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Housing Market Index (Mar. 2016)
Housing Starts by Type (Jan. 2016)
Single and Multifamily Construction Spending (Jan. 2016)
Statement from NAHB Chairman Ed Brady on Freddie Mac’s Earnings Report
Larger Remodeling Projects Trending Up in 2016 According to NAHB Survey
Statement from NAHB Chairman Ed Brady on DOL's Overtime Threshold Rule
Single-Family Sector Leads Housing to Higher Ground
New Home Sales Relatively Unchanged in March
Ed Brady, chairman of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and a home builder and developer from Bloomington, Ill., issued a statement reg...
Steady job growth, affordable home prices, attractive mortgage interest rates and pent-up demand will help the housing market continue on a gradual up...
A record 117 single-family, multifamily, remodeling and community projects were honored at the 2015 Best in American Living Awards (BALA) Gala held du...
NAHB honors the 2015 Designee of the Year Winners.
EPA’s new streamlined compliance guide is a boon to smaller builders, saving them time and money.
The devastation brought about by Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma severely taxed and threatened the solvency of the National Flood Insurance Program...
Find out how to avoid unwanted closing delays regarding the mortgage lending rules instituted by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Compare monthly and quarterly data of market conditions for multifamily starts and rental occupancy.
NAHB Remodelers works with members of Congress and federal agencies to help ensure the priorities of remodelers are addressed in federal legislation a...
2015 - Greg Rehm, CGR, CAPS, CGP
2014 - Tim Ellis, CAPS, CGR, MCGP
2013 - Tim Swafford, CGR, CAPS, CGP
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NAHB is partnering with educators, members and state and local HBAs to address the housing industry’s labor shortages and to develop a skilled workfor...
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