With summer fading and a short break before the holiday season consumes us, autumn provides a great time to focus some attention on...
California’s chronic housing shortage was a main topic of conversation Thursday at a luncheon sponsored by the Baldy View chapter of the Building Industry Association of Southern California.
On Thursday, September 7th, the BIA Baldy View Chapter hosted its 2nd Annual Education Summit in at Chaffey College-Chino Community Center.
With Labor Day behind us and the days growing shorter and cooler, autumn provides homeowners with a terrific opportunity to conserve energy...
Building Industry Technology Academy (BITA) had arrived in San Bernardino County. BITA is a four-year high school construction trades training program promoted by the California Homebuilding Foundation at no cost to California school districts offering the program.
People of all ages, colors and socioeconomic backgrounds are suffering from the low supply of new housing, which is leading to increased poverty and homelessness throughout California.
One of the biggest advantages to living in Southern California for homeowners and home sellers is...
If you are shopping for a new home or new appliances for an existing home, you have doubtless noticed that the biggest theme in homebuilding over the past decades has been...
Purchasing one’s first home can be one of the most exhilarating experiences in a homeowner’s lifetime.
On August 11, 2017, government officials, premier water experts, business leaders and community stakeholders attended...
150 attendees enjoyed our 17 delicious food, beer and wine vendors, raffle prizes and networking.
The popular myth goes that early filmmakers first set up shop in Southern California to evade paying the Motion Picture Patents Company for infringing on Thomas Edison’s invention.
Do you remember “skinny tie” bands? Animal House? Heavyweight boxing champion Leon Spinks?
For most Americans, their first move starts out as a simple case of mobilizing a bunch of friends and rewarding the volunteers with pizza.
The City of Fontana beings an administrative practice that will resulting in a savings of $5,000 per home when moving from 1” to 3/4" water meter.
The 2017 BIA Backyard BBQ was a huge success. Thank you to everyone who attended and to our generous sponsors. Check out the recap page and video.
“My dad was my hero and I strive to be half as good a man, father and servant as he was,” David Cogdill Jr. said in the statement.
With the Fourth of July behind us, the summer home-buying season is in full swing.
In a move that will raise housing costs and price countless American households out of the housing market, the Commerce Department on June 26 imposed a preliminary 6.87% anti-dumping duty on Canadian lumber imports on top of the 19.88% countervailing duties announced in April.
Back in the pre-internet days, credit scores were equal parts mystery and danger.