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Metro Housing Coalition Endorses Pro-Housing Candidates in November Election

With the upcoming election in November right around the corner, the Metro Housing Coalition has been hard at work assessing the political landscape, interviewing candidates and finalizing endorsements and contributions in races to help support our industry. While 2022 is generally considered an off year, with a smaller number of municipalities holding elections than in…

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Don’t ban natural gas from Colorado homes

Ted Leighty is CEO of the Colorado Association of Home Builders, and Home Builders Association of Metro Denver Coloradans need a smart, balanced and cost-effective approach toward reducing the state’s carbon footprint. That includes giving high priority to consumers’ interests in any strategy moving forward. It also means avoiding untested, risky and costly policies while…

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2022 HAP Award Voting Now Open!

The HBA of Metro Denver is once again proud to present the HAP (Homebuilders and Associates in Partnership) Awards at the 2022 Annual Membership Meeting on October 20, 2022. These awards were designed to encourage and honor the values of trust, communication, loyalty and ethics shown by HBA builder members through their business dealings with HBA associate…

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The HBA Advocate Newsletter | September 6, 2022

September 6, 2022 HBA of Metro Denver Inaugural Clay Shooting Event Hits Fundraising Target On August 25, more than 70 members of the Home Builders Association of Metro Denver participated in our first sporting clay tournament to raise funds for our new Strategic Issues Fund. The event took place at Colorado Clays in Brighton, with each…

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The Impact of New Energy Codes on Colorado’s Fraught Housing Market Part 2

Following Part 1 of this series, we re-join Host and Chairman Earl Wright, CEO of the Colorado Association of Homebuilders and CEO of the HBA of Metro Denver, Ted Leighty, Founder of Confluence Companies Tim Walsh, and CSI 2022 Mike A. Leprino Fellow and report author Evelyn Lim. They continue their conversation about the state of the Colorado housing market, the goals of…

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HBA of Metro Denver CEO Report | August 30, 2022

August 30, 2022 Dear HBA Members, The end of summer is always a busy of time for the HBA, and this August is no exception, with great work being done on the Marshall Fire Task Force, Parade of Homes and Metro Housing Coalition. Tonight, the Marshall Fire Task Force will host the first of 17…

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The Impact of New Energy Codes on Colorado’s Fraught Housing Market Part 1

The Impact of New Energy Codes on Colorado’s Fraught Housing Market: Parts 1 & 2 The issue of housing is one we tackle repeatedly on Common Sense Digest because it touches every single Coloradan in some way and impacts the overall economic health and well-being of the state. Building off our recent report The Uncertain Future…

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Planes, Cranes & Automobiles BUILD PAC FUNDRAISING EVENT

Planes, Cranes & and Automobiles – Let’s Keep Our Industry Moving Forward SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH AT 3:30 PM JONES HANGAR | 45855 KITTY HAWK CIRCLE, PARKER, CO 80138 Please join us for an exciting evening celebrating our resilient industry featuring Whiskey and Bourbon  Tastings, Car and Truck Show, Silent Auction and more fun surprises!

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The State of new Builds in Colorado for Builders, Lenders, and Buyers

By: Andrew de Naray Whether it’s the desire for a home that’s a blank canvas in a prime location, or modern living with the latest technology and features, people will always want to build new homes. While the housing market appears to be undergoing a shift and there’s been a recent uptick in inventory, homebuyers…

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Contact Your Senator Today 

The Inflation Reduction Act does nothing to Reduce Inflation on Housing! Take action today!   Contact your Senator and seek removal of provisions in the reconciliation legislation pressuring state and local governments to adopt unwarranted building and energy codes. Requiring adoption of these ICC or ASHRAE codes will drive up housing costs negatively impacting housing affordability. Read More

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