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NAHB Executives Call Future Bright

Read Full Article: More new homes needed to meet Jacksonville growth demand. by: Andrew Warfield Staff Writer Top national homebuilding leaders contend the political and financial climate suggests continued economic recovery through 2019. That looks even brighter for Jacksonville. Robert Dietz, chief economist of the National Association of Home Builders, said the Jacksonville region is …

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Permits Rise in January 2018

Read Full Article: Permits Rise in January 2018 BY DANUSHKA NANAYAKKARA-SKILLINGTON on MARCH 19, 2018 Over the first month of 2018, the total number of single-family permits issued nationwide reached 61,767. On a year-over-year basis, this is a 15.1% increase over the January 2017 level of 53,648. The results from the SOC are similar, single-family …

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NEFBA accepts applications for apprentice programs

Read Full Article: JACKSONVILLE – The Northeast Florida Builders Association Apprenticeship Program is accepting applications for its electrical, plumbing and heating and air-conditioning apprentice training programs March 15 through June 15. Applications for carpentry training are accepted year around. NEFBA’s program has offered quality construction career training for 45 years to meet the needs of …

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Commission intent on keeping impact fees low for commercial development

Read Full Article: St. Johns County commissioners seem willing to bet commercial development will pay for itself, in the long run. The board opted to continue the final hearing to adopt any changes to the county’s impact fee schedule to April 3, due to a couple shifts in direction outlined during Tuesday’s meeting, but restated …

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