National Association of Home Builders

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National Association of Home Builders

An organization for builders in the United States. It serves as a lobbying group for housing and other builders before the U.S. government and it conducts educational seminars for members. It was founded in 1942 and maintains its headquarters in Washington, D.C.
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Rehm currently serves as the New Hampshire state representative for NAHB.
USGBC and NAHB have always worked to increase awareness, education and better understanding of the benefits of higher-performing homes, said Kate Hurst, vice president, Community, Conferences and Events, USGBC.
Barrows has held positions on the Board of Directors of the NAHB University of Housing, the Executive Board of the New York State Builders Association Research and Education Foundation, the Board of Directors of the Long Island Builders Institute as is currently Chairman of the Long Island Green Homes Council.
We are honored that the NAHB has recognized 'NOGM 4 Atlanta' as a project that reflects the very best in advanced homebuilding and green design," says Michael Natbony, New World Home chief operating officer.
For more information on the partnership between IREM and NAHB, contact Karen Kazmierczak, Manager, Academic and Organization Outreach, at 800-837-0706, ext.
Looking ahead, NAHB Chief Economist David Seiders noted the housing market is poised for solid and sustained growth in the future.
NAHB encouraged its network of 850 state and local builder associations to hold special promotions, contests, and events for members who hold or are seeking professional designations.
ABOUT THE REMODELORS(TM)COUNCIL: The NAHB Remodelors(TM) Council is the department of the National Association of Home Builders that represents and serves the interests of its 10,000 remodeler members as well as other NAHB members involved in the remodeling industry.
org/ programs at the NAHB International Builders Show, and other conferences and symposia activities.
WASHINGTON -- Joe Robson, chairman of the National Association of Home Builders and the Robson Companies, and Tim Eller, chairman of NAHB's High Production Home Builders Council and of Centex Corporation, today issued the following joint statement in response to media inquiries regarding a meeting between the senior officers of NAHB and representatives of its High Production Home Builders Council.
Testifying before the Senate Banking Committee, NAHB president David Pressly said the "NFIP is not simply about flood insurance premiums and payouts, but is rather a comprehensive program that guides future development and mitigates against future loss.
com Registration: Registration cost is $350 for NAHB members, $400 for non-members.