State & National Updates Archives for 2016-08
Proposed rule would require FEMA-funded construction to be two to three feet higher but leaves flood insurance policies alone.
Contact your federal lawmakers and urge them to keep the House language on energy codes in the final bill.
NAHB continues to work with both candidates to keep housing, small business at the forefront of the campaign.
Positive data is consistent with builders' reports that market conditions are improving.
Case study highlights the need to maintain a robust online presence.
Despite modest decline, developers are still reporting steady demand.
Builders seek clarity, submit comments on proposed agency rule.
Expedited Endangered Species Act listings could usurp private property rights.
New construction and sales are on the rise in most areas of the country
New household formations are upping the demand for rental housing.
Economists see construction sector moving forward.
Limit increases to $36.5 billion.
GOP candidate talks housing in address to NAHB Board of Directors.
Gene Sperling lays out Hillary Clinton's housing agenda to association leaders.
Political pundit believes a strong GOP voter turnout will be the difference maker.
NAHB Chairman Ed Brady shows members how they can help reduce excessive regulations.
Renovated showhome will consume less than half the energy of the original.
Media outreach to HBAs results in positive outcomes for builders.
Housing Opportunity Index remains fairly high.
NAHB sheds more light on the details of today's new homes.
U.S. Army Corps proposes to reissue and modify existing nationwide permits.
Nearly half of metros are fully recovered, many of which have exceeded their pre-recession strength.
Eastern Iowa partnership helps open more career opportunities for students.
Builders report steady demand, yet labor and lot shortages linger for many.
Size varies substantially by region.