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Jobsite Safety and Recordkeeping Guidance for Coronavirus

NAHB is a leading member of the Construction Industry Safety Coalition (CISC), which has provided a detailed plan to outline the steps that every employer and employee can take to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19. The plan describes how to prevent worker exposure to coronavirus, protective measures to be taken on the jobsite,…

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Construction is an Essential Business

Governor Polis has issued a statewide stay-at-home order that is in effect from 6:00 am Thursday, March 26, 2020 and will last until April 11, 2020. Construction remains on the “critical business list” which means that construction work is exempt from this new order. It is more important now than ever that the construction industry…

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HBA Response to Medical Supplies Urgent Need

March 19, 2020   Dear Valued Members:   We are all impacted by COVID-19, and we are doing everything we can to continue advocating for the homebuilding industry during these unprecedented times. Due to the intense need for hospital supplies, most especially respirators, the home building industry, as well as the construction industry at-large, has…

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COVID-19 Business Resources for Members

The HBA of Metro Denver is monitoring the status of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Below is a list of resources HBA members may find helpful in planning and responding to the virus. Overview and Monitoring CDC | Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Situation Summary Updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tracking the situation in…

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Important Message to HBA of Metro Denver Members

Dear HBA Members, We are all aware of COVID-19 and its impact on our workplaces, schools and other social activities. Like many organizations, the HBA of Metro Denver wants to ensure the health and safety of our membership and their families and employees. Following recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control to limit the “social…

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Don’t forget Friday’s Deadline for Q4 CAHB Member Rebates

CAHB Member Rebates Free Member Benefit to Builder & Remodeler Members of the Colorado Association of Home Builders There are currently over 50 of the country’s leading Manufacturer Brands participating in the Member Rebate Program offering the same rebates as the “Top-5 Builders” receive regardless of your volume.  Visit www.CAHBrebates.com for program highlights and participating…

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Denver: Training Sessions for 2019 Energy Code

In December 2019, Denver adopted a new energy code, which becomes effective April 26, 2020. Come learn more about the new International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) requirements. Questions about these presentations? Contact 720-865-2905.

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YLC Members build a ramp for HBF recipient

YLC – Making a difference for their members, community

Three years ago, a group of ambitious young professionals were planning the HBA of Metro Denver’s Young Leaders Council’s very first board meeting. So much has changed since that time, but the goals are the same: to provide an environment where young professionals in the home building industry can develop leadership skills, build relationships, and…

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US New Home Sales 9-year graph

New Home Sales End 2019 with 10% Gain

New home sales were effectively flat in December, after downward revisions for prior months. However, the sales pace for newly-built single-family homes ended 2019 with a gain of 10%, increasing to a total of 681,000. This marks 2019 as the best year for new home sales since the Great Recession. Contracts for new, single-family home…

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NAHB 2020 “Priced Out” Estimates

NAHB recently released its 2020 priced out estimates. The new estimates show that, if the median new home price goes up by $1,000, 158,857 households would be priced out of the housing market nationwide. In other words, based on their incomes, 158,857 households would be able to qualify for a mortgage to purchase the home before the…

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