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June 2012 Issue 6 www.bmhba.com

Professionals building our community through promotion of home ownership, education and legislation since 1958.

Mark Your Calendars! The Annual Picnic will be June 14 at the Post in Mandan. There will be a silent auction, 50/50 drawing and lots of good food! The Annual PAC Golf Tournament will be July 19 at Apple Creek Country Club. Participation is limited, so get your team signed up early! The Annual Sporting Clay Shoot will be August 23 at Capital City Sporting Clays Shooting Complex. If you would like more information about these events or to register, contact the HBA office at 222-2400.

Inside This Issue Permit Report

2

Membership Highlight

5

Les Mowing

President’s Letter

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Calendar of Events

4

2012 New Members

4

News & Events

6-7

Congratulations Spring Parade of Homes Winners Summer Event Update

Get Out & Vote

8

National News

9

NDAB News

10

HBA News from Around the State

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Building Buzz Publisher/Editor Layout Editor/Writer

Scan to visit the website: bmhba.com

Roxanne Jacobson Chelsea Gleich

Published by the Bismarck-Mandan Home Builders Association 2600 Gateway Ave. Suite 1, Bismarck, ND 58503 Phone: 701.222.2400 Fax: 701.250.9730 Like Us! www.facebook.com/bmhba Follow Us! www.twitter.com/bmhba

Bismarck Permit Report Through April 2012 Bismarck/Burleigh permit reports are available online at: www.bismarck.org

Permit Type

YTD 2012

YTD 2011

YTD New Residential Single Family Detached Single Family Attached Duplex 3 or 4 Unit 5+ Unit YTD Residential Garages YTD New Commercial YTD Alter Public

177/$46.1M 126/$22.53M 36/$4.98M 3/$.89M 10/$5.66M 2/$12.04M 19/$.183M 23/$5.91M 3/$.048M

63/$10.78M 57/$9.92M 6/$.856M 0/$0M 0/$0M 0/$0M 8/$.073M 19/$3.06M 5/$2.33M

Mandan Permit Report Through April 2012 Mandan Permit Reports are available online at: www.cityofmandan.com

Permit Type

YTD 2012

YTD 2011

YTD New Residential Single Family Duplex Condos Apartments YTD Remodel and Additions YTD New Commercial YTD Alter Commercial

50/$14.38M 44/$10.94M 0/$0M 4/$.862M 2/$2.58M 34/$.416M 6/$.312M 13/$.552M

24/$7.04M 18/$4.63M 1/$1.17M 4/$.737M 1/$.500M 40/$.575M 0/$0M 7/$.065M

Morton County Permits Only Report at Year End

GET OUT AND VOTE JUNE 12!


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A Word from Our President: Finding Balance Amidst the Chaos As I sit down to write my President’s message this month after a long day, it is already a day past due. I had every intention of writing it some time ago. However, Chad as is the case all too Moldenhauer often lately, my President, days just got away BMHBA from me. I know that many of you are experiencing the same. The housing demand in our community has been a great blessing, and we would be remiss to characterize it as anything else. It has allowed our industry to expand and new jobs and businesses are being created every day. However, it has come with a price. Many of our members are small business owners. In our roles we struggle to retain our employees, maintain our schedules and our sanity. These efforts result in a lot of long days and self-evaluation. We ask ourselves if we are making the most of our resources and if we should expand or even change our business model altogether to take advantage of this opportunity. We all must answer these questions in our own way. I really don’t have much advice to give because I am also trying to answer these questions for myself. Nevertheless, someone once said that anything worth doing is worth doing right. I encourage each of you to make sure that whatever you create, you create to the best of your abilities. When I am in big cities, I like to look at new or existing homes. More often than not, I am disappointed with the lack of quality and attention to detail in the homes I visit. I have always believed that homes shouldn’t be built on a production line and I know that sort of workmanship would not be

tolerated in our community. We have reached a time of such high demand that I believe expectations are starting to change. People are primarily concerned with having a place to live and the move in date has become almost as important as the home itself. I have always believed that our actions during the good times will define us in the bad. Although we all believe that the housing market will be sustained for at least the foreseeable future, I would encourage each of us to set our standards high and stick to it, regardless of whether or not our work will be tolerated. I would also like to encourage each of you to keep a little part of that candle, which is currently burning at both ends, for your family or whatever makes you happy. The old saying that you “make hay while the sun shines” still has a lot of truth in it. However, the farmer is pretty useless if his tractor is broken down due to lack of service. Once again, I give advice not because I have figured this out for myself, but because it is something that I think about frequently. Fortunately, I have a wife who is very tolerant, but I try not to abuse her patience. I think we all assumed that the pace we were running after the flood last year wouldn’t be sustained, but with what we have seen over the past

year and with the forecast of housing demand in the foreseeable future, we have to consider that this a marathon and not a sprint. The BMHBA has scheduled several events this summer over what would be an otherwise perfectly good working day. We have the Annual Picnic at The Post in Mandan, coming up on June 14, which is technically at night. There is also the Annual PAC Golf Tournament July 19 at Apple Creek Country Club. If you are like myself and find that you look around to see if anyone is laughing in your follow through, then perhaps you will appreciate the use of a less precise weapon in the BMHBA Clay Shoot on August 23. Whatever you choose to do with your free time, I wish you all the best of luck in finding your own balance and look forward to working with you along the way.


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Calendar of Events June 14 Annual Picnic—The Post June 26 BMHBA Board Meeting July 19 Annual PAC Golf Tournament— Apple Creek Country Club July 24 BMHBA Board Meeting August 23 Sporting Clay Shoot—Capital City Sporting Clays August 28 BMHBA Board Meeting September 25 BMHBA Board Meeting September 27-30 Fall Parade of Homes *All Board Meetings are held at the BMHBA Office

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2012 Board of Directors PRESIDENT Chad Moldenhauer K & L Homes, Inc. PO Box 7188 Bismarck, ND 58501 Phone: (701) 258-4584

1ST VICE PRESIDENT Eric Brenden Northwest Contracting 3420 E Century Ave. Bismarck, ND 58503 Phone: (701) 255-7727

PAST PRESIDENT Scott Duchsherer Prairie Aire Homes 843 Longhorn Drive Bismarck, ND 58503 Phone: (701) 258-5733

2ND VICE PRESIDENT Vance Vetter Vance Vetter Construction 2500 Railroad Ave., Unit A Bismarck, ND 58501 Phone: (701) 751-8218

SECRETARY/TREASURER Minda Lloyd ND Guaranty & Title Co. 201 4th Ave. NW Mandan, ND 58554 Phone: (701) 663-5362

BOARD MEMBER Scott Moran Hallmark Homes 7404 Moonlite Rd. Bismarck, ND 58503 Phone: (701) 471-7634

BOARD MEMBER Paula Haider Haider Glass Specialties 1717 Commerce St. Ste. A Bismarck, ND 58504 Phone: (701) 250-6787

BOARD MEMBER Mike Hopfauf Hopfauf Custom Builders PO Box 425 Mandan, ND 58554 Phone: (701) 663-7691

BOARD MEMBER C. J. Schorsch Fleck’s Furniture & Appliance 313 East Main Ave. Bismarck, ND 58501 Phone: (701) 323-0891

BOARD MEMBER Greg Zenker Ferguson Enterprises 2817 37 Street NW Mandan, ND 58554 Phone: (701) 663-2446

2012 New Members We would like to thank our new members for joining us and welcome them to the association. We look forward to helping them build their businesses and build our community. The 2012 new members are:

AME Coatings Hunt Construction Anyleaks, Inc. Mind Over Material Arrow Service Team Mr. Squeegee Window Cleaning Blend Home Design Prairie Supply, Inc. Boulder Homes Satellites Plus Bremer Bank Service Master Dove Painting Professional Services Fireside Custom Specials Delivery Homes Structural Materials G & J Awning & Canvas Titan Machinery GR-8 Builders Weisz & Sons, Inc. Granite Creations


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Membership Highlight Who Wouldn’t Like Les Mowing? Owner Says He Wants More Les Mowing Kiel Holwegner, Owner Phone: 701-471-0353 holwegnerk@yahoo.com What’s your goal when you hire a lawn care company? Typically, less mowing for you to do. And that is exactly what Les Mowing, a lawn care company owned by Kiel Holwegner, offers you. Using a clever play on words with his middle name, Kiel came up with the company name Les Mowing. Kiel started Les Mowing earlier this year when his uncle wanted to get out of the lawn care business. Kiel was able to purchase all of his equipment and take on his previous clients. Les Mowing offers general lawn care services—including power raking, mowing and fall/spring clean-up. When asked what he enjoys about his job, Kiel said he enjoys being his own boss, getting to be outside and forming relationships with his clients. While Kiel is a relatively new

Kiel Holwegner, Owner/Operator of Les Mowing

business owner, he says his years of work in the service industry give him perspective. He recognizes that customer service is number one regardless of the field you are in. According to Kiel, his biggest challenges so far have been keeping to the clients’ tight schedules and offering consistency based on the individual client’s requests. Les Mowing offers residential

and commercial lawn care services and is always looking for more work. If you’d like to learn how Kiel can help you do less mowing, call (701) 471-0353 or email holwegnerk@yahoo.com.


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BMHBA News and Events Good Food, Good Fun at Annual Picnic Coming Up June 14 The Annual Member Picnic is set for June 14 at The Post in Mandan. The picnic begins at 6 p.m. and you receive two free tickets per membership. Each additional ticket is $15. This night is known to be tons of

fun, with delicious food, free drinks, door prizes, 50/50 drawing and silent auction to benefit the BSC Scholarship fund. We are still accepting silent auction items and door prizes. If you are interested in donating, please

contact the office at 222-2400. Thanks in advance to our generous sponsors: Kupper Chevrolet, Capital Electric Cooperative, Front Street Millwork & Lumber and Starion Financial. Hope to see you all there!

Apple Creek Hosts Annual PAC Golf Tournament July 19 At the request of the membership, registration for the Annual PAC Golf Tournament will be out soon. We are just finalizing hole sponsors. This year’s tournament will be held at Apple Creek Country Club. The tournament will begin at 11 a.m. and will conclude with dinner in the clubhouse. As always, participation is limited to 144 golfers. There has been a lot of interest already, so if you’d like to participate sign up soon after you

receive the registration forms. Don’t forget, when registering for the tournament, that home addresses for each golfer are required as the participation fees are essentially donations to NDAB Build-PAC (political action committee) and must come from an individual instead of a company. We’re hoping for good weather and a great turn-out. Be on the lookout for more information in the near future!

Don’t Shoot! Sporting Clay Shoot August 23 Capital City Sporting Clays Shooting Complex will host the Sporting Clay Shoot again this year. Mark your calendars for Thursday, August 23. As always, the event will conclude with a catered picnic out at the course and the distribution of prizes!

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The cost per shooter is $50. Registration will begin at 3:30 p.m. with start at 4 p.m. Registration information will be available in August. For more information, contact the office at 222-2400.


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Congratulations to our Spring Parade of Homes Winners! People’s Choice Winners

$190,000-$249,900

Boulder Homes

$250,000-$299,900

MK Home Builders, Inc. 3308 Chisholm Trail

$390,000-$429,900

Majestic Homes

3113 Clairmont Rd.

$300,000-$339,900

Red Door Homes

5206 Boulder Ridge Rd.

$340,000-$389,900

Prairie Aire Homes, Inc. 4406 Silica Place

$430,000-$499,900

$500,000 & Up

K & L Homes, Inc.

Triton Homes 2729 Powder Ridge Dr.

3101 Promontory Dr.

Judge’s Choice Winners

$190,000-$249,900

Scott D. Berger Const. 1304 15th St. SE

$250,000-$299,900

K & L Homes, Inc. 3605 Chevelle Circle

$300,000-$339,900

Red Door Homes

5206 Boulder Ridge Rd.

$340,000-$389,900

Michael Baumgartner Const. 6719 Prairie Sage Place

$390,000-$429,900

$430,000-$499,900

$500,000 & Up

Majestic Homes

K & L Homes, Inc.

Triton Homes

3113 Clairmont Rd.

3101 Promontory Dr.

2729 Powder Ridge Dr.


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You Can Have an Impact: Get Out & Vote June 12 Mark your calendars for the primary election on June 12. While called a primary election, this election is much more than a congressional primary. On the ballot will be Measures 1-4, city commission and mayoral races, park board, school board, various judges, Bismarck city and school district measures, as well as party voting for national and state congressional candidates. If you are a Morton County resident, visit dakotamediaaccess.org and click on GATV to see candidate forums for Mandan City Commission, Mandan Mayor, Mandan School

Board and Morton County Commission. We all want to be informed voters. To see a sample ballot for your area, find your polling place, and read the exact wording of the measures, visit www.nd.gov/sos/electvote. If you’re currently living out of state or are unable to get to your polling place on election day, make sure to apply for an absentee/mail ballot. How to apply can be found in the Voter Information portal on the secretary of state’s website as listed above. Just make sure to return your ballot before election day so your vote will be counted. There are some items on the ballot that could make a big impact on our state, including Measure 2. As part of the coalition to oppose Measure 2 (Keep It Local ND), we understand the importance of keeping funding control local—and believe that the

residents of our communities are those best suited to make decisions regarding those communities. “A ‘No’ vote on Measure 2 is not saying you are in favor of property taxes; it is merely saying that you do not believe Measure 2 is the correct way to go about property tax relief. We believe writing it into our state constitution is too drastic and too difficult to change if the method the legislature devises to fund local entities does not work, “ said Roxy Jacobson, BMHBA Executive Officer and coalition representative. For more information on Keep It Local ND, visit their website at www.keepitlocalnd.com. We encourage you all to educate yourselves on the issues/candidates and get out and vote. It could make a big difference in our communities and our state.


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NDSU Extension offers Energy Matter$ Training By Carl Pedersen, NDSU Extension concern. Realtors and builders also noted that clients do not inquire Ask a prospective homeowner about the monthly utility costs. how much insulation he or she One of the builders responded, “I should have in the attic, and you get haven’t been asked that question.” a curious stare or shrug of the When homebuyers were asked if shoulders. But ask the same monthly utility bills were important prospective homeowner what kind in their home purchase, one of countertops he or she wants, and responded, “I haven’t really thought you get a definite opinion. about that very much.” While the appearance of a home is Considering the extreme climate certainly important, the performance we have in North Dakota and the is as important, if not more so. chance to save money by purchasing However, buyers often overlook the an energy-efficient home, those of us latter. involved in educating the general The North Dakota State University public about all the benefits of Extension Service is working to purchasing a high-quality, energyeducate homebuyers and efficient home have a great homeowners about energy efficiency opportunity. Professional builders and that the performance of their can benefit as well. Proper building home does matter. science in the construction of a home In a survey the University of North adds to customer satisfaction, Dakota conducted for the North reduces callbacks and increases the Dakota Alliance for Renewable potential for return business; we Energy, only 3 percent of North simply need to educate the Dakotans surveyed indicated energy homebuyer. efficiency had little or no importance Various programs to increase to them. Meanwhile, research consumers’ knowledge include the conducted at NDSU showed a Energy Matter$ lunch and learn the different story. NDSU Extension Service held May During interviews, professional 22nd in Bismarck. The aim was to builders, Realtors and homebuyers provide attendees with some of the indicated the purchase price of tools to understand the balance homes was one of the first few items between the economic, basic of importance when considering a building science and how energy is home purchase, but the monthly used in a home, as well as ways to utility bills were not much of a reduce energy use.

Other programs NDSU Extension has developed include a consumerbased online informational course that includes short video segments showing ways to improve the energy efficiency of existing homes and various aspects of energy-efficient new-home construction. The course, “Home Energy 101,” can be accessed at www.NDSU.edu/energy. NDSU Extension also uses its expertise to provide education and training for professionals in the construction industry. In the spring of 2011, NDSU Extension conducted a series of workshops to introduce energy aspects of the 2009 North Dakota State Building Codes that were adopted by the state in January 2011. In the spring of 2012, NDSU Extension focused training on basement insulation techniques. Those efforts included in-person workshops as well as creating DVDs and online videos that demonstrate the building science fundamentals of insulating basements and provide some examples from builders on ways they insulate basements. A limited number of the DVDs are available for loan at the BismarckMandan HBA offices. The videos also can be accessed by visiting www.NDSU.edu/energy and clicking on the Energy Code Training tab.

SmartMarket Report Released:

Quality & Value Driving Growth in Green Building Market According to the SmartMarket Report from McGraw-Hill Construction released May 1, new and remodeled green homes are transforming the market in the U.S. The top reasons cited for the growth of the green market were the fact that green homes are seen as having higher quality construction and that they save consumers money. “When builders are able to offer homes that are not only green, but

also offer the combination of higher quality and better value, they have a major competitive edge over those building traditional homes,” said Harvey Bernstein, Vice President of Industry Insights and Alliances at McGraw-Hill Construction. The SmartMarket report, produced by McGraw-Hill Construction in conjunction with NAHB and Waste Management, is designed to provide key insights into product and market

opportunities in the single-family home building and remodeling industries. It is backed by proprietary research surveys and the power of the McGraw-Hill Construction Dodge database. To download your free copy of the entire report visit, http:// analyticsstore.construction.com and search “SmartMarket Report: Green Homes.”


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$ 99 Model 11255VSR SALE WAS $239.99 SAVE $30 • 7.2 Amps, 0-1,300 RPM, 0-5,800 BPM • Three operational modes: hammer only, rotation only, hammer and rotation Includes: Side handle, depth gauge and case

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3-1/4 In. Full Head Model NR83A2

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209.99

$

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229.99

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