Please help us welcome our newest members-
Mattie Sanders, Mungo Homes
Nicole Brown, Mungo Homes
Jimmy Matthews, Mungo Homes
Amanda McCall, Prime Lending
Jennifer Winton, Allen Tate Realtors
Melissa Tomberg, Allen Tate Realtors
Thanks for renewing-
Matt Vaughn, Brand Mortgage
Melissa Morrell, Berkshire Hathaway C.Dan Joyner
Melissa Tofield, Allen Tate Realtors
Deanna Philips, Mungo Homes
This Thursday, December 1st, your Home Builders Association of Greenville will be hosting a New Member Reception and Meet the Board at our office, sponsored by Pestban. The event is a great chance for new and potential members to meet our Board of Directors, staff, and other members to hear why joining the Home Builders Association is beneficial for your business. If you have questions about the event contact the Home Builders Association at (864) 254-0133 or find out more about joining on our website, hbaofgreenville.com.
Thursday, December 1, 2016
Home Builders Association office
Your HBA of Greenville would like to take you out to the ball game. Don’t miss out on the Member Night at the Drive on May 9th. Enjoy a pre-game reception from 6-7:30 p.m. in The Iron Yard 500 Club.This event is for members of Builder, Associate, and Affiliate members of the HBA, SMC, and PWB only. Click here to register.
The HBA would also like to thank Craig Brown of The Greenville Drive for hosting this event.
Your Home Builders Association of Greenville and Sales and Marketing Council of the Upstate is proud to welcome:
Sandra Soba with Keller Williams
Patrick Jones with Keller Williams
Jennifer Smith with Gateway Supply
Dona Sero with D.R. Horton
Joshua Smith with D.R. Horton
Shobha Vyavahase with D.R. Horton
Tonya Lambrecht with Ryan Homes
Jessica Smith with Dillard- Jones Builders
This data is fresh from NAHB’s Eye on Housing
blog, and relates well to our discussion at last months Sales and Marketing Council education event.
The rental apartment market continued to be strong during the second quarter of 2015, as multifamily production levels remain elevated.
According to NAHB analysis of the most recent data from the Census Bureau and Department of Housing and Urban Development Survey of Market Absorption of Apartments (SOMA), completions of privately financed, unsubsidized, unfurnished rental apartments in buildings with five or more units totaled 210,200 residences for the four quarter period ending with the first quarter of 2015, a 40% increase from the prior four quarters.
Non-seasonally adjusted three-month absorption rates (units rented after construction of the property is complete) for first quarter completions (rented during the second quarter of 2015) were effectively unchanged from a year prior at 61%. Absorption rates for rental apartments rose coming out of the recession but have established a more stable range since 2011, a period during which completions have increased substantially.
In contrast, condo and co-op completions remain at historically low levels, with 1,300 for-sale multifamily homes (in 5+ unit properties) completed during the first quarter of 2015. The non-seasonally adjusted 3-month absorption rate for for-sale multifamily for condos completed during the first quarter and sold during the second quarter of 2015 held strong at 74%.
The SOMA data also reveal that for properties with five or more units, approximately 5,300 Low-Income Housing Tax Credit or other federally subsidized units were completed during the first quarter of 2015. Over the last four quarters, 27,300 LIHTC and other affordable housing units were completed (approximately 10% of total apartment completions).