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Spotting Workers Comp Fraud

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Land Use 101

The goal of Land Use 101 is to assemble the best available resources from NAHB that are most relevant to the issues curr...

Green Homes Show Growth in a Recovering Market According to New Report from McGraw Hill Construction

Residential construction is a key engine behind economic growth in the United States. According to McGraw Hill Construct...

What are Housing Starts?

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2016 Release Dates for NAHB Quarterly Surveys

2016 release dates for NAHB's quarterly surveys: HOI, LMI, MMS, RMI, and 55+ HMI

How Government Regulation Affects the Price of a New Home

This article introduces new NAHB estimates of the impact that such regulations have on the price of a home. The estimate...

Construction, Codes and Standards

Virtually all residential construction must adhere to comprehensive building codes and standards governed by local and s...

Energy Efficiency

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Local Benefits of Home Building: Updated Estimates

In-Depth Analysis, November 10, 2005 by Paul Emrath Ph.D. The NAHB Model New residential construction often faces oppos...

The Road Less Traveled, the Results Most Desired

For the second consecutive year, building-systems manufacturers and suppliers hit the road, this time to visit modular, ...

NAHB Apartment Rent Estimator

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Quality Tops the List for October’s Remodeler of the Month

October 24, 2016

Mark Quéripel has been selected as the NAHB Remodeler of the Month for October largely because of his ability to build strong relationships with his customers. Doing so, he says, requires a focus on timeliness, attentiveness and above all, quality.

Brady Explains How to Keep Housing Affordable

October 24, 2016

Burdensome regulations add about 24% to the cost of housing, needlessly hiking the cost of homes for low- and middle-income families, Ed Brady told the Washington Post in a letter to the editor published Saturday.

OSHA Extends Anti-Retaliation Enforcement Deadline

October 24, 2016

Enforcement of the U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration's anti-retaliation provisions in its injury and illness tracking rule has been delayed until Dec. 1.