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  • Tue, January 31, 2017 4:11 PM | Mary Speed Lynch (Administrator)

     

     

     

     

     

    2017 HBA January Newsletter 

  • Sun, January 29, 2017 1:15 PM | Mary Speed Lynch (Administrator)

    The following schedule is current as of January 29.  If you are planning on attending one of these events, please follow up to make sure the date has not changed. 

     

    JANUARY

    Monday, January 9 - Thursday, January 12

    2017 NAHB International Builders Show

    HBASC Hospitality Suite, January 10-11

    NAHB Board Meeting, January 10-12

    Orlando, FL

    Thursday, January 19 – Friday, January 20

    HBASC Legislative Duck Hunt

    FEBRUARY

    Wednesday, February 15

    Executive Committee – 1:00 p.m.

    HBASC

    MARCH

    Tuesday, March 28

    Bird Supper

    Board of Directors – 4:00 p.m.

    Seawells, Columbia

    May

     

    Wednesday, May 10

    Executive Committee – 1:00 p.m.

    HBASC

    Wednesday, May 17

    District 3 Meeting

    Anderson – noon

    Thursday, May 18

    District 5 Meeting

    Florence – 10:30 a.m.

    June

    Monday, June 13 – Thursday, June 17

    2017 Mid-Year Board of Directors Meeting

    Marriott Wardman Park Hotel

    Washington, DC

    July

    Wednesday, July 19

    Executive Committee – 1:00 p.m.

    HBASC

    August

    Wednesday - Saturday, August 2 -5

    NAHB Association Management Conference

    Denver, CO

    SEPTEMBER

    Wednesday, September 20

    Executive Committee – 1:00 p.m.

    HBASC

    NOVEMBER

    Sunday - Tuesday,

    Southern Builders Network

    Thursday – November 16

    Legislative and Strategic Planning followed by an Oyster Roast

    1100 Key Rd, Columbia SC – next to Williams Brice Stadium – 4:00 p.m.

    DECEMBER

    Wednesday, December 6
    Executive Committee - 1:00 p.m.

    HBASC

                                                                                

    District Meetings – TBD

    HBASC Convention/Board Meeting  – TBD

    SBN - TBD

  • Mon, January 23, 2017 11:54 AM | Mary Speed Lynch (Administrator)

     In an official statement, NAHB Chairman Granger MacDonald said: “The nation’s home builders look forward to working with President Trump and bipartisan leaders of the 115th Congress to keep housing a national priority, to provide regulatory relief for the nation’s small business community and to advance policies that will expand homeownership and rental housing opportunities for all Americans.”

      Read the entire article below.

     

     

    http://nahbnow.com/2017/01/nahb-congratulates-donald-trump-on-becoming-the-nations-45th-president/?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Story3-0123&utm_campaign=MMB2017

  • Tue, December 06, 2016 9:40 PM | Mary Speed Lynch (Administrator)

    International Builder Show - All you need to know. Click below

     

     http://www.buildersshow.com/Home/

     

    HBA of SC has reserved condos at Vista Cay.

    www.yourvistacay.com

    Contact Lin Chapman@yourvistacay.com

    407-289-6080

  • Thu, December 01, 2016 3:08 PM | Mary Speed Lynch (Administrator)
  • Wed, September 14, 2016 7:04 PM | Mary Speed Lynch (Administrator)

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  • Thu, August 25, 2016 3:45 PM | Mary Speed Lynch (Administrator)

    In the latest version of the S.C. Builder Journal, you will find a "Letter from the President". This piece makes the case for HBA membership seem like a no brainer.  If non member building professionals would read this and let it sink in, they would RUN to their nearest HBA and join.  We are doing the heavy lifting and the advocacy for an entire industry.  Every building professional across the country is benefitting from the work of NAHB, state associations and local associations.     

     

    REPRINT OF "Letter From the President", South Carolina Builder Journal 

    As a contributing member of the construction industry you are all too aware that regulations come in many forms and are imposed by many levels of government. Your business will incur both direct and indirect costs. Those costs include; business license, permit, hook-up/tap, and impact fees and establish development and construction standards that either directly increase costs to builders and developers, or cause delays that translate to higher costs. New NAHB estimates based on the latest data show that, on average, regulations imposed by government at all levels account for almost 25 percent of the final price of a new single-family home built for sale. Three-fifths of this—14.6 percent of the final house price—is due to a higher price for a finished lot resulting from regulations imposed during the lot’s development. The other two-fifths—9.7 percent of the house price—is the result of costs incurred by the builder after purchasing the finished lot.  

    In many areas across our country these regulatory costs are much higher and consequently take a much larger slice of your profitability. Not one aspect of our industry is exempt from these costs and forecasts note the trend of even higher regulatory costs. While your HBA legislative team has a record of success beating the regulatory barriers and their additional costs back we are literally plugging holes with our fingers in a regulatory dike ready to break loose. Our efforts, to date, have saved the home building industry more than $400 million in 2016 alone. This equates to more than $15,000 in additional costs on every house built in S.C., but we, as an Association, must be ready to support a more robust regulatory affairs program to defend our industry.  Your membership in the HBA is instrumental in our defense, but we will need to explore new avenues to support our Association and our member’s profitability.  

    As the HBASC ramps down from a busy and productive legislative session we start to prepare for one of my favorite HBA events…the state convention. If you have never attended in the past please consider joining us this year. The convention will assist you in profitability as well. One of the many benefits of the convention is the intensive continuing education courses available for the membership, which I will cover in more detail below, but I truly look forward to the time to meet with my peers. Many of my professional successes started from this time to meet with friends across the state to share ideas and to meet new friends who will help me build on my success. If you are looking for new business partnerships and opportunities or looking for opportunities that will affect your bottom line in a positive way then you need to be registered at this year’s state convention. Just a sample of the classes being offered at convention (below) should start you on a path of a very profitable 2017. Please be sure to thank the sponsors of our convention. Without their support of the convention and our Association opportunities like these would not be made possible. I look forward to seeing each of you in Charleston.

    • Money Making Secrets

    Learn from a panel of Builders, Energy Raters, Building Officials, Forensic/Industry Consultants, Dealers and Manufacturers in the South Carolina Home Building Industry about "Simple & Inexpensive" ideas to help you:

    • Decrease Build Time
    • Reduce Costs
    • Reduce Waste
    • Improve Energy Efficiency
    • Build Better
    • Improve your Bottom Line

    Come hear the panel of industry veterans and experts share their Money Making Secrets with you.

    • Understanding the Impact of Use Changes for Treated Wood
    • From Vacant House to Showcase Home  
    • Digital Transformation of the Customer Experience  
    • The Steps to Low Impact Development in S.C. 

     

  • Mon, August 22, 2016 12:43 PM | Mary Speed Lynch (Administrator)

    Housing should be a priority for Americans.  Home ownership promotes stable communities and families!

     

     

     https://www.nahb.org/en/news-and-publications/press-releases/2016/07/new-poll-shows-housing-remains-a-priority-for-most-americans.aspx


 

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