Posts Tagged ‘ National Association of Realtors ’

The Forecast for 2023? A 50/50 Chance of Pane

Jan 5th, 2023

Forecasts are tough. Don’t you just love it when the weatherman calls for a 50% chance of rain? How can he be right? How can he be wrong? So, let’s talk about the forecast for the door and window industry. Overall, 2022 proved to be a very good year with most door and window fabricators […]

Associations Support Safe to Work Act

Aug 28th, 2020

Several industry associations have joined with a host of other groups across the country to support what is known as the Safe to Work Act. S. 4317, which was introduced on July 27 by Senator John Cornyn, R-TX, and was referred to the Judiciary Committee. The legislation (the full text of which can be found […]

Aggressive Energy Proposals Dominate FGIA Codes and Regulatory Update

Feb 12th, 2020

“Following regulatory issues right now is like doing the Texas two-step,” said Kathy Krafka Harkema, U.S. codes and regulatory affairs manager for the Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance (FGIA). “When they move, they move faster than I have seen in my life,” she added, when addressing members this morning during a meeting of the Regulatory […]

Study Shows Single Women Trump Men in Home Sales

Nov 13th, 2018

A recent study from the National Association of Realtors, 2018 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, shows that single women are the second highest home buying profile, behind married couples. Single women account for 18 percent of all home buying, the report suggests, with men at only 9 percent and married couples at 63 percent. […]

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