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2022 CHBA National Awards for Housing Excellence Winners Announced

Posted on 5/13/2022
The Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) is proud to announce the winners for the 2022 CHBA National Awards for Housing Excellence, a national competition that recognizes excellence in new homes, renovations, communities and residential marketi

HMI 2022 Q1: Builder Confidence Continues Growing, Though Supply Chain and Labour Challenges Persist

Posted on 4/27/2022
The 2022 Q1 release of the Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) Housing Market Index (HMI) shows builder confidence continues to grow even amid ongoing supply chain and labour challenges that continue to add to the cost of homes and delay const

CHBA Welcomes Federal Budget and its Support for Housing Supply – Next, Up To Municipalities

Posted on 4/7/2022
The Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) welcomed many measures in today’s Federal budget, particularly those supporting and encouraging more market-rate housing supply and affordability. Canada’s supply shortage has been long recognized by the

2022 CHBA National Awards for Housing Excellence Finalists Named

Posted on 3/15/2022
The Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2022 CHBA National Awards for Housing Excellence, a national competition that recognizes excellence in new homes, renovations, community development, and resi

CHBA Launches Initiative Towards Cost-Effective Net Zero Energy Ready Residential Renovations

Posted on 2/23/2022
The Canadian home Builders’ Association (CHBA), with support from Natural Resources Canada, officially announced a new 5-year initiative towards cost-effective net zero energy ready residential renovations.

HMI 2021 Q4: Builder Confidence Reaches Record Highs, Supply Chain and Labour Challenges Persist

Posted on 1/31/2022
Builder confidence reached a record high in the 2021 Q4 results of the Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) Housing Market Index (HMI), released today. But while builder sentiment is rising, likely foreshadowing a strong spring sales quarter co

Net Zero Home Label to Recognize Renovated Homes that Produce as Much Energy as They Consume

Posted on 10/28/2021
The Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) announces the Net Zero Home Labelling Program for Renovations.

Supply Chain Issues Affecting Residential Construction, Though Overall Sentiment Still Reasonably St

Posted on 10/26/2021
2021 Q3 results of CHBA’s Housing Market Index (HMI), a residential construction industry sentiments indicator for both the single-family and mult-family markets in Canada, providing a leading market indicator before permits and starts.

Residential Construction Going Strong Despite Challenges: Results from Canada’s First HMI Release

Posted on 8/3/2021
The Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) released today a ground-breaking Canadian research and economics product. CHBA’s Housing Market Index (HMI) is a residential construction industry sentiments indicator for both the single-family and mult

CHBA’s Economic Performance Review Shows Industry’s Resilience & Importance During Challenging Times

Posted on 7/7/2021
The Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) released today its annual report on the performance of Canada’s residential construction, outlining how despite the slowdown during the initial months of the pandemic and challenging lumber and product m

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