Republican Tax Reform Plan Slams Middle Class
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Hurricanes Add to Housing Market Uncertainties
Solid Housing Growth From a Year Ago
More Builders Banking on Small Banks
Starts and Builder Confidence Fall
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Laurel Requires Residential Sprinklers
Planning Commission Gives Builders an Extension
Federal Fines Increase Dramatically August 1
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The Fatal Four
How Many Subcontractors Does it Take to Build the Average Home?
"September 2015 is Associate Appreciation Month"
As the spring turned to summer, the pace of home sales increased nationwide.
The rate of new single-family home sales, as estimated by the Census Bureau, improved to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 546,000 in May, the fastest pace in seven years and a 2.2% increase over April.
New mortgage lending rules that will take effect on Aug. 1will change the way builders do business.
Licensing Bill Signed by Governor
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are taking steps to make it easier to save for a new home.
So maybe the economy really is rebounding.
Single-Family Construction Is Up
"The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten." Ben Franklin
When Governor Phil Bryant signed the SB 2622 recently the legislation immediately became the new lien law for the Mississippi construction Industry. There are numerous changes to the lien law with different provisions for commercial and residential construction. Some of the key points on the lien law are as follows
GHHBA, a chapter of the National Association of Home Builders, serves licensed builders, associates of the construction industry, and consumers in Marion, Lamar, Forrest, Covington and Perry counties. Our association focuses on formal builder education (MSBOC licensure and CPB certification), informing builders of market news,and giving builders the tools to respond to prospective legislation through our state counterpart, HBAM.
Membership in GHHBA keeps builders accountable to consumers. GHHBA is the name consumers trust when they look for a contractor.