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February 2020

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February 2020


The New American Home

Oasis in the Desert: The New American Home 2020 Luxe Kitchen and Bath

The kitchens and bathrooms of The New American Home 2020 provide form and function for indoor-outdoor, multigenerational living with luxe finishes and impeccable styling

Sales + Marketing Best Practices

Making Connections: 2020 Nationals Winners Offer Sales and Marketing Inspiration

Select winners of NAHB's 2020 National Sales and Marketing Awards, "The Nationals,” showcase the best in getting—and keeping—homebuyers engaged

Infill Housing

Design Solutions for Overlooked or Challenging Infill Housing Sites

This selection of infill designs ranges in scale from multistory luxury to a small-town duplex. Take a look

Customer Satisfaction

Home Builder as Concierge, Delivering Customer Service Excellence

Your ability to deliver a positive, personalized customer experience is a critical driver in sales

Net Zero

What Do Homebuyers Want? Builders Adopt a New Strategy

Homebuyer desires are ever-changing and transient. Getting back to some core principles can help builders refocus their business and attract buyers in the process

Project Management

7 Steps to Building Homes Faster

Seven ways (plus some extra tips) to cut cycle time in today’s labor-constrained market

Sales + Marketing Trends

National Homebuying Trends That Give Builders an Edge in Local Markets

Three recent national studies look at consumer homebuying trends. Pro Builder looks at the data to reveal opportunities for builders to create competitive distinction within their markets

Project Management

Cycle Time: the Gift That Keeps on Giving

Tightly managed cycle time is critical for achieving sustainable, predictable profits. Neglect it, and you’re playing a dangerous game with your business.

Jobsite Safety

Safe Scaffolding: Follow These Best Practices for Correct Setup

Protect workers and reduce liability by following these tips for scaffolding setup

Government + Policy

President Trump Signs Tax Extenders Into Law

NAHB Policy Briefing | Tax extenders are temporary provisions in the tax code that have expired and have to be cleared by Congress retroactively each year in order for filers to take them / Single-family home starts data

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