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NAHB Launches ‘Safety 365’ Campaign Filed in Home Building, Labor, Safety and Health by NAHB Now on January 19, 2018 •  To support building industry professionals in obtaining the information and resources they need to help keep residential construction workers safe, NAHB created a new member and public awareness campaign called Safety 365. The campaign […]

Capital One Spark Business Credit Card: NAHB’s Newest Member Benefit Filed in Membership by NAHB Now on January 25, 2018 •  NAHB and Capital One this month launched the Capital One Spark Business Credit Card for NAHB members, EOs and HBA staff. The Spark business card offers NAHB members unlimited 2% cash back on all […]

Several new home sales and marketing experts who hold the MIRM (Master In Residential Marketing) designation weigh in on what you need to know to be ready for 2018. Use Modern Tools, But it’s Still About Relationships Pros must make the purchasing experience seem unique and personal with a high level of service despite an […]

2018 Could Bring More of the Same: Tight Labor and Costly Materials Filed in Economics by NAHB Now on December 14, 2017 •  In the bi-weekly newsletter Eye on the Economy, NAHB Chief Economist Robert Dietz provided the following overview: After a mild 2016, economic growth gained momentum in 2017. New jobs continue to be produced […]

IHA Meeting Focuses on Housing Affordability Filed in Construction Industry, Global Housing by NAHB Now on December 15, 2017 •  Japanese minister Keiichi Ishii of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism welcomes IHA meeting attendees. Housing affordability continues to be a priority for housing experts not just in the United States, but worldwide, […]

Lumber Tariffs ‘Could Not Have Come at a Worse Time’ Filed in Codes and Regulations, Construction Industry by NAHB Now on November 2, 2017 • NAHB Chair Granger MacDonald today issued the following statement regarding the Commerce Department’s final decision to impose countervailing and anti-dumping duties on Canadian lumber imports: “Today’s move by the Commerce […]

Filed in Codes and Regulations, Home Building, Labor, Safety and Health by NAHB Now on October 12, 2017 • As NAHBNow has reported, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has decreased the permissible levels of exposure to crystalline silica for construction. NAHB has told policy makers from the start that this wide-reaching rule will […]

Filed in Construction Industry, Labor, Safety and Health, Student Chapters by NAHB Now on October 3, 2017 • 0 Comments October is Careers in Construction Month, an important time for all of us in the housing industry to increase public awareness about the great jobs available in residential construction and related trade professions. NAHB recently […]

Filed in Business Management, Economics, Environmental by NAHB Now on September 13, 2017 •  The short answer is, unfortunately, it’s too early to tell. According to NAHB economist David Logan, more time is needed to assess the storms’ short- and long-term impacts on both lumber supply and demand. “Other factors are also at play right now, which […]

Donate to Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts Filed in Leadership, NAHB Cares by NAHB Now on August 28, 2017 • 1 Comment Texans are fighting floodwaters rising to historic levels as Hurricane Harvey pounds the Lone Star State. While the reports of damage and devastation in Houston, Victoria, Rockport and other towns and cities continue to […]

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