2012 Mechanical Code Updates Training Flyer – Kootenai County Fillable Date: November 18, 2014 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Location: Kootenai County Administrative Bldg Room 1A/1B 451 Government Way Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Instructors: Jerry Peterson and David Freelove This four-hour session will provide architects, designers, builders, contractors, inspectors and installers with resources and […]
Real Estate Trends 2015 in the Inland Northwest – ULI Idaho ULI Idaho and ULI Northwest presents its premier event of the year in the Inland Northwest featuring insights from leading experts both nationally and locally. The event will feature a presentation on the Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2015 report—a publication from PwC and […]
The chance to get involved in every aspect of the North Idaho Building Contractors Association is one of the most overlooked benefits of membership. But it can be one of the most valuable. Here are just a few of the ways to get involved: Serve on one of NIBCA’s committees and contribute to a program’s […]
As a member of the North Idaho Building Contractors Association , you’re automatically a member of the Idaho Building Contractors Association (IBCA), one of the most powerful trade associations in the state. With a strong voice for the home building industry statewide, IBCA promotes home ownership and fights legislation that would result in cost increases […]
A growing economy, rising household formations, low mortgage rates and pent-up demand will help single-family housing production to rev up in 2015 while a growth in renters will keep the multifamily market at cruising altitude or higher, according to economists who participated in yesterday’s National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) 2014 Fall Construction Forecast Webinar.
When the home building market was struggling, most chose to take advantage of as many lead opportunities as possible. Now, as the market rebounds, record numbers of new leads are coming through the pipeline. So, in an upswing market, how do you find time to deal with the onslaught of new leads?
Recent U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) actions indicate that contractors who are operating without proper certification or training to remove lead-based paint will be held accountable for being non-compliant.
Did you know that NAHB saved the typical builder member $6,200 on every new home they started last year and that NAHB policy victories have contributed to real savings for members in 2014? You can learn more about the value of your membership at valueofnahb.org.