Homebuyers must look beyond the purchase price when making what may be the largest financial investment of their lifetime.
“Seems it never rains in southern California…”
Albert Hammond It Never Rains in California 1972
If you are a participant in the modern economy, you are part of the environmental movement. When the fifteen-year-old toaster browns it’s last piece of bread or that 20-year-old washing machine spins its last load, the American consumer replaces it with a new one.
The American home is for most Americans the biggest and best investment they will make in their lifetimes and one of the best, most environmentally-sound and cost-effective ways to enhance that investment is with landscaping.
BIA Baldy View is out in the community engaging with stakeholder groups and building strategic partnership to assist our Government Affairs program. President Phil Burum spoke at…
Many in our region have decided that this is the year that they will acquire their first home. This is likely the biggest and most important investment most Americans will ever make so, if you are among that proud and fortunate group, invest a bit of time to educate yourself about home ownership and homebuying.
BIA Baldy View fundraisers for local High School’s Building Industry Technology Academy (BITA) and host a construction site tour for students.
For homeowners looking to prepare their homes for sale as the spring and summer home shopping season begins, these final weeks of winter offer a terrific opportunity to get a head start on some often-overlooked details that will benefit the sale of the home considerably if addressed early-on in the process.
More than 50 percent of all homes in America are owned by someone aged 55 or older. With that deep of a buyer pool, homebuilders will continually innovate in order to attract the American ‘senior’ population.
Check out the 2018 BIA Baldy View Chapter Annual Report to see overviews of the chapter’s events, accomplishments, and our new 2019 Board of Directors.
With Spring on the horizon, these mid-winter months provide a great opportunity for homeowners to take steps to protect their homes from pests while paving the way for spring cleaning and landscaping in the coming months.
For homebuyers looking to attain the American Dream of homeownership or homeowners looking to refinance their homes for a more desirable mortgage rate and/or additional cash, 2019 is shaping up to be an excellent year to be a homeowner.
What will new homes look like in 2019 and how are decisions regarding design and features made? Home design and construction has evolved dramatically from the time California began establishing itself as an economic power center pre-World War II to what we have become today as one of the largest economies in the world and the most populated state in the country.
Happy New Year! If you are considering purchasing a home in 2019, here are some of the most important first steps you should consider.
With the new year with the horizon, Americans will be spending most of the next week coming up with New Year’s resolutions.
The tax benefits afforded by homeownership are among the most important advantages homeowners enjoy.
On Thursday, December 7th, over 350 guests were in attendance at the Sheraton Fairplex Conference Center in Pomona for our Annual Holiday Charity Gala to benefit HomeAid Inland Empire.
Our hearts remain heavy for those affected by the devastating wildfires throughout our state last month - the results of which have Californians perplexed on whether or not we should be rooting for heavy rains this winter.
Because the home is for most Americans the biggest and best investment they will ever make, home buyers must be familiar with every step of the buying and lending process to navigate a successful home purchase – especially at the closing.
Watch NAHB CEO Jerry Howard discuss housing affordability on FOX Business, including the impact of the construction labor shortage, tariffs, regulations and other factors on home prices.