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Call for Nominations - HBA Board of Directors Builder candidates
 
Each year the association’s nominating committee nominates twelve Builder members to serve on the Board of Directors. Pursuant to our Bylaws, the nominating committee is comprised of nine members with the most immediate Past President serving as chair of the committee. This committee also makes nominations for directors to the Colorado Association of Home Builders activities.

One of the committee’s responsibilities is to ask each member of the association to consider and recommend Builder members to serve on the HBA Board and the CAHB Board... Read more...


Your National Discounts and Local Member Savings: Current Offers

Special member discounts at Lowes and other national brands now available.  See all current Member Advantage offers at a glance 

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KB Home and Toll Brothers complete 2 recent HBF projects
The Home Builders Foundation (HBF) recently partnered with two HBA members to complete two home remodeling projects.

KB Home remodeled the home of Jace Garcia, an 9-year-old Castle Rock resident who was recently paralyzed in a tragic car accident.

Toll Brothers to remodel the home of Trey B., a 13-year-old Parker resident living with Becker’s Muscular Dystrophy, which causes progressive weakness of muscles. ... Read more...


#MyParadeInspiration Week One Drawing Winner
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Half of US Homes Built before 1980
 
The median age of owner-occupied homes is 37 years, according to the latest data from the 2016 American Community Survey. Compared to a median age of 31 years in 2005, the U.S. owner-occupied housing stock is aging gradually. This aging trend is primarily because of modest gains in residential construction over the past decade.

This aging housing stock signals a growing remodeling market, as old structures normally need to add new amenities, or repair/replace old components. Rising home prices also encourage home owners to spend more on home improvement. Moreover, the number of owner households has been rising since the third quarter of 2016. This indicates a strong rising demand for new construction over the long run, as current owner-occupied housing stock is older.... Read more...


New condo development hits the market in Denver's Hilltop neighborhood
A rendering of Monaco 155
A rendering of Monaco 155, 41 condo units in Denver's Hilltop neighborhood. They are expect to deliver at the end of 2018.
Presales for 41 condos at 155 S. Monaco Parkway has begun, per Peter Kudla and Metropolitan Homes.

Starting at $340,000, the condos are part of the Crestmoor Heights Development in Denver's Hilltop neighborhood.

The most recent part of that development was 25 townhomes, priced from $600,000 to $750,000, all of which have sold.

“There are many people who want to own a condominium in Denver, but prices in the newer developments are skyrocketing and not attainable for most,” said Peter Kudla, of Monaco One Fifty Five. “Our condominiums are more reasonably priced and provide a boutique-style of living in a great location, alongside one of the city’s most cherished parks."... Read more...


Final approach: Two decades in the making for Stapleton housing

A workman carries planks of wood for a house while working on new homes in the Beeler Park neighborhood of Stapleton on Wednesday. Photos by Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post
Homes will soon rise in Stapleton’s 12th and final neighborhood, marking the beginning of the end of a two-decade boom for single-family home construction in Denver.

Developer Forest City is about to release the first of 1,300 single-family lots just south of the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge on land that once hosted the northern runways of Stapleton International Airport.

A construction wave that started with Stapleton’s South End neighborhood in 2001 will bookend with the North End neighborhood. Once the last home on the last street is sold, probably some time in 2021, only commercial lots will be left.... Read more...


Is your Jobsite Ready for an OSHA Inpection?

 

Team up for Safety
The JobSite Safety Committee is comprised of an experienced team of professionals dedicated to promoting and developing safe working environments in the home building industry. JobSite Safety Committee members work collectively to facilitate the goal of accident and injury free job sites by providing EDUCATION, TRAINING, SAFETY CERTIFICATIONS, and PEER SUPPORT.

Committee members work to minimize construction job site hazards and risks. Among its efforts is HomeSafe® Colorado, a first-of-its-kind program that began as a partnership between the HBA of Metro Denver and OSHA.

The HomeSafe® program offers employers in the State of Colorado home building industry voluntary development and implementation of effective work-site safety and health programs, typically resulting in measurable reductions in work related injuries, ... Read more...


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