A lunch meeting has been scheduled for next Tuesday, April 24, at noon at Giancarlo’s Restaurant to discuss the Horizons Tour of Homes and Raise the Roof. Horizons Committee members, Horizons Builders, Horizons Official Sponsors, Raise the Roof Donors, and any member interested in learning more about sponsoring the home show or participating in Raise […]
Registration is now open for this year’s golf outing on June 6 at Glen Oak Golf Course. The golf outing is one of the most anticipated BNBA events of the year. So be sure to sign up and join your fellow members and guests for a relaxing and fun day of golf at Glen Oaks. […]
Check out the March 23 BNBA Forum Newsletter for news and information for the WNY home building industry. Click here.
In a victory for NAHB remodelers, the IRS today issued a letter clarifying changes to home equity loans and lines of credit to confirm that households may take a tax deduction when these loans are used for home improvements. Click here for the full article.
On March 15 the Codes Committee will be meeting for a presentation on various products that make it easier to comply with the new building codes. Product manufacturers will be on hand to talk about Egress Window Wells, Egress Windows, Window Operating Control Devices, Hunter Xci Continuous Insulation, Dupont Tyvek Window/Door Flashing, Floor/Ceiling Framing Components. […]
On March 13, the BNBA will be holding its first ever “Meet the Builder” event at Giancarlo’s Restaurant. This is a great opportunity for associate and institutional members to eat, drink and meet with builder members. We are expecting a full house with close to 100 attendees including the following builders: Alliance Homes Bielmeier Builders […]
A year has passed since adoption of the 2015 I.C.C. here in New York State. While many home builders and trade partners have handled the change with ease, much still needs to be learned. The BNBA Codes Group will hold a special two hour presentation featuring Joseph Hill, RA, Assistant Director for Code Administration, Division […]
As our nation’s housing and job markets continue to recover, many first-time home buyers are gearing up to become home owners. Yet, with stricter regulations put in place after the housing crash and the long list of paperwork that’s already required to buy a home, many prospective home buyers remain concerned about the home financing […]
There’s been a lot of talk in the news lately about Millennials delaying marriage, kids and homeownership. So it would be easy to think that perhaps the traditional American dream of owning home is slowly dying. In fact, the opposite is true: Research shows that homeownership remains a goal for the vast majority of American […]