Industry Issues

Industry Issues

NAHB is the leading voice for the housing industry on the wide range of issues that impact home building.

Builders Report Worst Lot Shortage Ever

All NAHB Members Who Received a PPP Loan Can Have Their Loan Forgiven

In addition to labor and supply-chain challenges, builders are confronting what could be an even more urgent problem: and extreme shortage of lots.

All NAHB Members Who Received a PPP Loan Can Have Their Loan Forgiven

Appraisals

Promoting reforms in appraisal practices to ensure that appraisals accurately reflect true market values

All NAHB Members Who Received a PPP Loan Can Have Their Loan Forgiven

Environment

Protecting our natural resources and promoting economic growth with regulatory certainty

All NAHB Members Who Received a PPP Loan Can Have Their Loan Forgiven

Emergency Preparedness and Response

Resources for health threats and natural disasters

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Federal Regulatory Reform

Advocating for reform to control skyrocketing compliance costs that stifle businesses and harm consumers

All NAHB Members Who Received a PPP Loan Can Have Their Loan Forgiven

Land Use

Resources to address challenges in local land development processes with the Land Use 101 Toolkit

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Resiliency

Resources and tools to support resiliency efforts and initiatives focused on implementing cost-effective, market-driven solutions

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Safety and Health

Ensuring a safe and healthy workplace for all construction workers with resources for employers and employees

All NAHB Members Who Received a PPP Loan Can Have Their Loan Forgiven

Sustainability and Green Building

Construction techniques, materials and designs to minimize a home’s impact on the environment

All NAHB Members Who Received a PPP Loan Can Have Their Loan Forgiven

Tax Issues

Advocating for home building incentives in the tax code, including the Low Income Housing Tax Credit and opportunity zones