Author: Reagan

Indiana joins eight other states when Governor Eric Holcomb officially declared the month of October to be Careers in Construction Month. Indiana’s Careers in Construction Month is designated to help increase public awareness of the opportunities available in construction trades professions. “The importance of the construction industry’s...

INDIANAPOLIS (Sept. 2, 2020) – “The Indiana home building industry continues to see an unprecedented rebound in single-family permit pulls for July. Housing demands, supported by low interest rates and a new consumer focus on home functionality, are taking center stage in Indiana’s recovering economy....

We have all heard the phrase “beauty is in the eye of the beholder”, which means that what one person finds beautiful another person may not. In some Indiana communities, beauty is less subjective, and in fact, it is quite prescriptive – mandating that new...

In times of crisis, we usually revert back to what we know and understand. The housing industry is no different. 2020 has proven to be a very tough year for a lot of us. There has been plenty of uncertainty and unknown variables that have...

The Indiana Builders Association (IBA) was joined by Governor Eric Holcomb at their February board meeting to announce IBA’s commitment to endorsing the Governor in his 2020 re-election bid. “It is critical that the home building industry support candidates for public office that understand the important...

The Indiana Builders Association recently awarded the 2019 John C. Hart Presidential Award to State Sen. Linda Rogers of Granger, Indiana. Rogers is the owner of Judy Creek Golf Course in Granger, Indiana and serves as a State Senator for Indiana Senate District 11. The award...

The Indiana General Assembly officially began their “short-session” on January 6 and they are scheduled to wrap up their work by March 14, 2020. The term “short-session” is used for off-budget years when the Indiana General Assembly meets due to a 1970 constitutional amendment that...

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