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The MAB

Homefront

Summer 2019

GUNS ’N ROSES Trap Shoot

PARADE of HOMES

IN THIS ISSUE:


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The MAB

Homefront contents 4

Letter from the President

23

40 Below Update

4

Memo from the EO

24

City, County and State

5

PAC Corner

25-27 NDAB News

5, 6, 9

Membership

7-8

Photo Gallery

10

Staying Connected

13

2019 Events

15-16

Contracting Concerns

17-19

MAB Update

20

Realtors in the News

21-23

City, County and State

28

Homefront Advertising Rates

29-30 National News

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

Ferguson

26

Signal Realtors

16

First International Bank & Trust

17

Souris River Designs

6

First Western Bank & Trust

10

SRT

3

First Western Insurance

5

SVR

16

Front Street Lighting

24

Team Gold

24

Future Builders

24

Tollefson's Carpetland

2

Glass Doctor

25

Verendrye Electric Cooperative

23

Grand Hotel

10

Watne Realtors

30

Xcel Energy

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2019 BOARD OF DIRECTORS PAT BAILEY - PRESIDENT

LAURI HOPWOOD

PAT GRANER - VICE PRESIDENT

PHIL RISBRUDT

Muus Lumber & Hardware

Craft Builders

ALYX PEDERSON - TREASURER Brokers 12

CHRIS DAHL

Dacotah Bank

K & R Contracting

BOYD SIVERTSON

Allied Building Supply

SHANE LIDER

United Rentals

Minot Lumber and Hardware

ROB ORTS

KASPER ZIEGLER

AL SCHALL

BRUCE WALKER - SENIOR LIFE DIRECTOR

Verendrye Electric Northstar Steel

OPEN POSITION

Help us fill our board!

Burdick Job Corps

Coldwell Banker

JOE STENVOLD - LIFE DIRECTOR JAX Contracting

2019 COMMITTEES EXECUTIVE Pat Bailey, Pat Graner, 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, 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 Like us! www.facebook.com/minotab Follow us! www.twitter.com/minotbuilders Pinterest with us! www.pinterest.com/minotab The MAB Homefront || 3 || Summer 2019

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LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT PAT BAILEY 2019 MAB PRESIDENT

PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE

First thing I would like to do is thank Elysha for her time spent as the MAB Executive Officer. She will be greatly missed by us and we wish her well in her new adventure. I would like to welcome Erika Kelly to the MAB as the new Executive Officer. Erika has been involved in the MAB for quite a while and is the perfect choice for our new EO. There is no doubt in my mind that Erika will do an amazing job and pick up where Elysha left off. Welcome Erika! For the future, I would like to see the excellent participation in the MAB events stay strong. From the

Homes and Hops pub crawl we had in May to our Birdie with the Builders golf outing coming up at the end of July, it is awesome to see the attendance for these events. It is also encouraging to see participation from MAB members and Board Members in the Minot community. The strength of the MAB comes from its members and their involvement and that’s why I feel the future is bright for the MAB and look forward to see where the future takes us!

In closing: Everyone have a safe and enjoyable summer!

MEMO FROM THE EO ERIKA KELLY MAB EXECUTIVE OFFICER

HELLO! I’M YOUR NEW EO!

Hi! I would like to introduce myself as the new Executive Officer for the MAB. I am excited to get rolling in this position, and hope to continue to take the MAB in the positive direction it has been moving over the past few years.

great time for all our members. We have planned some fun new twists for the tournament this year. Looking forward to seeing you all out on the course!

We are also working on the Guns ‘N Roses trap shoot coming up in August, and the Parade of Homes that will I am a Minot native who currently lives in town with my quickly creep up on us in September! I am especially husband, Jordan, and two active sons, Kipton (age 5) and looking forward to the Parade of Homes, as I think this is Brooks (age 2.5). In the summertime, when I’m not busy SUCH an important event for members to connect with our with work, taking in t-ball games or swimming lessons, you community. This is the MAB’s 4th annual Parade, and I can find me on the golf course, out for a run in my know it will keep getting better and better each year! neighborhood, or enjoying a cold beverage in the Thank you for the warm welcome I have received so far. I backyard. Summertime is undoubtedly my favorite season look forward to meeting each and every one of you at all here in ND, and it is flying by at the speed of light. our upcoming events this summer and fall! I am so excited for Birdie with the Builders this month, as I have played in the tournament before and know it is a The MAB Homefront || 4 || Summer 2019

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MEMBERSHIP

MEMBER BENEFITS

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.

NAHB 2019 Live Online Courses  Marketing & Sales for Building Professionals (September 10, 17, 24)

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.

 Social Media (October 8, 15, 22) – New Course in 2019! Only in

Live, Online Format  Financial Management (November 5, 12, 19)

Take advantage of these courses, as well as other continuing education opportunities: https://elearning.nahb.org/

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MEMBERSHIP would like to extend a big THANK YOU to our members who are up for renewal this quarter. We RENEWALS We have loved working with you over the pas year and look forward to many years moving forward!!

Your continued support of the Minot Association of Builders helps us continue to work for you at a local, state and national level. Do you see your name here?? Don’t forget to renew your membership to get access to all the latest info, events, and exclusive sponsorship opportunities for your event. It is so easy to renew online — just visit www.minotab.com. Prefer to receive an invoice and mail a check for your renewal? Ok! Just email Erika at contact@minotab.com for more information.

JULY

Overhead Door Co. of Minot | Mandy Hanson

Accounting Solutions Inc | Marlys Magnuson

Schock’s Safe & Lock | Adam Untz

Birdy’s Hydromulching | Levi Bjertness

Souris River Designs & Home Improvement | Dave Lebrun

Central Power Electric Cooperative | Thomas Meland

Schock’s Safe & Lock | Adam Untz

Century 21 Action Realtors | Dawn Rasmusson**

Muus Lumber and Hardware | Casey Erickson**

I.B.E.W. | Robert Wolf

Muus Lumber and Hardware | Art Lautt Jr**

Leingang Home Center | Sid Belzer

Muus Lumber and Hardware | Ron Rudser**

Minot Automotive Center | Jeff Stebleton

Muus Lumber and Hardware | Loren Vannett**

AUGUST

Future Builders | Duane Johnson

Allied Building Products | Boyd Sivertson

Future Builders | Matt Geinert**

Border States Electric Supply | Mark Christopher

J & K Air Duct Cleaning | Jon Sheppard

Brady Martz & Associates | Todd Vandusen

Minot Lumber & Hardware | Joni Hoffer

Coldwell Banker—1sr Minot Realty | Todd Fettig**

NW Building Improvement | Larry Eidsness

Concrete Mobile | Hallie Schriock

Souris Valley Ready Mix | Susan Stewart

Elite Real Estate | Mike Buseth**

Trend Builders | Chad Leier

SEPTEMBER

Brokers 12 | DelRae Zimmerman**

Brokers 12 | Tiffany Albertson**

Dufner Construction | John Dufner

Brokers 12 | Kausha Bakk**

Elite Real Estate | Neil Gush**

Brokers 12 | Mark Bickler**

K&R Contracting | Phil Risbrudt

Brokers 12 | Brandy Halland**

Karl’s TV and Appliance | Troy Jensen

Brokers 12 | Kelsey Humphreys**

People’s State Bank | Rick Beall

Brokers 12 | Alyx Pederson**

Ready Builders Inc. | Stacey Abel

Brokers 12 | Angela Simonson** Brokers 12 | Jennifer Vollmer**

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** = denotes affiliate member

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The MAB 40 Below Crew threw one heck of a party in May! The Homes & Hops Bar Crawl featured five local bars in downtown Minot. Attendees ate, drank & partied like construction workers!!

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In June, some of our board members and committee members spent the evening at the ballpark! We watched the Souris Valley Sabre Dogs from the third base patio and had a fun evening! Thank you to our volunteers who keep the MAB running smoothly!

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MEMBERSHIP

MAB’S NEWEST MEMBERS

April 2019 - June 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. EMILY GROSSMAN, AFFILIATE MEMBERSHIP

MARCHELLE MANTZ, AFFILIATE MEMBERSHIP

COUNTRY FINANCIAL

COUNTRY FINANCIAL

FARMERS UNION INSURANCE— MARQUARDT HEILMAN AGENCY

STATE FARM –AARDAHL INSURANCE AGENCY

emily.grossman@countryfinancial.com

Steve Heilman 701-852-4061 www.fumic.com

Jessica Aardahl 701-839-3436 www.aardahlagency.com

BOB MARQUARDT, AFFILIATE MEMBERSHIP FARMERS UNION INSURANCE— MARQUARDT HEILMAN AGENCY

bob.marquardt@fumic.com

marchelle.mantz@countryfinancial.com

CLAERBOUT WOODWORKING & BUILDING LLC

Chris Claerbout 701-721-5106

Chrisclaerbout@gmail.com

EXCAVATING INC

FARSTAD OIL, INC

Jeff Anderson 701-839-1817 www.excavatinginc.com

Dan Dunstan 701-852-1194 www.farstadoil.com

CORNERSTONE CHIROPRACTIC

YOU COULD BE THE NEWEST MEMBER OF THE MAB!

Matthew Hansen 701-852-2800 www.yourcornerstonechiro.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

SHANE LIDER Minot Lumber

2

PAT BAILEY Muus Lumber

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 Erika Kelly (contact@minotab.com or 852-0496) and she’ll take it from there! (Reported thru 06/13/2019 from NAHB)

STATESMEN: (500-999 Credits) John Coughlin (505.5) SUPER SPIKES: (250-499 Credits) Bruce Walker (364.5) Todd Brady (361) Joe Stenvold (319.5) 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 (69.5) Bill Huber (68) Cindy Snay (60.5) Kal Larson (56) Karen Engle (55) LIFE SPIKES: (25-49 Credits) Joe Kraft (40) Pam Karpenko (35.5) Mitch Kraft (29) BLUE SPIKES: (6-24 Credits) Clyde Thorne (18) Lauri Hopwood (15) Matt Geinert (14) Dwight Flygare (9.5) Stacey Abel (8) Pat Bailey (7.5) Kevin Connole (7) Christopher Dahl (7) Phil Risbrudt (6) Erika Kelly (6) CANDIDATES: (1-5 Credits) Todd VanDusen (5.5) Melissa Francisco (2) Wendy Bailey (2) Dale Zarr (1) Hallie Lock (1) Tom Philion (1) Penny Perdue (0.5) Al Schall (0.5) MINOT ASSOCIATION OF BUILDERS


STAYING CONNECTED

MAB TRAVELS TO DICKINSON FOR NDAB STATE BOARD MEETINGS The North Dakota Association of Builders held its summer board of directors and NDAB-PAC committee meetings in Dickinson at the end of June. Board Members, Trustees, and Executive Officers came together to discuss happenings in the association and the NDAB Political Action Committee. Representation from Minot included: Pat Bailey (President), Joe Stenvold (Minot’s NDAB-PAC Trustee), Phil Risbrudt (board member), and Erika Kelly (Executive Officer). Between meetings, a social and cornhole tournament was held at Fluffy Fields Vineyard & Winery. Minot did not come home with the cornhole victory, but we’ll be back next year for a rematch! The next state board meeting of the NDAB will be held in Grand Forks in November. All MAB board members are welcome to attend these meetings to get a better look at what is going on around the state.

GET INVOLVED: MAB SEEKING PAC ALTERNATE TRUSTEE There is an opening for a NDAB-PAC Alternate Trustee from the Minot Association of Builders. Do you think you could help us fill this void? Our current PAC Trustee is Joe Stenvold and our association is required to fill the position of Alternate Trustee in case of Joe’s absence. PAC Trustees vote on behalf of their local association to help determine use of PAC funds, and also have the opportunity to speak with state and national legislators. Need to know more about NDAB-PAC?

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

Elections matter. That’s why it is so important for NDAB members to be engaged in the political process. Contributing to NDAB-PAC or BUILD-PAC is one of the best ways to be engaged and shape political outcomes. NDAB-PAC is the North Dakota Association of Builders’ Political Action Committee. It is a non-partisan political action committee which provides support for candidates who are friends of the building industry. BUILD-PAC, NAHB’s bipartisan political arm, helps elect pro-housing, pro-business candidates to federal office. PAC fund contributions made to either BUILD-PAC or NDAB-PAC ultimately benefit North Dakota. NAHB has a national lobbyist assigned to ND and works closely with NDAB on issues affecting the housing industry and asks for help in contacting the Senators and Congressman along with call to actions from our members. With the connections we have at the National level, NDAB has been building relationships with our delegation. NDAB members have the opportunity to meet with our two Senators and Congressman while in Washington, DC and back at home in North Dakota. At the state level, our funds help elect officials to the State Legislature where NDAB members have proven that our voices are being heard. Legislators and fellow lobbyists reach out to us for our support, opinions and call to action on bills that impact the home building industry. On a local level, our funds support city officials that understand and support the issues and concerns of builders and associate members.

If you are interested in (or know someone in our Association who would be great!) the PAC Alternate Trustee position, please contact Erika! contact@minotab.com The MAB Homefront || 10 || Summer 2019

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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 14th

OCTOBER

NOVEMBER

DEC. 5TH

BUILDING OFFICIALS

ROUNDTABLE

APRIL

I LIKE

IKE month

I LIKE

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ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN { resources } FOR HOME BUILDERS All builders have their standard collections of go-to design plans for their residential construction businesses. But where do you go to find fresh ideas and new inspiration for your next build? These five architecture and design websites are full of innovative and beautiful ideas that your home buyers will love.

ArchitecturalDesigns: Over more than four decades, this

trusted company has provided a wide selection of quality design plans for residential home construction. Comprised of home plans from architects and designers from across North America and abroad, its vast portfolio includes everything from green homes to high-end properties to verticallyoriented designs that conserve lot space. The website also includes a convenient search guide and extensive FAQ page to streamline the process, so you can easily find a fresh idea for your next build.

been mostly focused on higher-end, luxury properties. At its home plan platform, however, you can find a nice variety of design plans for buyers in nearly every income bracket. BHG’s design site includes an in-depth search box and listings of the most commonly searched-for categories. After selecting a home plan, you can select a variety of options that allow you to tailor a design to fit your unique preferences and needs.

Builder House Plans: The official house plan and blueprint

site of Builder Magazine, this valuable resource includes a gorgeous selection of design plans that are sorted into categories. Builders can search through the extensive collection based on all sorts of traits and preferences. Plans are also organized by individual designers, which is a very helpful feature if you are a big fan of a specific designer’s style. Builder House Plans also offers insight into trending architectural and design features to help builders appeal to modFreshome: If you’re simply looking for a resource with archi- ern buyers. tecture news and trends to help fuel your own design ideas, Freshome is a nice option. With thousands of sites and blogs HousePlans.co: Centering mostly on farmhouse-style linking to Freshome, the site represents a quality reference builds, this website provides design plans for builders workpoint for builders who want to acquire an overall idea of ing in and around rural and suburban communities. It has an what’s trending in the creative and ever-changing world of architecture and design. The site is a popular destination for impressive assortment of designs that artfully balance archiresidential construction professionals seeking inspiration to tectural perfection with practicality. But what makes the resource especially appealing is its ability to create a 3D modhelp them create better homes and find practical solutions el of a real house design. This allows builders to more accuto complications surrounding their building projects. rately visualize the results from a specific plan. It also allows them to communicate expectations to clients before they Better Homes & Gardens House Plans: Since it entered start pouring foundations. the real estate sector, Better Homes & Gardens (BHG) has (Source: www.2-10.com) The MAB Homefront || 14 || Summer 2019

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CONTRACTING CONCERNS

BUILDER CONFIDENCE HOLDS FIRM IN JULY Builder confidence in the market for newly-built single-family homes rose one point to 65 in July, according to the latest NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI) released today. This marks the sixth consecutive month that sentiment levels have held at a steady range in the low- to mid-60s. “Builders report solid demand for single-family homes. However, they continue to grapple with labor shortages, a dearth of buildable lots and rising construction costs that are making it increasingly challenging to build homes at affordable price points relative to buyer incomes,” said NAHB Chairman Greg Ugalde. “Even as builders try to rein in costs, home prices continue to outpace incomes,” said NAHB Chief Economist Robert Dietz. “The current low mortgage interest rate environment should be getting more buyers off the sidelines, but they remain hesitant due to affordability concerns. Still, attractive rates should help spur new home purchases in large metro suburban markets, where approximately one-third of new construction takes place.” Derived from a monthly survey that NAHB has been conducting for 30 years, the HMI gauges builder perceptions of current single-family home sales and sales expectations for the next six months as “good,” “fair” or “poor.” The survey also asks builders to rate traffic of prospective buyers as “high to very high,” “average” or “low to very low.” Scores for each component are then used to calculate a seasonally adjusted index where any number over 50 indicates that more builders view conditions as good than poor. All the HMI indices inched higher in July. The index measuring current sales conditions rose one point to 72, the component gauging expectations in the next six months moved a single point higher to 71 and the metric charting buyer traffic increased one point to 48. Looking at the three-month moving averages for regional HMI scores, the South moved one point higher to 68 and the West was also up one point to 72. The Northeast remained unchanged at 60 while the Midwest fell a single point to 56.

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CONTRACTING CONCERNS

PARADE OF HOMES: LET’S MAKE 2019 OUR BEST YEAR YET! Pictures might be worth a thousand words, and videos could be worth a million words. But an up-close and in-person look… that’s priceless. Specializing In All Types of Real Estate 701-852-3505 1541 South Broadway*Minot 800-735-4065 office@signalrealtors.com

Despite the significant advancements in technology, marketing strategies and information sharing that have developed in recent decades, most builders will agree there’s a huge advantage to giving consumers an old-school, first-hand look at their product. The evidence of that dates back all the way to 1946, when the Salt Lake HBA created the first-of-its-kind, coordinated exhibition for the public of newly built homes. And thus, the “Parade of Homes” was born. Seven decades later, the parade of homes concept not only remains, but it’s more popular than ever. Every year, more and more parade-like home showcases are created across the country. Some might be considered typical; others, not so much. But they all have a similar objective – to spark the interest of prospective clients. The words above are an excerpt from an article on the NAHB Website, and I couldn’t agree more. There is truly no better way to allow prospective clients to view your work, than to let them step inside a home built by your company. The Parade of Homes is still relatively new in Minot, but it is catching on and has so much potential. Attendees may be looking for a new home, a builder for their dream home, a contractor for a small-scale or large-scale remodel, or simply to see the newest trends in home design & construction. If you’ve been thinking you can’t afford to take the time, money and manpower needed for a Parade Home…..I say you can’t afford to miss out on all the possibilities walking through your front door. Registration is officially open for Minot’s Parade of Homes which will take place on Saturday, September 14th from 10am-4pm. I know many builders are not putting up model homes right now, but Minot’s Parade allows for variety. Think: Have you built a custom home that you would love to showcase? Have you completed a house flip or a substantial remodel in the last year or two? Although it may take a bit more planning an staffing, Parade Homes that are lived-in have been some of the most well-received homes in the past and we’d love to include these homes in the Parade this year. — Erika Kelly Visit minotab.com/parade for more details, a registration packet, and to sign up your home(s) for the Parade. We cannot wait to see what the 2019 Parade of Homes has in store, and are looking forward to helping you showcase your business and your work to all attendees!

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MAB UPDATE

SAVE THE DATE 8.27.2019 MINOT GUN CLUB

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MAB UPDATE

MEET OUR NEWEST BOARD MEMBER! Lauri Hopwood is the newest member of MAB’s Board of Directors and we couldn’t be more thrilled. Lauri is a Mortgage Banker at Dacotah Bank, and has been very involved in the MAB over the past few years. Lauri currently sits on our Events Committee and we look forward to her input and involvement in all areas the board serves. Lauri states that her goals as a board member are to “recruit new members and continue being active with events .”

Welcome, Lauri!

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APRIL WAS 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

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April, we focused on recruiting new members to the MAB as well as appreciating our current members! On April 18th, the MAB board of directors led a membership drive! From 8 AM to 12 PM, they called and visited potential members in hopes of recruiting them to this great association! Our report is

that we recruited 5 total new members to the association as a result of these efforts. Welcome to our newest members! (you can find them on Page 9!)

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REALTORS IN THE NEWS

SIGNAL REALTORS

BROKERS 12 Now a Broker Associate with Brokers 12 Real Estate

Lori Soltis, a REALTOR® at Brokers 12 in Minot, was issued a Real Estate Broker license through the North Dakota Real Estate Commission. Lori had completed the requirements needed including extensive education and passed the Broker’s examination to obtain this upper level license. Lori began her career in Real Estate in 2016. Since then she has been selling real estate, been a top producing agent and was also honored with the 2017 Minot Board of REALTORS Rookie REALTOR of the year award. She is a member of the Minot Multiple Listing Se vice, the North Dakota Association of REALTORS, the Minot Board of REALTORS and has volunteered for various community organizations such as Meals on Wheels and local soup kitchens. Her strong work ethic, natural desire to assist others, the importance of “Never Stop Learning” and her dedication are a few of her keys to success. You can contact Lori by phone 701-721-6455 or 701-852-3757 or by her email: lori@brokers12.com.

Brittanee Musi

REALTORS:

701.500.0294 Brittanee@Brokers12.com

Send us your news! We want to know what is happening in your business, what you are doing in the community, and any trends in the housing market.

Brezzi Zembas 307.220.3421 Brezzi@Brokers12.com

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CITY, COUNTY AND STATE

MINOT BUILDING PERMITS 1200 1133 1056 1000 840 800 598 600 363 191 181 400 292 200 0 2011

2012

2013

201 4

209 60 95 2015

Single Family

2

2016

53 38

68

2017

2

31 0

2018

2019

Multi-Family

MINOT BUILDING PERMITS APRIL 2019

JUNE 2019

MAY 2019

BUILDING PERMIT TYPE

NUMBER OF PERMITS

PERMIT VALUATION

NUMBER OF PERMITS

PERMIT VALUATION

NUMBER OF PERMITS

PERMIT VALUATION

Single Family Dwelling

16

$1,597,000.00

6

$792,000.00

8

$1,260,000.00

2

$248,000.00

Industrial/Agricultural

3

$52,000.00

Offices, Banks & Professional

1

$111,000.00

Townhouse

Structures Other than Buildings

3

$70,000.00

3

$140,000.00

Residential Remodel

8

$537,000.00

7

$153,000.00

5

$182,000.00

Residential Addition

1

$80,000.00

3

$564,000.00

3

$71,500.00

Commercial Remodel

4

$1,802,000.00

8

$1,060,000.00

11

$1,498,000.00

1

$400,000.00

5

$140,000.00

Commercial Addition Detached Garages & Carports

2

$26,000.00

Attached Garages & Carports

Accessory Buildings (Sheds)

1

$8,500.00

Deck Egress Window

1

$4,000.00

5

$136,000.00

2

$80,000.00

2

$59,000.00

1

$3,000.00

3

$30,000.00

13

$85,900.00

2

$3,000.00

2

$6,000.00

1

$5,000.00

MH

Temporary Structures

3

$4,000.00

2

$2,000.00

3

$21,000.00

2

$20,000.00

61

$3,857,400.00

Demolition—Residential

1

$7,000.00

9

$57,000.00

Demolition—Commercial

4

$136,000.00

1

$10,000.00

1

$50,000.00

Interior Demolition—Commercial Residential Relocation

1

$10,000.00

TOTAL

42

$4,277,500.00

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$3,386,500.00

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CITY, COUNTY AND STATE

CITY MAKING PROGRESS ON BLIGHTED PROPERTIES

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Evidence of continued recovery from the 2011 flood is becoming more apparent throughout the valley. The City of Minot has begun demolition of six more blighted homes as part of a federally funded effort to restore neighborhoods impacted by the City’s worst natural disaster. Using federal Community Development Block Grant funding, six structures have been purchased through voluntary acquisition to remove blighted properties. The first of these structures was razed on June 4. Minot Mayor Shaun Sipma initiated the removal of these six blighted homes by using heavy equipment to help demolish the structure at 1607 Burdick Expressway East. “These zombie homes have been part of our city for far too long, and while we have much work remaining, we’re happy to begin removing more of these homes,” Sipma said. “We’re moving forward to become a more resilient community, and that means these zombie homes must be removed when we get the opportunity. I’m more than happy to help demolish this one.” Six structures are scheduled to be demolished this summer, leaving 26 structures on the list of blighted properties. For perspective, that’s less than 1 percent of the properties in the valley damaged during the 2011 flood. Work continues on the remaining blighted properties, either to acquire and demolish the structures or to have the owners repair the structures. “These homes are outside the footprint of the ongoing Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection project, which means we can’t use funds from the National Disaster Resilience competition for acquisitions,” Sipma said. “We thank Housing and Urban Development for approving our request to use funds from a previous allocation to continue rehabilitating our neighborhoods.” Because acquisitions are voluntary, the City does not have a timeline of when all blighted properties may be restored or purchased.

(source: www.minotnd.org)

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40 BELOW CORNER

MARK YOUR CALENDARS! Our 40 Below committee is cooking up another fun event! Join us for a softball game between 40 Below and 40 Above members. The game is open to all MAB member businesses and employees. Help us spread the word! Stay tuned for details on the MAB website & Facebook page.

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BISMARCK, ND – The North Dakota Industrial Commission has approved new eligibility limits for programs that assist state residents, typically first-time buyers, with a home purchase. Administered by North Dakota Housing Finance Agency (NDHFA), the programs provide low-cost financing, and down payment and closing cost assistance. “North Dakota Housing Finance Agency has helped more than 45,000 households achieve homeownership,” said members of the commission in a joint statement. “The support provided has benefitted not only the individuals and families who purchased homes, but also the communities in which they established themselves.” The Industrial Commission, consisting of Gov. Doug Burgum as chairman, Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring and Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, oversees the agency. Through NDHFA’s FirstHome™ program, low- to moderate-income buyers who have not owned a home in the last three years, can receive the purchase assistance. The agency’s HomeAccess program provides special needs households who may have previously owned a home with the same support.

The commission approved maximum income limits for the programs of $84,500 to $115,690. The acquisition cost limits were set at $283,348 to $305,330 for a single-family home and approved higher limits for existing twoto four-unit properties. The program limits vary depending on household size and the county in which a financed home is located. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Internal Revenue Service regulate the income and acquisition cost limits respectively. “Last year was record-breaking for our homeownership division,” said Jolene Kline, NDHFA executive director. “With the support of our private-sector partners, NDHFA provided 1,798 first-time homebuyers with more than $300 million in purchase assistance.” In 2018, the average FirstHome loan purchased by NDHFA was just under $166,000, and the average borrower’s household income was $58,600. Private-sector lenders originate the loans on NDHFA’s behalf and sell them to the agency when they are closed. Parties interested in learning more about the agency’s programs will find information online at www.ndhfa.org or by contacting a participating lender.

NDHFA is a self-supporting state agency dedicated to making housing affordable for all North Dakotans.

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NDAB NEWS

KIM SCHNEIDER

NDAB CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

OPIOIDS According to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), People who work in construction are significantly

more likely to become addicted to opioids, like prescription painkillers, than other workers in the general population and are six times more likely to die as a result of overdose. In addition to the health and well-being of the employee, the impact on a business can be significant and includes loss of

productivity, healthcare expenses, absenteeism, turnover and much more.

On average, 130 Americans die every day as a result of an

There are close to 200 fatal and non-fatal opioid

hour, including at least two from workers in the home building industry.

points across the spectrum of prevention, treatment, recovery and return-to-work. The materials are available to NAHB members and nonmembers alike to help increase the reach of these valuable resources which can be found at nahb.org/opioids. NAHB resources as they are finalized. These tools will complement similar efforts by federal, state and local governments and NAHB website. A proactive approach to this crisis with knowledge and without stigma is critical to the health of the industry and the

people who work in it.

More than 700,000 people died as a result of a drug Take care, Kim Schneider

overdose between 1999 and 2017.

solutions and educational resources that address intervention

healthcare organizations, which can also be found on the

overdoses in the U.S. every day. That’s eight overdoses per

and misuse, viewing the problem holistically and creating

plans to continue this initiative and update and add to these

opioid overdose.

NAHB is taking an innovative approach to address opioid use

Around 68% of the more than 70,200 drug overdose

deaths in 2017 involved an opioid.

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NDAB NEWS

BOB HORAB NDAB 2019 PRESIDENT

ANOTHER NDAB SUMMER EVENT IN THE BOOKS!

Jim Silrum, the Deputy Secretary of State, spoke to the

Board and guests about the changes that will occur with I would like to thank everyone that came out to Dickinson for

Measure 1 and how it will effect organizations like NDAB.

our Summer Meetings and the 2019 Summer Event which was held at Fluffy Fields Vineyard & Winery located in Northeast

Dickinson. I would also like to congratulate Nate Applegren

Reagan gave an update on Leg Con as well as upcoming

and his Executive Officer Stacy Anderson on winning Boss of

Membership drives and Retention programs.

Reagan Van Cleave is the Regional Field Rep from NAHB.

the Toss at our 3rd Annual Corn-hole Tournament. ND Association of Builders hosts three signature events a year and

Looking ahead to the coming months let us focus on

they are an excellent time to recruit new members, get

membership and retention. Matt Milroy will be speaking at our

existing members more involved and introduce them to

November Annual Meeting in Grand Forks. He will be

various staff, members and sponsors from around the

presenting Membership Back to Basics: a good overview on

state. With Membership Recruitment and Retention being one

recruitment and retention fundamentals. There will be time for

of our highest priorities it is important to show these new and

discussion including exchanging ideas on things that have

potentially new members the value of a 3-in-1 Membership.

worked in your local area as well as ideas that Matt has picked up during his time as Regional Field Rep.

NDAB was lucky enough to have some special guests come and present at our Board of Directors Meeting June 27th:

Until next time,

Bob Horab

Wayde Sick from the ND Department of Career and

Technical Education. Wayde gave a great presentation available. He asked that anyone willing to participate in a short survey that can be found by emailing sara@ndbuild.com..

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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

DICKINSON AREA BUILDERS ASSOC. LINDSAY LANGE, EXECUTIVE OFFICER 701-483-0660 | DICKINSONAREABUILDERS.COM

The 2019 July 9th Golf Outing has SOLD OUT!

The HBA of F-M's will be hosting out Muddy Boots Picnic July 24th.

August 20th HBA of F-M will host the second Golf Outing

HBA of F-M's Fall Parade of Homes is set for September 28th-29th.

The Remodeled Home Tour is October 5th & 6th.

Mark your calendars! The Awards Gala & Annual Meeting is October 29th.

The DABA Annual Golf Scramble is quickly approaching. We are gearing up for another great day filled with fun, food and friends on August 8th. Shotgun start at 1:00 PM. Registration is available at dickinsonareabuilders.com

Mark your calendar for the 4th Annual Parade of Homes, September 14th & 15th. WESTERN AREA BUILDERS ASSOCIATION AMBER ELIZONDO, EXECUTIVE OFFICER 701-572-5744 | WILLISTONBUILDERS.COM •

August 20th we will be holding our Annual Membership Appreciation Picnic at Davidson Park.

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

Grand Forks Country Club will be hosting the 26th Annual Golf Outing on September 12th.

Forx Builders Association is proud to be the host city for NDAB's 2019 Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet November 21st & 22nd.

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

The BMHBA/BMBOR Annual PAC Golf Tournament is July 11 at Prairie West Golf Club in Mandan. Registration is open online at bmhba.com/events.

The association has applied for NAHB’s National Housing Endowment Career Connection’s Grant. The funds would be utilized to implement building software program in local high schools.

The BMHBA will be hosting our Sporting Clay Shoot August 1st.

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 John Gunkelman - Dakota Construction of Fargo, Inc 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 || Summer 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.

The MAB Homefront informs readers of building trends, local updates, legislative issues and upcoming events.

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NATIONAL NEWS

NAHB MEMBERS CONVERGE ON CAPITOL HILL Nearly 700 NAHB members from across the nation converged on Capitol Hill in early June for NAHB’s 2019 Legislative Conference to urge their lawmakers to support policies that will increase the production of quality,

affordable housing and keep the housing recovery moving forward. “We are sending a loud and clear message to members of Congress that there is an urgent need to implement innovative solutions to ease the nation’s affordability woes and enable more families to achieve homeownership or have access to suitable rental housing,” said NAHB Chairman Greg Ugalde. In nearly 300 individual meetings with their representatives and senators, NAHB members discussed the following key housing issues: Workforce and immigration Trade policy Housing finance reform Low-Income Housing Tax Credit National Flood Insurance Program Building energy codes Cluster mailboxes Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) addressed the members before their Hill visits and cited the need to reduce

regulatory burdens and taxes to help the residential construction industry. “I want you to be able to build faster, cheaper and smarter by getting rid of regulations and red tape,” said Barrasso. “If we want to grow the economy, we need to lower taxes and get rid of punishing regulations.” The senator also expressed support for two other NAHB priorities: ratification of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement and a long-term reauthorization of the National Flood Insurance Program.

In a key victory for NAHB, President Trump has put housing at the forefront of the national debate by signing an executive order that cites the need to cut costly regulations that are hampering the production of more affordable housing. After attending the White House signing ceremony, NAHB Chairman Greg Ugalde issued an official statement, which is excerpted below: “NAHB applauds President Trump for making housing a top national priority. With affordability near a 10-year low, the executive order underscores that the White House is ready to take a leading role to help resolve the nation’s afford- ability crisis. “Given that homeownership historically has been part of the American dream and a primary source of wealth for most American households, the need to tackle ongoing afford- ability concerns is especially urgent. "We are pleased that the president’s executive order calls for the formation of a White House Council chaired by HUD Secretary Ben Carson that will seek to reduce regulatory barriers that are making housing more costly.”

PRESIDENT’S EXECUTIVE ORDER ADDRESSES REGULATORY BARRIERS TO AFFORDABILITY

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NATIONAL NEWS

NAHB UNVEILS RESOURCES FOR HOME BUILDERS TO ADDRESS OPIOID CRISIS NAHB News | June 10th The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) rolled new resources, “Opioids in the Home Building Industry: Making it Your Business,” to help residential construction companies address the opioid crisis facing the home building industry. People who work in construction are significantly more likely to become addicted to opioids, like prescription painkillers, than other workers in the general population and are six times more likely to die as a result of overdose. In addition to the health and well-being of the employee, the impact on a business can be significant and includes loss of productivity, healthcare expenses, absenteeism, turnover and much more. “Opioid addiction is our nation’s leading public health crisis, and it affects people across all socioeconomic classes, races, genders and jobs, and the home building industry is no exception,” said NAHB Chairman Greg Ugalde, a home builder and developer from Torrington, Conn. “NAHB is pleased to provide resources and possible solutions to this issue affecting so many lives.” The resources provided by NAHB are the culmination of a year-long effort between NAHB senior leaders, local home builder association leaders, members, staff and Advocates for Human Potential Inc., who helped develop the materials. The initiative was funded through a generous grant from the Job-Site Safety Institute (JSI).

“JSI is committed to advancing research and education to help stem the tide of the opioid epidemic’s reach into the home building industry,” said JSI Executive Director Gary Hill. NAHB is taking an innovative approach to address opioid use and misuse, viewing the problem holistically and creating solutions and educational resources that address intervention points across the spectrum of prevention, treatment, recovery and return-to-work.

The materials are available to NAHB members and non-members alike to help increase the reach of these valuable resources. The resources include:

• • • • • •

An executive training package, including a webinar and related downloadable materials, that explains why action is needed in the home building industry A supervisor training package on interventions in the workplace that includes a podcast and comprehensive written guidance A supervisor training package on preventing opioid misuse in home building Resources on pain management alternatives to opioids Fact sheets that explain the risks associated with taking opioids, identifying nonmedical opioids like heroin, and identifying medical opioids A comprehensive state-by-state guide of resources available locally

NAHB plans to continue this initiative and update and add to these resources as they are finalized. These tools will complement similar efforts by federal, state and local governments and healthcare organizations, which can also be found on the NAHB website. (source: www.nahb.org)

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