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The MAB

Homefront Spring 2019

HOMES & HOPS IN THIS ISSUE


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JOIN THE MINOT ASSOCIATION OF BUILDERS ON MAY 17TH AT 6 PM FOR THE HOMES & HOPS BAR CRAWL! SORT OF LIKE A THEME PARTY. SORT OF LIKE A PUB CRAWL. MOSTLY JUST A GOOD TIME.

& Homes and Hops will begin at The Starving Rooster and end at Arny’s 2.0 Attendees will receive a Homes and Hops t-shirt, drink specials at each stop, all the construction gear you can handle and tasty pub grub! Grab a drink and a construction item at each stop downtown and by the end of the night you will have built yourself a buzz and a full (tool)belt!

$25 TO ATTEND · $40 FOR GROUP OF 2

MAY 17TH | 6 PM | DOWNTOWN MINOT REGISTER AT WWW.MINOTAB.COM/HOPS


The MAB

Homefront contents 4

Letter from the President

29-30 National News

4

Memo from the EO

5

PAC Corner

5, 6, 9

Membership

10

Staying Connected

10

Consumers Rate Features

13

2019 Events

16

Labor Challenges

15-16

Contracting Concerns

18

Summer Events

17, 19

MAB Update

19

Events Committee

20

Realtors in the News

21

NAFTA/NAHB Brief

21-24

City, County and State

25-27

NDAB News

ON THE COVER

ADVERTISING DIRECTORY cleantechllc.us

SERVICES OFFERED Portable Toilet Rentals Certified Septic System Install/Repair and Inspection

Septic Tank Pumping Floor Drains Grease Trap Pumping Hydro Jetting

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A-1 Evans Septic

2

Gravel Products

16

Ackerman Estvold

15

Houston Engineering

19

Acme Tools

11-12

Kipp's Heating & Air

3

Acme Tools

22

Landsiedel's Heating & Air Conditioning 26

Aisha Vadell

26

Lite-Form of Minot

24

All-State Contracting

3

Menards

Back cover

B & B Insulation

2

Mindt Construction

10

Blake Krabseth

3

Minot Lumber and Hardware

25

Bremer Bank

10

Minot Sash & Door

10

Clean Tech

2

North Dakota Guaranty & Title

22

Coldwell Banker

Back cover

North Star Steel

6

Concrete Mobile

24

Northern Prairie Home Improvement

16

Connole & Somerville

25

Prairie Supply

3

Dacotah Bank

29

Ready Builders

16

Dakota Fence

Back cover

Real Builders

3

Dig It Up

2

SERVPRO

Back cover

Farroh Roof Truss

29

Signal Realtors

16

Ferguson

26

Souris River Designs

6

First International Bank & Trust

17

SRT

3

First Western Bank & Trust

10

SVR

16

First Western Insurance

5

Team Gold

24

Front Street Lighting

24

Tollefson's Carpetland

2

Future Builders

24

Verendrye Electric Cooperative

23

Glass Doctor

25

Watne Realtors

30

Grand Hotel

10

Xcel Energy

Back cover

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2019 BOARD OF DIRECTORS PAT BAILEY - PRESIDENT

DAWN RASMUSSEN

Muus Lumber & Hardware

Century 21 Action Realtors

PAT GRANER - VICE PRESIDENT

PHIL RISBRUDT

Craft Builders

MELISSA WRIGHT - IMM. PAST PRES Dakota Stone and Granite

ALYX PEDERSON - TREASURER

K & R Contracting

BOYD SIVERTSON

Pella Windows and Doors

SHANE LIDER

Brokers 12

Minot Lumber and Hardware

CHRIS DAHL

KASPER ZIEGLER

United Rentals

ROB ORTS

Verendrye Electric

AL SCHALL

Northstar Steel

Burdick Job Corps

BRUCE WALKER - SENIOR LIFE DIRECTOR Coldwell Banker

JOE STENVOLD - LIFE DIRECTOR JAX Contracting

2019 COMMITTEES EXECUTIVE Pat Bailey, Pat Graner, Melissa Francisco, Bruce Walker

STRATEGIC VISIONING Alyx Pederson, Chris Dahl, Pat Bailey, Pat Graner, Melissa Francisco

HOME & GARDEN SHOW Kasper Ziegler, Loren Vannett, Morgan Bosch, Chelsea Gleich, Minda Stockdill, Mike Frank, Shane Lider

GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS New Committee! Spots open now!

MEMBERSHIP Rob Orts, Dawn Rasmussen, Melissa Francisco, Chris Dahl

40 BELOW Amanda Geinert, Casey Erickson, Jessi Erdmann, Cole Stober, Erika Kelly, Brett Fiddler, Ron Rudser, Gene Beau Lac, Morgan Bosch, Mataya Lafontaine, Marie Halloff

PARADE OF HOMES DelRae Zimmerman, Mataya Lafontaine, Kimberly Keller, Renata Buen, Pat Bailey

EVENTS Rob Orts, Phil Risbrudt, Lauri Hopwood, Amanda Geinert, Chris Dahl

Your membership with MAB automatically enrolls you in: Minot Association of Builders North Dakota Association of Builders National Association of Home Builders

The MAB Homefront is the official publication of the Minot Association of Builders (MAB). The MAB Homefront is published four times per year to its members and others associated with the building industry. Neither the advertisers, nor MAB, will be responsible or liable for misinformation, misprints, typographical errors, herein contained. For advertising rates, resource file or address information, contact MAB. Suggestions, ideas and letters are always welcome! Minot Association of Builders (MAB) 606 Burdick Expressway West Suite B Minot, ND 58701 Phone: 701-852-0496 www.minotab.com | contact@minotab.com

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LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT PAT BAILEY 2019 MAB PRESIDENT

SPRING INTO ACTION! At the time I am writing this message, I’m sure everyone is like me and is ready to shake off those winter blues and “SPRING” into action. With the onset of nicer weather on the horizon, you can really see the effect it has on things.

each other on our membership drive in April. We will share the outcome of the membership drive with the MAB family after it is done and can hopefully report to you that it was a success.

I am excited to see what this spring brings to the members In closing, hopefully spring has sprung and everybody has of the MAB. We have some fun and exciting events a busy and productive spring!! coming up this spring and hope everybody can make an effort to attend as many of them as you can. Make sure to look through the Homefront magazine to get the dates on the events. One thing I am really excited about this spring is the “I Like Spike Month” we are having this April. The Board of Directors are breaking up into teams and are challenging

MEMO FROM THE EO ELYSHA HEAD MAB EXECUTIVE OFFICER

A FOND FAREWELL Thank you for supporting me during my time at the Minot Association of Builders. It’s a bittersweet time for me. My family is going to be relocating in the near future meaning my time at the MAB is coming to an end. I want to thank each and every MAB member who has bolstered the association during my tenure here. Whether you joined the MAB, renewed your membership or sponsored one of our many events, you contributed to the growth of the MAB and I genuinely appreciate it. We’ve made a lot of progress during the past three years and I know whomever the next person is to head this The MAB Homefront || 4 || Spring 2019

association will continue to take the MAB in the direction it needs to go. The board of directors are a great group of people who are committed to you and the building industry in our area. I have no doubts they will go the extra mile during this time to make the transition go smoothly. Again, thank you for everything you’ve done for the association and myself during this time and I wish you all nothing but the best! I love this association and may be fighting back tears as I’m writing this but I know the future of the MAB is bright!

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MEMBERSHIP

MEMBER BENEFITS

Sherwin-Williams Special MAB member pricing! Time for a refresh? MAB members get exclusive discounts and personalized service from the nation’s largest specialty retailer of paints, coatings and painting supplies. Create a profile at mySW.com and whenever you shop online you’ll see your NPP discount for each item. Order online and get a fast order turnaround at more than 4,000 stores nationwide. Sherwin-Williams partners with NPP to offer members significant savings on contractor prices.

PAC CORNER HOW DOES NDAB-PAC HELP YOU? By pooling contributions from NDAB members, NDAB-PAC is able to help elect legislators who understand and support the issues and concerns of builders and associate members.

You can also choose to contribute to BUILD-PAC, the National Association of Home Builders’ Political Action Committee, one of the most recognized and well-respected PACs in Washington.

Negotiated Discounts • Chemical Coatings • Architectural Coatings • Industrial Coatings • Paint Supplies/Rollers Visit www.mynpp.com to find out how to get your Sherwin-Williams discounts!

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MEMBERSHIP

RENEWALS

We would like to extend a big THANK YOU to our members who renewed their membership or newsletter advertisement this season! Your continued support of the Minot Association of Builders helps us continue to work for you at a local, state and national level. Ackerman-Estvold | Dusty Zimmerman www.ackerman-estvold.com

Magic City Garage Door | Elaine Christianson www.magiccitygaragedoor.com

Ackerman Surveying | Dusty Zimmerman www.ackerman-estvold.com/ackermansurveying

Minot Paving Co. | Dick Rutten

All-State Contracting | Warren Anderson

Mindt Construction | Mike Burckhard www.minothomebuilder.com

Brokers 12 | Ashley Lawson www.brokers12.com

Mowbray and Son | Travis Mowbray www.mowbrayandson.com

Coldwell Banker 1st Minot Realty | Bruce Walker www.coldwellbankerrealestate.com

Muus Lumber and Hardware | Pat Bailey www.muuslumberandhardware.com

Connole & Sommerville | Julie Drady www.connolesomervilleheating.com

Nodak Insurance Company - Kelsey Holt www.kelseyholtnd.fbfsagents.com

Core and Main | Justin Hochhalter

Northern Prairie Home Improvement | Duane Block

Coughlin Construction | John Coughlin www. coughlininc.com

Paradise Spas | Brandon Solem www.paradisespas.com

Culligan | Ed Nush www.culligan.com

Pella Windows and Doors | Jeremy Burge www.heartlandpella.com

Dakota Fence | Bruce Langseth www.dakotafence.com

Prairie Federal Credit Union | Beth Feldner www.prairiefcu.com

Dig It Up Backhoe Service | Travis Bohl www.facebook.com/Dig-It-Up-Backhoe-Service-Inc

RTC | Chad Betz www.rtc.coop

Farroh Roof Truss | Wayne Aberle www.trussmasters.com

Rolling Hills | Loren Delzer www.facebook.com/RollingHillsLumber

Elite Real Estate | Curt Guss www.eliterealestatend.com

Ryan Chevrolet | Mike Gietzen www.ryanchevroletminot.com

Ferguson | Khris Walz www.ferguson.com

Silver Springs | Cebe Schneider www.silverspringsnd.com

Front Street Lighting | Shelley Werner www.frontstreetlighting.com

Town & Country Credit Union | Tyler Neether www.townandcountry.org

Gate City Bank | Peggy Johnson www.gatecitybank.com

Watne Realtors | Blake Krabseth www.minothomes.com

Gooseneck Implement | Heather Milbrath www.gooseneckimplement.com

Welstad Construction | Molly Welstad www.facebook.com/welstad-construction

Kipp’s Heating and Air Conditioning | Kipp Jensen www.kippsheatingandair.com

Western Steel | Don Miller www.western-steel.com

Lite-Form of Minot | Robert Ebert

Wold Engineering | Kent Indvik www.woldengr.com

www.coreandmain.com

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MEMBERSHIP

MAB’S NEWEST MEMBERS

January - March 2019 Joining the Minot Association of Builders is the first step to becoming more active in our industry. Please take a moment to welcome the newest members of our association. ERIKA KELLY TOLLEFSON’S CARPETLAND AFFILIATE MEMBERSHIP erikakelly87@gmail.com

NORTH COAST SANITATION Mark Gagner 701-263-5500 www.minotdumpster.com

GUARANTEED RATE CARISSA VISOCSKY Carissa Visocsky 651-238-8055 www.rate.com/carissavisocsky

AMERICAN FAMILY INSURANCE MIKE LUCY Mike Lucy 701-852-1078 www.agent.amfam.com/michael-lucy

MONDAK PORTABLES

YOU COULD BE THE NEWEST MEMBER OF THE MAB!

Barb Rogers 701-859-4662 www.mondakportables.com

CONTACT US AT 701-852-0496 TO LEARN MORE!

NEW MEMBER RECRUITERS

Thanks to these members who have help grow our Minot Association of Builders community by recruiting new companies to join our association.

1

PAT BAILEY Muus Lumber

1

ROB ORTS Verendrye Electric

HAVE A HOT PROSPECT? Contact the MAB office at contact@minotab.com or 701-852-0496.

www.nahb.org/savings

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top recruiters

Thanks to these members who have helped grow our MAB community by recruiting new companies to join our association. If you have a hot prospect, please contact Elysha Head (contact@minotab.com or 852-0496) and she’ll take it from there! (Reported thru 04/3/2019 from NAHB)

STATESMEN: (500-999 Credits) John Coughlin (504.5) SUPER SPIKES: (250-499 Credits) Bruce Walker (363) Todd Brady (356) Joe Stenvold (318.5) ROYAL SPIKES: (150-249 Credits) Gary Kramlich (207) Joel Feist (196.5) RED SPIKES: (100-149 Credits) Greg Aasmundstad (120) GREEN SPIKES: (50-99 Credits) Rob Orts (105) Dave Lebrun (71) John Lund (69) Bill Huber (68) Cindy Snay (59.5) Kal Larson (56) Karen Engle (55) LIFE SPIKES: (25-49 Credits) Joe Kraft (40) Pam Karpenko (34.5) Mitch Kraft (29) BLUE SPIKES: (6-24 Credits) Clyde Thorne (18) Lauri Hopwood (15) Matt Geinert (13.5) Dwight Flygare (9) Stacey Abel (8) Pat Bailey (7.5) Kevin Connole (7) Phil Risbrudt (6) Christopher Dahl (6) CANDIDATES: (1-5 Credits) Todd VanDusen (4.5) Elysha Head (6) Melissa Francisco (2) Dale Zarr (1) Hallie Lock (1) Al Schall (0.5)

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STAYING CONNECTED

CONSUMERS RATE THEIR TOP BATHROOM FEATURES When it comes to what bathroom feature consumers desire the most, a fancy tub, shower or vanity — though high on the list — fails to make the top grade. Nearly four out of five home buyers — 78% — believe that a linen closet in the master bathroom is an “essential/must have” or “desirable” bathroom feature, putting it as the No. 1 most wanted bathroom feature. This data comes from NAHB’s recently released report, What Home Buyers Really Want. The report is based on a survey of recent and prospective home buyers (people who bought homes in the previous three years or are planning to do so in the next three years) about the features they want in a home or community. Two other features were rated as essential/must have or desirable by at least 70% of home buyers: • A shower stall and tub in the master bath (73%) • A double vanity (71%) It is important to note that these two preferences have the highest shares of home buyers rating them as essential/must haves (32% each), more than any other bathroom feature listed in the survey. Another four features were rated essential/must have or desirable by at least 60% of home buyers: • A private toilet compartment in the master bath (65%) • A white toilet, tub and sink (63%) • Ceramic tile walls (62%) • A granite vanity (61%)

PLACE YOUR AD HERE! Call the MAB office to find out more. 852-0496

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EVENTS CALENDAR

2019 EVENT SCHEDULE JAN. 23

FEB. 7

MAR. 1 & 2

MAY 17TH

JUNE 6TH

JULY 29

AUGUST 27th

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

NOVEMBER

DEC. 5TH

BUILDING OFFICIALS

ROUNDTABLE

APRIL

I LIKE

IKE month

I LIKE

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A WALK-IN PANTRY IS THE {most wanted} KITCHEN FEATURE A walk-in pantry is the most wanted kitchen feature, with 83 percent of home buyers reporting it is an essential/must have (32 percent) or desirable item (51 percent). This data comes from NAHB’s recently released report, What Home Buyers Really Want (2019 Edition), which is based on a survey that asks recent and prospective home buyers (people who bought homes in the previous three years or are planning to do so in the next three years) about the features they want in their home and community, including in the kitchen.

Along with a walk-in pantry, two other kitchen storage features make the list: pull-out shelves (73 percent) and special use storage (wine rack, etc.) (63 percent). Other items in the top ten include recessed lighting, rated essential/ must have or desirable by 69 percent of home buyers, as well as drinking water filtration and customized backsplash, each rated essential/must have or desirable by 68 percent of home buyers.

To ascertain a better understanding of the most sought-after home and community features, NAHB asked home buyers to rate a comprehensive list using a four-tier scale of essential/ must have, desirable, indifferent, or do not want. Coming in a close second, a double sink side-by-side was rated as essential/must have or desirable by 81 percent of home buyers. In fact, 42 percent of home buyers rated it an essential/must have item in the kitchen, more than any other feature on the list. Three other kitchen features are wanted by at least three-fourths of home buyers: a table space for eating (78 percent), a central island (76 percent), and a granite/natural stone countertop (75 percent of home buyers). The MAB Homefront || 14 || Spring 2019

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CONTRACTING CONCERNS

TOP FINISHES FOR APPLIANCES, CABINETS AND COUNTERTOPS A recent NAHB survey showed most a third of home buyers want white cabinets, not much higher than the 26 percent who prefer a medium brown cabinet color (Figure 1). Significantly smaller shares of home buyers want dark brown cabinets (13 percent), gray (10 percent), beige (8 percent), or black cabinets (5 percent). Conversely, home buyers have a clear favorite when it comes to appliance color. Sixty-seven percent want a stainless steel color while 15 percent each want white and black. The remaining 3 percent of home buyers cited a preference for some “other� color (Figure 2). Home buyers also have a clear preference when it comes to countertop material: 57 percent want granite or natural stone countertops (Figure 3). Quartz/engineered stone comes in at a distant second place, preferred by 21 percent of buyers. Much smaller minorities are interested in either solid surface (12 percent) or laminate (8 percent).

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CONTRACTING CONCERNS

TOP CHALLENGES FOR BUILDERS: MATERIALS IN 2018, LABOR IN 2019

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Building material prices topped the list of problems builders faced in 2018, but cost and availability of laboris expected to return to the number one spot in 2019, according to special questions on the January survey for the NAHB/ Wells Fargo Housing Market Index. The survey results showed that material prices were a significant issue for 87% of builders last year. In 2019, however, “only� 69% of the builders expect them to continue being a problem. The second most widespread problem in 2018 was cost/availability of Labor cited by 82% of builders Unlike building materials, the share of builders expecting cost and availability of labor to be a problem this year is the same as share reporting it a problem last year, making labor shortages the most widespread challenge builders expect to face in 2019.

Another problem that seems to be emerging is high interest rates. In 2011, building materials prices was reported as a significant problem by 33% of builders. The share increased to 46% in 2012, 68% in 2013, 58% in 2014, 42% in 2015, 48% in 2016 and 77% in 2017, before peaking at 87% in 2018. Meanwhile, only 13% of builders reported labor as a significant problem in 2011, followed by 30% in 2012, 53% in 2013, 61% in 2014, 71% in 2015, 78% in 2016 and 82% in both 2017 and 2018. Compared to the supply-side problems of materials, labor and lots, problems attracting buyers were not as widespread last year, but builders expect many of them to become more of a problem in 2019. Negative media reports making buyers caution was a significant problem for 48% of builders in 2018, but 62% expect it to be a problem in 2019. Gridlock/uncertainty in Washington making buyers cautious was a significant problem for 45% of builders in 2018, compared to 53% who expected it to be an issue in 2019. Concern about employment/economic situation was a problem for only 28% of builders in 2018, but 46% expect it to be a problem in 2019. Another problem that seems to be emerging is high interest rates. The 56% of builders who expect high interest rates to be a problem in 2019 is up strongly from the 27% who said it was a problem in 2018, and both numbers were much higher in 2019 than at any time in the 2011-2017 span.

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MAB UPDATE

HOME SHOW Pregame 40 Below kicked off the Home and Gard en Show the right way — with the Home Show Pregame! 40 Below took on the challenge of reinvigorating Preview Night at the 2019 Home and Garden Show. Their first task was rebranding the event and getting attendees excited to be there! That’s when the Home Show Pregame was born.

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Guests ate game day grub from First International Bank & Trust, Paradiso, participated in Search Minot Builders Supply and The Show and battled in the Muus Lumber and Hardware! Joust Haus Royale! Thank you to 40 Below for 85 people attended the Home creating such a fun event Show Pregame on Thursday, for MAB members and February 28th. The Home Show Home and Garden Show FIND OUT MORE ABOUT 40 BELOW! VISIT WWW.MINOTAB.COM/40BELOW Pregame was sponsored by Vendors!

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SAVE

JULY 29 2019

THE

DATE

SAVE THE DATE 8.27.2019 MINOT GUN CLUB

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MAB UPDATE

EVENTS COMMITTEE EXPANDING The MAB’s Events Committee committed to meeting monthly in 2019. Committee members include Amanda Geinert, Chris Dahl, Lauri Hopwood, Melissa Francisco, Phil Risbrudt and Rob Orts. The committee members wanted to be more involved in planning current association events, outlining new events and preparing for 2020 events! Thank you to the committee members for being so involved in the MAB and taking the next step to increase committee involvement! If you want to get involved in Events Committee, reach out to the MAB at 701852-0496 or contact@minotab.com!

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APRIL IS I LIKE SPIKE MONTH! 2019 is the year of membership at the MAB! More members means a larger voice at the local, state, and national level. All month long in

I LIKE

IKE month

April, we’re focusing on recruiting new members to the MAB as well as appreciating our current members! On April 18th, the MAB board of directors lead a membership drive! From 8 AM to 12 PM, they called and visited potential members in hopes of recruiting them to this great association! So, MAB members, pencils up! Send us those referrals and get credit for bringing more members into the association! The more people we can reach, the better! We’ll report back next month!

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REALTORS IN THE NEWS

NDAB HOSTS LEGISLATIVE IMPACT DAY IN CONJUCTION WITH NDAR

WATNE REALTORS Watne Realtors welcomes new agents to their team of sales professionals.

Danielle Delzer can be reached by calling 701 500-3732 or 852-1156 and by email at Danielle@MinotHomes.com.

Brian Henry can be reached by calling 701 228-4290 or 852-1156 and by email at Brian@MinotHomes.com.

Lenora Stevenson can be reached by calling 701 263-7757 or 852- 1156 and by email at Lenora@MinotHomes.com. A big thank you goes out to all who joined us in Bismarck in frigid cold February for the Legendary Oyster and Chili Feed NDAB co-hosted with the ND Association of Realtors (NDAR). NDAB members also participated in the Legislative Impact Day where members from the House and Senate leadership along with legislators from both of our respective industries spoke to the group about the session and answered questions.

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Home and Garden Show Winners Announced! BasicWise wooden Kitchen Island on Wheels Judi Kitzman - prize received by Ken Kitzman

Winner UniFlame Outdoor Firebowl Sandra Llewellyn Thanks to everyone who stopped by the Watne Realtors booth at the 2019 Home and Garden Show.

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CITY, COUNTY AND STATE

NAFTA PANEL ACCEPTS NAHB BRIEF

MINOT BUILDING PERMITS 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0

840

1056 3 63

292 2011

2012

1133 598 191

209 60 95

181

2013

2014

2015

Single Family

2

53 38

2016

682

2017

2018

10 2019

The combined duties average more than 20%, and increase volatility in the lumber market and harm housing affordability. The ITC and domestic lumber producers had filed objections to NAHB’s motion, but the NAFTA panel accepted NAHB’s memorandum supporting Canada’s challenge.

Multi-Family

WARD COUNTY BUILDING PERMITS 50 40 30 20 10 0

43

33 18 5

5

4

17

2

9

13

2 96

0

32

2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Single Family

Commercial

$600 $550 $500 $450 $400 $350 $300 $250

2016

2017

Specifically, the NAFTA panel stated: “NAHB’s perspective is that of a coalition of purchasers that account for 80% of new home construction in the United States, the primary demand driver in the industry. This perspective is unique from that of the producers with respect to the issue of substitutability, where NAHB focuses its attention, and reflects NAHB’s specialized knowledge of the facts on the record.” In its amicus brief, NAHB stressed that builders have specific preferences for Douglas Fir and Spruce-Pine-Fir (SPF) over Southern Yellow Pine (SYP) in certain instances, and specifically when framing homes. SYP is not nearly as suitable for wall framing because of its tendency to twist and warp, which causes the drywall to buckle. Moreover, there is not much substitution of species because builders use what works best for them based on specific applications.

2015-2019 LUMBER PRICES

2015

In a positive development regarding the U.S.-Canada softwood lumber trade dispute, the NAFTA Binational Panel on March 25 granted NAHB’s motion to participate as an amicus (friend) in support of Canada’s challenge of the International Trade Commission’s (ITC) countervailing and anti-dumping duties on Canadian lumber imports into the United States.

2018

2019

The prices listed below provide an overview of the behaviors within the U.S. framing lumber pricing market. The information is sourced each week using the Random Lengths Framing Lumber Composite, which is comprised using prices from the

In an official statement, NAHB Chairman Greg Ugalde said: “We welcome the opportunity to provide this unique home building perspective to this issue. It is our hope it will serve as an impetus for the United States and Canada to hammer out a long-term solution to this problem that will satisfy all sides — including domestic industries and consumers — that rely on softwood lumber for their economic well-being.”

MINOT BUILDING PERMITS - MARCH 2019 BUILDING PERMIT TYPE

NUMBER OF PERMITS

PERMIT VALUATION

Single Family Dwelling

1

$208,000.00

Industrial/Agricultural

1

$646,000.00

Residential Remodel

5

$139,000.00

Commercial Remodel

9

$817,000.00

Accessory Buildings

2

$9,500.00

Deck

2

$32,000.00

Demolition Residential

2

$3,000.00

TOTAL

20

$1,854,500.00

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CITY, COUNTY AND STATE

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For the last several months a group of business leaders and the Minot Area Chamber of Commerce convened to discuss buy local. All agreed that we need to support and find new ways to promote local retail purchasing whether it is a smaller, locally owned store or one of our big box stores -- all are local.

What has been missing is a more holistic approach where locally owned and locally based businesses are engaged to provide products, people, services and/or talent. So let’s expand our view of keeping business local and take action to Maximize Minot. To reiterate, Maximizing Minot starts with main street businesses and includes the big box stores that call Minot home. It extends to the contractors that hire when building a home or adding a garage. Also, the local architect who will design that home or gazebo for your backyard. It could also be the landscaper who overhauls your yard or the roofer who gives your home a new weather tight seal. The list is endless. For businesses and for government, it is not only the individuals but other Minot businesses with whom they do or could be doing business and here again it is all about maximizing Minot. Do business with others located here in the Minot area first.

Maximizing Minot will not be as successful unless the units of local government also adopt the principles of doing business at home. To be fair, there are a number of arguments offered from bonding limits and getting the best price for the taxpayer but in reality really there are a number of other things to consider, and in doing that Maximizing Minot becomes a reality. Out of area contractors and professionals have the expertise to get a job done and that is usually the only thing they do, get the job done. By doing so they pay their employees who take that money back to their communities and spend it there on goods and services, helping that community. The business earns, hopefully, a profit. And that profit also goes back to their community and helps to improve the quality of life there. Local contractors and professionals have one very distinct attribute and that is pride in their work in their own community. They revel in the fact that they can point to a job well done. The salaries they pay stay here in the community and buy goods and services here and help to pay not only the salaries of others but also contribute to the tax base of our community. The profits of the company are plowed back into the firm allowing it to grow and perhaps even add more employees who spend more dollars right here in the Magic City. The other thing that those profits allow business to do is help or give back to the community. There are many examples such as the flag display at the Base, the B-52 models at the Base and the Air Museum, the original MYSA arena and the subsequent expansion, the new exhibits at the Zoo and most recently, donations given to kick start the Magic City Discovery Center. As we continue the conversation about Maximizing Minot, we intend to explore, among other things, how best to provide a local preference. We won’t be suggesting a blanket block on non-local businesses, but rather an opportunity for the local business to compete fairly. The MAB Homefront || 22 || Spring 2019

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MINOT SPRING CLEANUP WEEK Cleanup week is coming up. Know your collection date. May 13th - Blue, May 14th - Purple, May 15th - Green, May 16th - Pink

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THE PINS ARE IN! The wait is over and the 2019 NDABPAC pins are finally in. The NDAB staff will be working on dispersing them to your local Trustees and Executive Officers. Please ask about these one of a kind commemorative pins at your associations next PAC event or contact your local Trustee for more details. With the success of last years elections behind us now is the time to come together as an association and prepare for the 2020 elections.

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“Housing North Dakota,” a conference hosted annually by North Dakota Housing Finance Agency brings affordable housing-industry professionals and community leaders together for two days of professional development and policy discussions. The 2019 event is May 20-21 at the Ramkota Hotel in Bismarck, ND. “To successfully address North Dakota’s current affordable housing needs, it’s essential to have an understanding of governing policies and available resources,” said Jolene Kline, NDHFA executive director. “At Housing North Dakota, attendees will hear from recognized experts and can make real face-to -face connections.” Conference presentations on May 20 will focus on policy and include a discussion with Gov. Doug Burgum of the state’s most pressing housing issues and a future forecast from Demographer Ken Gronbach. At noon, Stockton Williams of the National Council of State Housing Agencies will provide a Washington Briefing. Afternoon plenary sessions include a panel discussion on local legislative accomplishments, recommendations for attracting and retaining a 21st Century Workforce and a strategic planning presentation focused on understanding the impact of market forces. The May 21st concurrent sessions offer professional development opportunities for lending and real estate professionals, multifamily housing developers, and property owners and managers. NDHFA will present its Champion of Affordable Housing Awards on the second day of the event as well. The awards recognize and honor exceptional affordable housing contributions made in North Dakota. Continuing education applications have been submitted to the ND Real Estate Commission, ND Real Estate Appraiser Qualifications and Ethics Board, and the ND Board of Social Work Examiners. Credit will be offered upon the approval of the program by these licensing organizations. Conference attendance can also be submitted for the National Development Council’s Housing Development Finance Professional, the National Apartment Association’s Certified Apartment Manager and the National Association of Homebuilders’ Housing Credit Certified Professional recertifications. Register online at www.ndhfa.org by May 10, 2019, to receive the lowest rates, $170 for the Full Conference (Policy and Training Day) and $90 for Policy Day or Training Day alone. After May 10, 2019, Full Conference is $190 and Policy Day or Training Day alone is $100. A self-supporting state agency, NDHFA finances the creation and rehabilitation of affordable housing in North Dakota. The Industrial Commission of North Dakota, consisting of Governor Doug Burgum, as chairman, Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem and Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring, oversees the agency.

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NDAB NEWS KIM SCHNEIDER

NDAB CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

SPRING IS IN THE AIR We are hoping to be able to get outside and enjoy the Spring weather soon! I am sure many of you are feeling cooped up as well. For us, seeing the outside of the Capitol will be a nice sight. Session is nearing the end with the 80-day limit coming up on May 2. Its been a very busy session and we hope you are following along with the updates from our Communications and Government Affairs Director, Sara Frank. If you haven’t had the pleasure of meeting Sara yet, I encourage you to reach out and introduce yourself. Sara has jumped feet first into this position and into this session. She has quickly become acclimated with the legislature, the process and the ups and downs to session. We still invite our members to join us anytime and we encourage you to continue to reach out to your representatives and have conversations with them. You do not always have to be making an ask of them to reach out to them. Sometimes, providing them with updates of what is happening with your business, with your local issues, etc. is just as important of a bridge builder than it is always reaching out for an ask.

are interested is sponsoring the Summer Social in Dickinson please contact our office and Sara would be happy to help you navigate the options available. The Social will be held June 26th following the NDAB-PAC meeting and the NDAB Board of Directors will meet the following morning. This event is always a great opportunity for the member from across the state to get together in a casual atmosphere to discuss things effecting our industry, talk business or just enjoy themselves at the annual Corn-hole Tournament. Last years winners were Dawn Cruff of Fargo-Moorhead HBA and Matt Millroy of NAHB. I encourage all of the local offices to host your own mini PAC Corn-hole Tournament as it is a great way to raise some additional funds as well as discover some hidden talent within your association. Please watch for the official invite going out later this month with more details and to RSVP to this annual event.

Take Care, Kim Schneider

Planning is in full swing for our Summer Event in Dickinson this year. We are very excited about the new ideas and locations available this year. Our office is working closely with Dickinson Area Builders Association to put this signature event together. If you

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NDAB NEWS BOB HORAB NDAB 2019 PRESIDENT

Greetings!

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We’re all anticipating warmer weather and longer daylight but this year it’s been slow to see the welcoming signs of spring. Despite the cold, local HBA’s have had outstanding attendance at home shows across the state showcasing all there is to offer in building and remodeling to help you make decisions for quality and the latest trends in building and design. Along with updates to your home and because we faced extreme winter elements this year, it makes basic home maintenance even more important.

• Reinvigorate your yard. Seed and feed the lawn, plant annuals and cut back any perennials that need pregrowth pruning.

Here’s a short list to help you this spring. • Walk around the entire perimeter of your home and check the condition of any glazing compound, caulk, and exterior paint. Replace or touch up wherever needed. • Inspect your deck. Replace any popped nails and resecure loose boards. Check for boards that are decaying and need to be updated. Sweep and gently clean the decking material. If your deck is made of wood, you may need to reseal it. To determine if your deck needs to be resealed, try sprinkling the surface with water and let it stand. If the water soaks in, it is time to reseal to protect the wood from future rain and humidity.

• Check your roof for any signs of winter damage from heavy snowfall or debris. Consider cleaning out your gutters even if you already did it in the fall in preparation for early spring rainfall. In addition to maintenance on your home, one area which is frequently overlooked is the concrete around our homes. Concrete is a porous material which absorbs water and deicers which are used by home owners as well as municipalities. Concrete sealers are your best protection against the freeze / thaw cycles. Further information can be provided by your contractor or ready mix producers. Until next month, Bob

• Wipe down or hose off your outdoor furniture. Check cushions to see if they need cleaning, repair or

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NDAB NEWS

AROUND THE STATE HOME BUILDERS ASSOC. OF FARGO-MOORHEAD BRYCE JOHNSON, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER 701-232-5846 | HBAFM.COM •

The Home Builders Care of F-M Foundation Fish Dinner Fundraiser was last month. This event benefits the HBA of F-M's charity and features silent and live auctions, meat, money and prize raffles as well as kids' activities.

The Spring Parade of Homes will feature over 75 homes across the F-M metro area May 4-5, 1112 and 18-19.

The city of Fargo and HBA of F-M are partnering to host an open house April 11. Members are invited to see the new city hall building, learn about code changes and new online systems.

STACY ANDERSON, EXECUTIVE OFFICER FORX BUILDERS ASSOCIATION 701-746-4536 | FORXBUILDERS.COM •

Timber & Ash Designs, a NEW Forx Builders Association member, will be hosting Builders After Hours on April 11th.

May 21st is our annual Sporting Clay Shoot. This is always a well attended event with dinner provided and giveaways!

DOT FRANK, EXECUTIVE OFFICER BISMARCK-MANDAN HOME BUILDERS ASSOC. 701-222-2400 | BMHBA.COM •

EO Dot Frank got to spend time at the Minot Association of Builders Home & Garden Expo. Frank transported a NDAB exhibit and while in Minot was able to network with the local EO, board members and general membership.

Similar to the NDAB exhibit in a box, the BMHBA is working with NAHB to create a similar product that can be shared across the federation.

The 42nd Home Show was a success. Roughly 180 businesses showcased products and services at the March 15-16 event.

The BMHBA is celebrating New Homes Month through

a special event that coincides with the Spring Parade of Homes, April 25-28. LINDSAY LANGE, EXECUTIVE OFFICER DICKINSON AREA BUILDERS ASSOC. 701-483-0660 | DICKINSONAREABUILDERS.COM •

The 2019 Home Show is just days away! Join us Saturday, April 6th from 10am-5pm and Sunday, April 7th from 12-5pm. There is something for the whole family, including a Treasure Hunt for the first 200 kids through the door.

Get your teams together and register early for the DABA Annual Golf Scramble, August 8th at the Heart River Golf Course.

Mark your calendar for the 4th Annual Parade of Homes, September 14th & 15th.

AMBER ELIZONDO, EXECUTIVE OFFICER WESTERN AREA BUILDERS ASSOCIATION 701-572-5744 | WILLISTONBUILDERS.COM •

2019 Home and Garden Show planning has begun! We are looking to add more “Kids” items at the event. Kids will get the parents in the door!

2019 PROFESSIONAL BUILDERS Donald Dabbert - Dabbert Custom Homes Todd Williams - Todd Williams Construction Mike Workman - Jordahl Custom Homes, Inc. Charles Bon - C'est Bon Construction, Inc. Michael J. Bullinger - Western Productions, Inc. Jason Eid - Eid-Co Homes Mark Spriggs - M&J Construction of Moorhead, Inc. Tyrone Leslie - Heritage Homes Todd Halle - T&S Custom Homes, Inc. Robert Leslie - Designer Homes Charles Zach - Zach Construction, Inc. Robert Kochmann - Kochmann Brothers Homes, Inc. Gary Orth - Cornerstone Specialties Jayson Kuznia - Titan Homes Hal G. Dickelman - D&U Construction, Inc. Jason Plecity - Plecity Kowalski Construction, Inc. Don Dabbert Jr. - Dabbert Custom Homes Eric Berg - Eric Berg Construction, Inc.

Back your PAC … your PAC backs you! NDAB-PAC is the North Dakota Association of Builders’ Political Action Committee. It is a non-partisan political action committee that provides support for candidates who are friends of the building industry. Contact NDAB at (800) 326-4746, (701) 222-2401 or info@ndbuild.com to contribute or learn more! North Dakota Association of Builders ❖ 1701 Burnt Boat Drive, Suite 201, Bismarck, ND 58503-0801 ❖ 701/222-2401 or 800/326-4746 ❖ www.ndbuild.com The MAB Homefront || 27 || Spring 2019

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This FULL COLOR, high-grade glossy paper publication is a great opportunity for you to showcase your business to other MAB members and their organizations! Full color ad placements are available throughout the magazine. Your advertisement is an investment that very likely will direct your business in the right direction.

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NATIONAL NEWS

HOME BUYERS RANK MOST WANTED GREEN FEATURES ENERGY STAR windows are the single-most wanted green feature among home buyers, with 89 percent reporting that it is an essential/must have (38 percent) or a desirable feature (51 percent). In our latest study on preferences, What Home Buyers Really Want, NAHB asks recent and prospective home buyers (people who bought homes in the previous three years or are planning to do so in the next three years) about the features they would like in a home or community. Home buyers used a four-tier scale of essential/must have, desirable, indifferent, and do not want to rank features. A chapter in the study places special emphasis on the green features that home buyers want the most. Figure 1 displays the top ten green features.

Two other ENERGY STAR features come in second and third place: ENERGY STAR rated appliances (86 percent of home buyers want these) and an ENERGY STAR rating for the whole home (81 percent). Further analysis of Figure 1 provides evidence that for home buyers, a green home is first and foremost an energy efficient home. Except for water-conserving toilets, every one of the top ten green features deals directly with energy efficiency: ‘efficient lighting that uses less energy than traditional bulbs’ (77 percent), ‘windows with triple-pane insulating glass’ (77 percent), ‘insulation higher than required by code’ (73 percent), as well as low-e insulating glass windows (62 percent), a tankless water heater (61 percent), and solar water heating/electric system (59 percent).

A second tier of green features (Figure 2) shows that after energy efficiency, home buyers want features that help with the air quality inside the home: a home dehumidification system (58%), whole house mechanical ventilation, low VOC materials, and an electronic air cleaner (all rated essential/desirable by 57 percent).

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NATIONAL NEWS

30-YEAR MORTGATE RATE RETREATS

LABOR MARKET TRENDS REFLECT ECONOMIC GROWTH

For the third straight month, information compiled by Freddie Mac shows that mortgage rates continued to fall in February 2019. The 30-year FRM – Commitment rate, fell by nine basis points to 4.37 percent from 4.46 percent in January. The cycle peak was 4.87 percent in November.

Despite an overall weak quarter for economic growth, unemployment remains at a historically low rate of 3.8%. Payroll employment expanded by 196,000 in March, after a gain of only 33,000 in February. While the February stumble reinforced the wisdom of the Fed's decidedly more dovish monetary policy stance — which is responsible for reduced bond and mortgage interest rates — the March gain is a reminder that economic expansion continues, albeit at a slower pace.

The Federal Housing Finance Agency reported that the contract rate for newly-built homes, also declined by fourteen basis points to 4.58 percent in February. Mortgage rates on purchases of newly built homes (MIRS) declined by fourteen basis points over the month of February to 4.46 percent from 4.60 percent in January. The Fed adopted a “dovish” stance at the March Federal Open Market Committee meeting. As expected, it kept the target for the federal funds rate at its setting of 2.252.50 percent. The post-meeting statementremoved any mention of future rate hikes for 2019 and possibly a single rate hike in 2020. Chairman Powell reiterated that the outlook for the US economy remains “favorable” and “positive.” At the same time, he acknowledged potential headwinds to the economy, such as Brexit, slowing global growth, and softening economic data. The statement also mentioned that the Fed will slow the process of balance sheet reduction beginning in May and will conclude that in September. As of the end of March, the 10-year Treasury rate, is trending down to 2.43%. This decline has contributed to the mortgage interest rates reductions in the last few weeks. The average 30-Year Fixed market rate, according to Freddie Mac, was 4.28% at the end of March. At the end of 2018, the average 30-Year Fixed market rate was 4.64%.

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The number of open construction sector jobs pulled back in February. However, the 286,000 count of job openings still represented a significant jump over the 198,000 reported a year ago. Furthermore, job turnover within residential construction has picked up in recent months due to housing's slowdown in the second half of 2018, combined with a somewhat improved housing outlook and ongoing tight labor market conditions. In March, builders and remodelers added 12,200 jobs on a net basis, after a decline of more than 8,000 in February. Over the last year, the industry has added 103,700 jobs. Tight labor market conditions and reduced economic prospects are the primary factors behind recent interest rate declines. With the average 30-year fixed mortgage rate currently at 4.1%, home buyer confidence and new home sales data reveal a recent pickup. Census data for February show new home sales increased 5% to a 667,000 annual rate — roughly the same pace as a year ago. However, new-home inventory has risen lately to a 6.1 months' supply, which is close to normal conditions. In contrast, low inventory of existing homes continues to hinder sales growth. Pending resales fell slightly in February, dropping 4.9% lower than a year ago.

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