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Watch as Executive Director Jess Lohse gives an update on SBCA events and activities.

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The summertime build season has arrived.

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On July 17, 2023, the Truss Plate Institute (TPI), the leading provider of truss engineering information for the construction industry, released the...

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Single-family production fell back after four straight monthly gains as elevated construction costs and rising mortgage rates led to a reduction in...

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The continuing factors of solid demand and low existing inventory pushed builder confidence up in July, even as the industry continues to grapple...

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The average time from authorization to completion also varies across divisions.

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On the latest episode of NAHB’s Housing Developments podcast, co-hosts CEO Jim Tobin and SVP Paul Lopez record from New York City where they’re...

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Construction documents (CDs) are one of the most critical elements of any building project but what exactly are CDs, who creates them, and why are...

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Watch as Executive Director Jess Lohse gives an update on SBCA events and activities.

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According to the latest Producer Price Index report, the price level of inputs to residential construction less energy (i.e., building materials)...

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The virtual standstill in new retail center construction will remain in place for at least another year.

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The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) today told Congress that burdensome government regulations and mandates which support...

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