|1 to 10 of 94||Next||Last|
It has been nearly a year since the United States, Canada, and Mexico began talks to redesign the North American Free Trade Agreement which the Trump administration declared has been a disaster for U.S. manufacturing interests.
Low-income housing developers vying for a share of the Chicago housing market now face what the Chicago City Council dubbed three new “Affordable Requirements Ordinance (ARO)” zones.
Homebuilders came out swinging when President Donald Trump this week slapped a tariff on softwood lumber imports from Canada. The move revives a decades-long dispute over lumber dumping that helps undercut U.S. prices.
A final rule on the hazards of silica dust has homebuilders fuming, two years after they asked the Occupational Safety & Health Administration to ease its approach to a new rule. The construction industry says the administration largely ignored it by ruling that silica dust must be
Calling the new National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruling holding companies equally responsible for labor violations committed by their subcontractors a potentially crippling blow to the homebuilding industry, homebuilders weigh opposition to the move.
Arizona homebuilders are enmeshed in a fight over water rights on the San Pedro River, and the eventual result in state court could have immediate implications statewide and ramifications nationally.
An intense effort by low-income housing advocates to dilute the mortgage interest income tax deduction is being met with an equally aggressive campaign by homebuilders and others to preserve i
A severe shortage of skilled tradesmen could create a drag on the housing market recovery, new research by Fitch Ratings shows. The New York-based financial services ratings agency says a deficit of workers coupled with a lack of suitable building lots and tight mortgage qualification standards could take the edge off the housing recovery. But the
Hurt by a lack of qualified construction workers in an industry undermined by a five-year housing slump, homebuilders ask Congress to develop a fair and workable E-Verify system to allow hiring of workers without fear of breaking immigration law.
Housing’s recovery hits a slight speed bump with homebuilder confidence dropping a second consecutive month amidst a lack of properties and rising costs of materials and labor, the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo confidence index shows in its March
|1 to 10 of 94||Next||Last|
Dear Valued Customers,
We regret to announce that ProEdTech LLC and all its affiliate brands will cease operations on April 1, 2019.
We are no longer able to fulfill online orders. We will fullfill all DVD and book orders already placed.
Thank you for your business and loyalty over the years. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience caused.
The ProEdTech Team