Oklahoma Home Builders Association names new officers

Posted on January 25, 2021 by Jorie Helms
The Oklahoma Home Builders Association has selected Jim Schuff, co-owner of Vesta Homes, as 2021 president. Other officers are Brandon Jackson, of Tara Custom Homes in Tulsa, vice president-treasurer; and Ron Nance, of The Oaks in Lawton, vice pr...
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Lumber Prices on the Rise – Again

Posted on December 14, 2020 by Jorie Helms
After drifting lower from mid-September to mid-November, lumber prices are on the rise again. Prices peaked at an all-time high of roughly $950 per thousand board feet in September before gradually moving down to around $550 per thousand board fee...
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Don’t Miss Registration Discounts and Exciting New Opportunities in IBSx Virtual Experience

Posted on December 8, 2020 by Jorie Helms
Registration is open for IBSx, the new International Builders’ Show® virtual experience from NAHB. The in-person event was transitioned to a virtual show due to health and safety concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. This online alternativ...
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3 Design Trends to ‘Fall’ in Love With

Posted on November 30, 2020 by Jorie Helms
Trends in design are inevitable. Some stay for a while, and others just last for a season or two. During the fall season, the trend toward design that elicits feelings of warmth and comfort is prevalent. And with the unwelcome addition of COVID-19 to our ...
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Suburban Housing: Increased Trend or Permanent Shift?

Posted on November 16, 2020 by Jorie Helms
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, certain patterns and trends have begun to emerge in the housing industry — in particular, higher demand for housing in lower-density areas. How much of these trends, though, are actually a change in demand or beha...
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Younger generations want to become homeowners – Here’s how the housing industry can help

Posted on November 3, 2020 by Jorie Helms
By Content Solutions Team Despite what many believe, Gen Z and Millennials do want to become homeowners and they’re excited by the prospect. However, they face different obstacles than their parents and grandparents did. These challenges include ...
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