued DCBDA Member,
On behalf of DeKalb County Building and Development Association (DCBDA) I am reaching out to you of a recent change within the association. In order to offer members installment options and the ability to pay via the method of your choice (credit card, ACH, or check), we have joined the NAHB’s Dues Hub program.
As a result, you may receive communications from a new software provider, Billhighway. You will also have the option to log in to their member portal to renew your membership and pay directly online. You may also be prompted to create an account before doing so.
If you have any questions, concerns or comments, please feel free to reach out to me. 815-901-2759 or email@example.com
Ken Andersen, Executive Officer
Even after a massive reduction in their corporate tax rate, some utility companies are interpreting a little-known tax change in a way that is forcing developers to substantially increase what they pay for contributions in aid of construction (CIACs).
A New England builder recently got an unwelcome surprise when he opened an email from the company that supplies the white cedar shingles for some of the homes he’s building. The shingles are subject to an immediate 20.8% duty, or an additional cost of $1,400 per unit for the 12 homes planned for construction.