Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Ready for a cool down? Check out some of the cool webinars for August

Summer's winding down, but NAHB's Webinar Wednesdays is revving up its schedule for August with webinar topics like land-planning and appraising for green homes and recent updates on the evolving 50+ market.
  • High-Performance Appraisals: Steps for Success
    Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2:00-3:00 PM ET
    Presented by NAHBGreen 

    In this webinar, you will get a better understanding of the appraisal process and the tools that are needed to receive an appraisal that appropriately reflects the added value provided by a high-performance home.

    Register for this webinar.

  • Achieving Green Development Objectives Through Site Planning and the NGBS 
    Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2:00-3:00 PM ET
    Presented by NAHB Land Development Committee and NAHBGreen

    Land-planning professionals will walk through how to evaluate green and sustainable opportunities on a development site that can help achieve your project's best potential and even earn points under the ICC 700 National Green Building Standard (NGBS). Get practical, cost-effective ideas to enhance your project, gain an understanding of land-planning alternatives that add to development potential, and learn how to create competitive but sustainable green development options that can work in your market.

    Register for this webinar.

  • Boomers in Your Backyard
    Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2:00-3:00 PM ET
    Presented by NAHB 50+ Council

    Discover the demographic trends that are forming a very large group of mature-market buyers and renters in both the general housing market and in the active-adult sector. In this webinar, participants will learn what's important for active adult communities in terms of location, zoning, and amenities. Participants will also learn what's different in marketing to this group of buyers, and what is available specifically to such buyers in the way of financial help.

    Register for this webinar.
Learn more about NAHB's Webinar Wednesdays at nahb.org/webinars.

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