Blogs and Publications

Blogs and Publications

NAHB is the nation's leading source for housing and remodeling information. Our blogs, digital media, e-newsletters and magazines deliver all the information you need to be in the know.

Blogs and Digital Media Get the latest on industry issues, advocacy and regulatory topics, economics, forecasting, business management and design.

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The Chairman's Update Video Series

NAHB Chairman Chuck Fowke provides a monthly update about the value of your NAHB membership.

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Housing Developments Podcast

NAHB CEO Jerry Howard and Chief Lobbyist Jim Tobin discuss the latest developments in housing and inside NAHB.

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NAHBNow Blog

Your one-stop source for home building news and educational resources.

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Eye on Housing Blog

NAHB’s economists discuss the latest housing data and policy.

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Best in American Living Blog

Follow the latest in residential design trends and building practices.

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Know the Show Blog

Get the latest updates about the industry’s premier event.

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Sales and Marketing Ideas

Discover the latest trends and techniques in new home sales and marketing.

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eNewsletters

Learn about NAHB e-newsletters that focus on specific areas of interest.

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Books and Magazines NAHB’s council members receive magazines that provide a comprehensive look at the latest industry trends and information.

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NAHB’s Bookstore

BuilderBooks is NAHB’s official bookstore, offering exclusive member discounts.

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55+ Housing Magazine

Discover trends, news and research and resources for the 55+ housing market.

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Building Women Magazine

An in-depth look at women in building and career development resources.

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