Andrés Duany on New Urbanism’s Legacy and Affordable Housing

As a leading advocate for smart growth, Miami-based architect and urban planner Andrés Duany's vision for housing development and affordability is both bold and practical


Have a Hearth, Just Make Sure It’s EPA Certified

For today's homebuyer interested in a fireplace for their new house, there's a wide selection of product options from which to choose, and the range of fuel sources and design styles is sure to satisfy any specific requirements


OSHA Construction Safety Inspections Fall 84% During Pandemic  

OSHA’s in-person checks of construction sites have plunged by 84 percent during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Coronavirus Resources and Information

OSHA Says Most Employers Don’t Have to Track Worker COVID-19 Infections

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has clarified employers’ responsibility to track workplace COVID-19 virus infections.

A Problem in Common: Balancing Regulations With Environmental Stewardship

When it comes to finding the balance between fees and regulations and addressing issues of environmental stewardship and housing affordability, we should keep in mind that we all caused this problem, so we all should share in the costs and solutions to fix it

Mud Puddles No Longer Deemed Protected Waters

NAHB Policy Briefing: Decades of uncertainty over federal jurisdiction of U.S. waterways is resolved


California Backtracks on Solar Mandate for New Homes

California regulators approved a proposal to allow builders to construct homes without solar panels if they buy power from community shared solar i

Jobsite Safety

Cell Phones Present Safety Hazard at Jobsites

Workers who use personal mobile phones on jobsites present safety risks that contractors need to address.


New York City Eliminates Broker Fees for Renters in Surprise Ban 

If you’ve ever tried to rent in New York City, you know how much of a headache it can be.

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

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