NAHB is hosting a webinar series this month to help members and other industry professionals understand the current challenges with escalating lumber prices and supply chain issues, and learn how to develop strategies to adapt to this rising cost environment.
While NAHB continues to work on long-term policy solutions to improve the supply chain, builders can take action now to help manage the impact on their business operations.
The webinars are free for NAHB members, and replays will be available for all registrants.
The State of the Residential Construction Supply Chain
Tuesday, June 8, 2–3:15 p.m. ET
Top housing expert Ivy Zelman joins NAHB Chief Economist Robert Dietz for a leading-edge analysis of the state of the residential construction market, including material pricing and availability, and what these challenges mean for the near-term future of the industry. A panel of top supplier executives will then share their perspectives and when they expect relief; and NAHB Chief Lobbyist Jim Tobin will provide an update on the policy front and NAHB’s advocacy efforts.
Trim the Fat: Saving Materials, Dollars & Time When You Design & Build
Thursday, June 10, 10–11 a.m. ET
Learn how to avoid expensive losses and minimize material costs by building homes that are less wasteful and more functional for your clients.
Delivering the Dream Despite the Unexpected: Sales & Customer Experience in An Unprecedented Market
Tuesday, June 22, 2–3 p.m. ET
Learn best practices for setting proper expectations with buyers, planning for seamless transitions as they move through pre-construction and construction, consistent communication from your team, and more.
Using Your Contracts to Help Manage Supply Chain Issues
Thursday, June 24, 2–3 p.m. ET
Hear from construction attorneys and a builder about ways to better manage your contracts when faced with the supply chain issues as a result of COVID-19.
Dynamic Strategic Planning & Budgeting in Uncertain Times
Tuesday, June 29, 2–3 p.m. ET
Join Brad Simons, CFO of Magleby Construction, as he shares the framework for creating flexible, adaptable, “dynamic” budgets and strategic plans that will improve your company’s ability to weather the storms and take advantage when others are caught in the throes of the uncertainty.
Learn more and register at nahb.org/supplychain.