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As the nonprofit's executive director, Jack Nulty spent the past eight years providing builders with a way to help people in developing nations help themselves via microfinance
Q&A with the National Association of Home Builders' chief economist to answer some of the industry's burning questions about the housing market and economic forecast
Q+A with Brandon Patterson, who is rolling up his sleeves to address the lack of skilled trades in construction in his region