January 25, 2011
The agency’s new hotline and website allow small-business owners, including builders, to register concerns about credit availability
January 22, 2011
It’s in the very early going, but all corners of the homebuilding and remodeling industries seem unlikely to escape completely unscathed
January 18, 2011
Maintaining affordability is the key factor for many NAHB members who design and construct their projects to meet the DOE’s Builders Challenge requirements
January 14, 2011
Removing blight from a foreclosed home may mean more than a thorough remodel. Sometimes, some sellers and buyers say, spiritual blessings or exorcisms are in order
January 11, 2011
As the EPA imposes new total-maximum-daily-load rules in the Chesapeake Bay watershed, NAHB’s concerns grow about the prospects for more-stringent permitting, offset rules, and reporting requirements
January 7, 2011
It’s too early to tell how the two government-sponsored enterprises will be transformed, but the outcome will likely have a significant impact on borrowers
In 94 OSHA started ramping up fall protection requirements for residential construction leaving most of us baffled how to comply. Now OSHA is reverting to an older, more relaxed standard.
January 4, 2011
Using the PMI Risk Index, SmartMoney.com highlights five locations that present the lowest risk of a price drop over the next two years
January 3, 2011
Even in the best of times, getting new business isn't easy. When buying newspaper ads or relying on word-of-mouth referrals isn't getting it done, what are some off-beat approaches to…
December 31, 2010
Commercial lending is showing signs of growth for the first time in two years, and steady, if incremental, growth is expected for 2011
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