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Housing Market Index (Dec. 2015)
Housing Starts by Type (Nov. 2015)
Single and Multifamily Construction Spending (Oct. 2015)
NAHB Moves Needle on EPA Online Lead Paint Training, But Remodelers Still Face Challenges
Software Company Salefish Named NAHB’s Global Innovation Award Winner
Cindy Cepko Inducted as the 2016 NAHB Professional Women in Building Council Chair
Housing Missing from White House Economic Agenda
Builder Confidence in the 55+ Housing Market Ends Year on a Positive Note
Builder confidence in the single-family 55+ housing market remains strong in the fourth quarter of 2015 with a reading of 61, up one point from the pr...
Now is the time to start getting the word out to your local code officials about proposals in the 2018 ICC Code Development Cycle.
The theme: Resiliency. As in, we’re here, and better than ever.
NAHB honors the 2015 Designee of the Year Winners.
The Clean Water Act requires builders and developers to manage the flow of water from their jobsites after a rainstorm, using silt fences, rows of hay...
The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage needs to remain the foundation of housing finance.
Find out about how the new closing rules taking effect Oct. 3 will impact home builders and how builders can prepare for these changes.
The goal of Land Use 101 is to assemble the best available resources from NAHB that are most relevant to the issues currently in play in this arena.
NAHB Immediate Past Chairman Kevin Kelly appeared on Capitol Hill on Oct. 21 to urge Congress to pass critical multifamily legislation that would help...
2015 - Greg Rehm, CGR, CAPS, CGP
2014 - Tim Ellis, CAPS, CGR, MCGP
2013 - Tim Swafford, CGR, CAPS, CGP
Use these tips to help prepare the interior of your home for winter weather.
What makes a good employee safety program? We can tell you.
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...
This March, meet with your federal lawmakers to showcase the impact of housing in your home district.
The Board will meet and discuss association issues and take actions as necessary until the Midyear Board Meeting.
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Join the NAHB Board of Directors in Miami for committee and council meetings, excellent networking, industry updates and the economic forecast.
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