October 9th, 2014 – Chief Economist of the NAHB, Dr. David Crowe, presents an economic forecast at the kick-off event for the Mid-Atlantic 50+ Housing Council.
The event took place at Athertyn Clubhouse in Haverford, PA and was a collaboration of the Home Builder’s Association of Delaware, Building Industry Association of Philadelphia, Builder’s League of South Jersey, Home Builder’s Association of Bucks/Montgomery Counties, Building Industry Association of Lancaster County, and the Home Builder’s Association of Chester and Delaware Counties.
Dr. David Crowe provided feedback on the state of the current 55+ housing market as well as predictions for how he believed the market would grow in the coming years. Afterwards, Dr. Crowe and a group of expert panelists answered questions from the audience and provided tips for succeeding within the industry.
To learn more about the Mid-Atlantic 50+ Housing Council, including how to join, visit them online at www.midatlantic50hc.org
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October 2nd, 2014 — members and associates of the Home Builder’s Association of Delaware (HBA/DE) gathered with friends, family, and colleagues at Odessa National Golf Club for the 2014 HBA/DE Crab Feast & Golf Tournament.
32 foursomes took part in a shotgun start, competing in closest to the pin, longest drive and straightest drive competitions.
After clearing the green, the clubs were sheathed and all the competitors gathered together to enjoy crabs, cigars, and cocktails. Kevin Kelly spoke on the importance of comradery in order to succeed as an industry. Steve Bomberger also provided commentary on the success of BuildPac as a result of everyone’s contributions. All in all, attendance totaled at 176 people.
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Wednesday, June 25th, 2014 — Governor Markell, members of the General Assembly, the Home Builders Association of Delaware (HBADE), and the Delaware Association of REALTORS® (DAR) held an event in celebration of National Homeownership Month. The event took place at Legislative Mall, in front of Legislative Hall, in Dover, Delaware. Representatives from both Democratic and Republican parties came together in support of homeownership.
The National Association of Home Builder’s (NAHB) recognizes June as National Homeownership Month. During this time NAHB welcomes Americans to reflect on how homeownership has enhanced their lives. In recognition of this, Governor Markell presented HBADE & DAR with a Proclamation declaring that, in Delaware, the month of June will be National Homeownership Month, urging all Delawareans to join in national and local efforts to recognize the importance of homeownership.
Homeownership has long been the foundation of the American dream. For many Americans, homeownership is a primary source of net worth and an important step in accumulating personal financial assets over the long term. However, a home cannot be valued in monetary terms alone. Not only can homeownership be a stepping stone to greater financial well-being, it provides a permanent residence for cultivating your family’s dreams.
Thanks for all for attending, and special thanks to speakers: Governor Jack Markell, Director of Housing Anas Ben Addi, Representative Valerie Longhurst, Senator Greg Lavelle, Representative Deborah Hudson, Representative Michael Ramone, and Representative Ruth Briggs King.
Also we thank our members for speaking to the audience: NAHB Chairman Kevin Kelly, HBADE President Kevin Whittaker, and DAR President Rob Harmon.
Last Tuesday members and associates of the Home Builder’s Association of Delaware competed with friends, family, and colleagues in the 2014 Spring Golf Tournament.
This year the event took place at Bear Trap Dunes in Ocean View, Delaware. Golfers formed foursomes and took off to challenge the Grizzly and Kodiak courses, totaling 18 holes.
In addition to competing for 1st place, other endeavors were scattered throughout the courses. Golfers competed against closest to the pin and longest drive challenges.
Rain came, yet golfer’s spirits remained unhindered as they fought on.
Ultimately, it was the competitors that made this event so successful.
Congratulations to all the winners:
And special thanks to all of the sponsors who helped to make this event possible:
Leon N. Weiner & Associates
J.F. Sobieski Mechanical Contractors, Inc.
Saul Ewing LLP
Horty & Horty
ABC Supply Company Inc.
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