Asheville HBA Members take on 2018 International Builders Show

NAHB’s International Builders Show kicked off the year on a high note with over 85,000 attendees and 2,200 companies displaying the latest building products and technologies expanding over one million square feet of exhibit space topped off with a selection … Continued

Tax Reform and the Housing Industry: Join the Conversation on September 18th

Please participate in an online discussion with your NAHB Leadership on what tax reform means to our industry. Bring your questions and concerns: NAHB will cover business taxes, including the deduction for business interest, homeownership incentives such as the mortgage … Continued

By the Numbers: July Housing & Economic Report

In Asheville, NC, total permits year‐to‐date are down by 10.0% to 914. Single‐family permits are up by 13.0% to 748 but multifamily permits are down by 53.1% to 166. Meanwhile, the unemployment rate in Asheville is currently 3.7%, 0.3 percentage point below … Continued

AHBA Members Take Action at NAHB’s Legislative Conference

Last week’s Legislative Conference held in Washington DC on June 17 was a success for the home building industry and a powerful voice our three-tiered federation holds comprised of our local, state and national members. Over 800 members from coast … Continued

Economic Impact Study Shows Home Building Pays Its Way in Asheville

On April 20, the Asheville Home Builders Association (AHBA) hosted a special Housing & Economic Outlook event for its members, local businesses and community leaders. Keynote Speaker, NAHB’s Chief Economist Robert Dietz, Ph.D. provided valuable insight on the forecast for … Continued

Sean Sullivan Named Finalist for Young Professionals Award

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Fifteen finalists have made the slate for the NAHB Young Professionals Award, designed to acknowledge each winner’s hard work and successes, performance and dedication, and outstanding potential as they begin to serve as leaders in the home building industry. The … Continued