HUD Announces Funds for Thriving Communities Program
The Department of Housing and Urban Development has announced that $5 million in funds are available to participate in its Thriving Communities program, which is focused on providing affordable housing and other community development activities to underserved communities.
Use Social Media to Take Your Business to the Next Level
NAHB Education is offering two opportunities for residential construction professionals to expand their knowledge of social media and learn to use it as a powerful medium to grow their businesses.
Portland Program Trains Future Builders and Supports Community Shelters
The Home Builders Foundation-HomeAid Portland leveraged funds from the National Housing Endowment's Career Connections Grant to complete a project that inspired future builders and helped Portland's homeless population.
Fed Economist Bullish on Single-Family Upturn
A new report from a senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City indicates a long-term expansion for single-family construction is coming once the housing industry emerges from its current downturn.
Gas vs. Electric: Comparing Heating and Cooling Systems of New Homes
New information from the Census Bureau's Survey of Construction shows that 97% of new single-family homes started in 2021 had a central air conditioning (AC) system, up from 95.4% reported in 2020.
Next NAHB Inflation Reduction Act Webinar on Oct. 20
NAHB has scheduled a webinar on Thursday, Oct. 20, at 2 p.m. ET, to provide additional guidance on the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA). This webinar will focus specifically on the energy tax incentives included in the IRA.
How to Help Hurricane Ian Relief and Recovery Efforts
NAHB has resources for members impacted by the devastating storm and information on how to support those individuals with the highest needs.
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