The Building Industry Association (BIA) Baldy View Chapter is pleased to announce that Jack Simes, Acting Area Manager for the Bureau of Reclamation’s Southern California Area Office, is this year’s special guest speaker at the 12th annual San Bernardino County Water Conference. The event will take place Friday, August 10 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the DoubleTree Hotel in Ontario, CA.
As the busy spring selling season comes to a close, some Americans see their dream of homeownership under siege on three fronts.
With incomes falling woefully behind galloping rents and home prices, more and more Americans are “cost burdened” — that is, paying more than the recommended 30 percent of their earnings on housing.
How can residential developers provide desperately needed housing for Southern California if they can’t secure the water supply to support new growth?
We are pleased to announce additional CAHP funding is now available, effective April 2, 2018. Qualifying CAHP projects enrolled throughout our entire SoCalGas service area are once again eligible for full natural gas/electric incentives.
The BIA Baldy View Chapter (BIA BV) mourns the passing of Hesperia Mayor, Russ Blewett. Mayor Blewett, who died at the age of 74 surrounded by his family early Wednesday morning,
The Victor Valley College Foundation will launch a Construction Career Readiness Program, expected ready by the summer, to provide nearly two dozen high school students with post-education options.
The High Desert is positioned to become a booming housing market, according to a local housing expert.
VICTORVILLE — The High Desert is a hotbed for potential growth in the housing industry — but poverty, rising building costs and government bureaucracy are some the roadblocks to recovery.
Carlos Rodriguez, Baldy View CEO, moderated the “Building the High Desert” panel featuring...