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The Greater Birmingham Association of Home Builders strives to protect the American Dream in Central Alabama for housing opportunities for all, while working to promote professional success for its members who build, remodel, and maintain communities, create jobs and improve our local economy.

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Talk of Alabama | Greater Bham Assoc. of Homebuilders 2023

by Crystal Gray | ABC33/40 | February 23rd 2023

Builders, at times, get painted in a bad light, but we are good guys. The Greater Birmingham Association of Homebuilder's helps fight for the American Dream and make sure you have a choice in building your dream home.

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Alabama Builder Elected Chairman of NAHB

By Elizabeth Thompson, National Association of Home Builders Feb 2, 2024

The Home Builders Association of Alabama is proud to announce the installation of Alicia Huey of Birmingham as the 2023 Chairman for the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)!

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Huey named chairman of the National Association of Home Builders - Birmingham Business Journal

Housing Starts Fall on Interest Rate, Financing Concerns

Apr 16th 2024 : Housing starts fell in March with interest rates somewhat higher than expected last month as the latest inflation readings failed to show improvement Builders are also still facing higher supply-side costs and tighter lending conditions Overall housing starts decreased in March to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of million units according to a ...
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Green Building: Top Practices

Apr 16th 2024 : An earlier post based on the report The Building Sustainably Green Resilient Single- Family Homes SmartMarket Brief focused on the prevalence of green home building This post will examine commonly used practices in green building This is the second part of a four-part series that will be published about the report Top Green ...
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Builder Sentiment Unchanged in April

Apr 15th 2024 : Builder sentiment was flat in April as mortgage rates remained close to over the past month and the latest inflation data failed to show improvement during the first quarter of Builder confidence in the market for newly built single-family homes was in April unchanged from March according to the National Association of ...
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Single-Family Permits Performing Well in February 2024

Apr 12th 2024 : Over the first two months of the total number of single-family permits issued year-to-date YTD nationwide reached On a year-over-year YoY basis this is an increase of over the February level of Year-to-date ending in February single-family permits were up in all four regions The range of permit increase spanned ...
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Building Material Prices Continue to Rise in March

Apr 11th 2024 : Inputs to residential construction goods less food and energy increased for the fifth straight month according to the most recent Producer Price Index PPI report published by the U S Bureau of Labor Statistics The index for inputs to residential construction goods less food and energy represents building materials used in residential construction The non-seasonally adjusted ...
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Remodeling Market Sentiment Remains in Positive Territory in First Quarter

Apr 11th 2024 : The NAHB Westlake Royal Remodeling Market Index RMI for the first quarter of posted a reading of down one point compared to the previous quarter Demand for remodeling remains solid and an RMI of is consistent with NAHB s forecast for remodeling spending in Nevertheless construction costs are still an issue in some ...
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