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Video: Home Builder Shares His New Business Strategies with NAHB Chairman
In this month’s Chairman’s Update, NAHB Chairman Dean Mon talks with custom home builder Stephen Carson of CarsonSpeer Builders in South Carolina. Carson has leveraged online business practices to not only survive, but thrive during the coronavirus pandemic.
BUILD-PAC Leader Shares Recruitment Strategies
2019 Capitol Club Chairman Jules Guidry's recruitment strategies for BUILD-PAC include strategic planning and underscoring the value of NAHB.
Going Virtual: How Members are Connecting from Behind a Screen
As more business is conducted online, HBAs are getting creative with how they engage with members. From Zoom meetings to virtual happy hours and coffee chats, online gatherings are a powerful channel to keep communications flowing within HBA communities.
Senate Approves House-Passed PPP Bill
By unanimous consent, the Senate on June 3 approved legislation passed by the House last week that will liberalize rules under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) to give business owners more time to have the loans forgiven by the U.S. government. President Trump is expected to sign the legislation into law shortly.
IBS 2021 Show Home Boasts Spaciousness in an Urban Setting
Built within the densely populated Winter Park community of Orlando, The New American Home® 2021 will showcase many of the amenities today’s home buyers are seeking – most notably, a prime location.
The Future of Multifamily Design
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced residents to look at a number of their everyday experiences — including the way they live. In multifamily developments, the areas of real changes will occur based on two components: health and safety protocols, and consumer demands.
Resources to Promote National Homeownership Month in June
National Homeownership Month in June is an opportunity to remind consumers about the evolving role of the home and its importance in our lives.
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