There are many reasons to consider a rewarding career in the home building industry, from a limitless career ladder to high job satisfaction. Each week in October, NCHBA will highlight a new reason.
The North Carolina Home Builders Association presented nearly 50 prestigious STARS awards at the annual STARS Awards Gala on Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at the Omni Charlotte Hotel. The STARS Awards program honors the achievements of home building industry professionals from across North Carolina.
Winners receive recognition in areas such as marketing and advertising, web design, sales/information center, landscape design, interior merchandising, architecture/floor plan, remodeling/renovation and special projects. Awards are also given to local home builders associations.
Hurricane Florence left a wide path of destruction throughout the entire state and especially in central and eastern North Carolina.
In light of this disaster, the Board of Directors of the North Carolina Home Builders Educational & Charitable Foundation, Inc. (NCHBECF) announced the establishment of the “Hurricane Florence Disaster Relief Fund” to aid members of the North Carolina Home Builders Association (NCHBA) in recovering from the devastating effects of Hurricane Florence.
You can donate online with a credit card or send a check addressed to:
Hurricane Florence Disaster Relief Fund
PO Box 99090
Raleigh, NC 27624
NCHBA senior officers and government affairs staff were in the audience Friday afternoon in Charlotte when President Trump signed an executive order called “Strengthening Retirement Security in America” that’s designed to expand access to workplace retirement savings plans for American workers.
The High Country HBA recently held a meeting with local building inspectors at Grandfather Vineyard & Winery in Banner Elk, NC.
The meeting provided a unique opportunity for builders and inspectors to share a dialogue and learn how to better work together.