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Volume 4: Issue 6 June 2020
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Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, NAHB members are meeting needs in their communities. Below are just a few of the many examples of members making a difference in this time of crisis.
Cleaning for First Responders
Southwest Montana Building Industry Association (SWMBIA) member Buffalo Restoration utilized its skills as a damage restoration and disinfectant company to aid area police and fire departments. The company volunteered to disinfect dozens of vehicles for the Bozeman police and fire department and Gallatin County sheriff, detention center, and search and rescue.
84 Lumber, based in western Pennsylvania, and its sister company Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, donated $500,000 to the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. Its donation was combined with funds raised through a challenge by a local
television station for a total donation of more than $1 million, enough for more than 5 million meals.
Wisconsin Food drive
Racine-Kenosha Builders Association (RKBA) and Wisconsin Builders Association member Bear Homes LLC organized two “Fill the Truck” donation drives at a local grocery store. The drives brought in over 2,500 pounds of food and paper products for Shalom Center, a Kenosha-based shelter, food pantry, and soup kitchen.
NAHB Members Respond to Community Needs During Crisis
Buffalo Restoration volunteered its disinfecting skills in Gallatin County, Mont.
Financing a Home While in Forbearance
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have issued temporary guidance regarding the eligibility of borrowers who are in forbearance, or have recently ended their forbearance, looking to refinance or buy a new home.
Borrowers are eligible to refinance or buy a new home if: They are current on their mortgage (i.e. in forbearance but continued to make their mortgage payments or reinstated their mortgage); and, three months after their forbearance ends, they have made three consecutive payments under their repayment plan, or payment deferral option or loan modification.
Guidance on PPP
The Small Business Admin- istration, in consultation with the Treasury Department, has released the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan Forgiveness Application and detailed instructions.
The form and instructions inform borrowers how to apply for forgiveness of their PPP loans, consistent with the CARES Act. SBA will also soon issue regulations and guidance to further assist borrowers as they complete their applications, and to inform lenders about their responsibilities.
Importance of Home
Homes have been central fixtures during the COVID-19 crisis, and will continue to be as we move forward in the months ahead. To showcase the value of home building within communities as we rebuild from the pandemic, NAHB has created a public service announcement video. NAHB members are encouraged to share the video via social media and post it on their websites.
OSHA Requires COVID-19 Recordkeeping
OSHA on May 22 announced new policy requiring businesses subject to recordkeeping requirements to record work-related cases of COVID-19 on OSHA injury and illness logs.
The new policy requires most employers to investigate whether the illness was transmitted on the job, but it applies only to employers currently subject to OSHA’s recordkeeping requirements. Many home builders are exempt from most of the requirements. NAHB is working with HUD to make implementation of the policy as practical as possible.
OSHA Considering Tree Care Standard
OSHA is considering a new standard on tree care operations that could add additional requirements to workers when dealing with trees, including those on construction sites.
OSHA states that fatality and injury rates for tree trimmers are extraordinarily high and that there is
no existing OSHA standard for Tree Care Operations.
Job Losses Surged in March
The number of job losses in the construction sector more than tripled between February and March as the economy was hammered by the public health response to COVID-19.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) data reveals there were 618,000 layoffs in the construction sector in March, a striking increase over the 202,000 total in February and a 245% jump over the 179,000 count in March 2019.
The March data showed that the layoff rate in the construction industry surged to 8.1% in March from a 2.6% level in February. This was the highest rate recorded in the history of the JOLTS data, which began at the end of 2001.
Roughly 22% of builders cut home prices in April 2020 in order to bolster sales or limit cancellations, according to the latest NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI) survey.
As a historical comparison, the 22% of builders reducing home prices in April 2020 is less than half the share who cut prices during the worst months of the
last housing recession: 52% in May 2007 and 49% in March 2008.
Builders who did reduce home prices in April 2020 cut them by an average of 5%. That discount is smaller than the average price cuts in both May 2007 (7%) and March 2008 (8%).
Only 12% of builders think price discounts are “very effective” in bolstering sales/ limiting cancellations. A majority of builders — 58% — believe they are “somewhat effective,” and 17% report they are “not at all effective.” The remaining 13% are not sure about the effectiveness of price reductions.
Regionally, builders in the South (26%) and Midwest (23%) were most likely to have reduced prices, compared with much smaller shares in the West (13%) and Northeast (12%).
Survey Finds 22% of Builders Cut Home Prices in April
Oklahoma Adopts Affordability Law
In a victory for home builders and housing affordability, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt (R) has signed into law legislation to limit cities and counties from requiring purely aesthetic building design that would needlessly raise the cost of housing.
The measure is a response to residential design changes proposed by several cities that would prohibit exterior finishes such as vinyl, wood and aluminum siding that are otherwise permitted under all editions of the International Residential Code. The cities’ proposed changes would make housing more expensive, harming many low- and moderate-income households.
The Oklahoma Home Builders Association (OkHBA) led a coalition of organizations in pushing for the legislative remedy.
Housing Stands Poised to Lead a Recovery
NAHB's Robert Dietz provided the following economic outlook on Friday, May 29, 2020.
With one major exception, this week’s housing data showed some signs of stabilization after an effective two-month pause for major portions of the U.S. economy. While most indicators are down year-over-year, there are hints of a rebound in the data, provided businesses can continue to reopen as the virus slows its growth. As the housing sector enters this recession underbuilt, it is a sector with both pent-up housing demand and sensitivity to low interest rates, which places it in a good position to recover more quickly than other sectors of the economy.
Indeed, in the most promising sign, mortgage purchase applications increased for the sixth straight week, supported by historically low mortgage rates (3.4% average). Data from the Mortgage Bankers Association found a 9% week-over-week gain, with a 54% improvement since early April and standing at the highest level since mid-March.
These gains foreshadowed the surprise in the April new home sales data from the Census Bureau. The estimates revealed that the seasonally adjust annual sales pace of new, single-family homes was effectively unchanged from March, with the measured volume at a 623,000 annualized rate. The surprising April data (NAHB expected close to a 20% decline), and strong start in January and February, left new home sales for the first four months of the year 1% higher than the first four months of 2019. The April rate is nonetheless 20% lower than the January pace. A downward revision is still possible for the April sales estimate, but the initial report is a reminder of housing’s potential to lead a recovery.
The resale housing market did not fare as well as the newly-built market in April. As estimated by the National Association of Realtors, pending resales fell almost 22% for the month, with projected sales volume down 34% compared to a year ago. Listings have declined as owners of existing homes have been reluctant to place their residences on the market. In turn, this tight inventory environment has benefitted ready-to-occupy new construction as housing demand shows relative strength.
Ultimately, whether the recent momentum in housing markets can be sustained depends on the labor market. It is the job numbers where the contrast between the recent gains for mortgage applications run counter to ongoing, historic challenges for employment. First-time jobless claims continued to be too high, but they are slowing. This week’s total was 2.1 million, leaving a net count of almost 41 million job losses (25% of the workforce) in just 10 weeks. However, continuing claims (ongoing unemployed) declined from 24.9 million to 21 million – a suggestion of renewed hiring.
This macroeconomic uncertainty was also reflected in a staggering jump for the national savings rate, which increased to 33% in April, by far the highest reading since the government began measuring it in the 1960s. The rate was just 7.9% in January, with the recent gains a strong indicator of economic concerns as households build cash reserves. Consequently, consumer spending fell approximately 14% in April, but these savings, combined with increasing economic opportunity from the reopening of various sectors, should allow an unlocking of a significant amount of pent-up consumer demand. That impact, plus ongoing improvement in housing, should help set the stage for better economic data ahead.
We will continue to update our outlook as more data become available. Further information can be accessed on NAHB’s Coronavirus Preparedness webpage.
Join FABA for a local Ecomonic Update with
NAHB Cheif Economist Robert Dietz on
Tues, June 30th, 10:45am - 12pm via Zoom
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The Fredericksburg Area Builders Association has compiled updates from state and each of the local governments in the Fredericksburg area regarding changes, closures, inspections, and building permits that may impact day-to-day residential construction operations. Each locality in our service area is listed below alphabetically.
If you have additional information or questions for FABA regarding COVID-19 closures or disruptions, please email Maria Moore email@example.com call 540-898-2730.
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Governor Northam Announces Phase Two Guidelines to Further Ease Public Health Restrictions in most of Virginia Starting June 5, 2020
Governor Northam signed Executive Order Sixty-Five and presented the second phase of the “Forward Virginia” plan to continue safely and gradually easing public health restrictions while containing the spread of COVID-19. The Governor also amended Executive Order Sixty-One directing Northern Virginia and the City of Richmond to remain in Phase One.
Most of Virginia is expected to enter Phase Two on Friday, June 5, as key statewide health metrics continue to show positive signs. Virginia’s hospital bed capacity remains stable, the percentage of people hospitalized with a positive or pending COVID-19 test is trending downward, no hospitals are reporting PPE shortages, and the percent of positive tests continues to trend downward as testing increases. The Governor and Virginia public health officials will continue to evaluate data based on the indicators laid out in April.
“Because of our collective efforts, Virginia has made tremendous progress in fighting this virus and saved lives,”said Governor Northam. “Please continue to wear a face covering, maintain physical distance, and stay home if you are high-risk or experience COVID-19 symptoms. Virginians have all sacrificed to help contain the spread of this disease, and we must remain vigilant as we take steps to slowly lift restrictions in our Commonwealth.”
Executive Order Sixty-Five modifies public health guidance in Executive Order Sixty-One and Sixty-Two and establishes guidelines for Phase Two. Northern Virginia and the City of Richmond entered Phase One on Friday, May 29, and will remain in Phase One to allow for additional monitoring of health data. Accomack County delayed reopening due to outbreaks in poultry plants, which have largely been controlled through rigorous testing. Accomack County will move to Phase Two with the rest of the Commonwealth, on Friday, June 5.
Under Phase Two, the Commonwealth will maintain a Safer at Home strategy with continued recommendations for social distancing, teleworking, and requiring individuals to wear face coverings in indoor public settings. The maximum number of individuals permitted in a social gathering will increase from 10 to 50 people. All businesses should still adhere to physical distancing guidelines, frequently clean and sanitize high contact surfaces, and continue enhanced workplace safety measures.
Restaurant and beverage establishments may offer indoor dining at 50 percent occupancy, fitness centers may open indoor areas at 30 percent occupancy, and certain recreation and entertainment venues without shared equipment may open with restrictions. These venues include museums, zoos, aquariums, botanical gardens, and outdoor concert, sporting, and performing arts venues. Swimming pools may also expand operations to both indoor and outdoor exercise, diving, and swim instruction.
The current guidelines for religious services, non-essential retail, and personal grooming services will largely remain the same in Phase Two. Overnight summer camps, most indoor entertainment venues, amusement parks, fairs, and carnivals will also remain closed in Phase Two.
Phase Two guidelines for specific sectors can be found here. Phase One guidelines sectors are available here. Visit virginia.gov/coronavirus/forwardvirginiafor more information and answers to frequently asked questions.
The full text of Executive Order Sixty-Five and Order of Public Health Emergency Six is available here.
The full text of amended Executive Order Sixty-One can be found here.
Statewide: Executive Order 63 – Face Covering Requirements/Workplace Safety Regulations
On Tuesday, May 26, Governor Northam issued Executive Order 63 requiring Virginians to wear face coverings while inpublic indoor settings to help contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. This requirement becomes effective Friday, May 29. The Governor also directed the Department of Labor and Industry to develop emergency temporary standards to prevent workplace exposure to COVID-19. Click here to read to full text of Executive Order 63. For more information on how to wear, make, or clean face coverings, please visit the Center for Disease Control’s website here.
Continue maintaining social distancing on job sites and in offices if teleworking is not feasible
Utilize virtual/electronic meetings with customers and employees to the greatest extent possible
Wash hands, job site tools, and workspace surfaces frequently
By-appointment only for model homes and open houses; have employees utilize face coverings during appointments
While scheduling appointments, have employees suggest that the customer bring a face covering to the appointment
During local building department inspections:
Bring face covering in there is a chance that you will interact directly with the inspector
Plan ahead with the local building inspector – minimize the number of individuals inside the home; if feasible, allow inspector to conduct his or her review while builder/contractors are outside or in a car.
Caroline County Will Partially Reopen County Buildings to the Pubic on JUNE 1, 2020.
The following offices will reopen to the public on June 1, 2020:
Department of Planning/Department of Fire & Rescue (*Front counter/waiting area only with a maximum occupancy of three (3) people)
Department of Public Utilities/Public Works
The following offices will reopen on June 1, 2020 BY APPOINTMENT ONLY:
County Administrator’s Office - (804) 633-5380
Department of Finance -(804) 633-5380
Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office - (804) 633-9834
Treasurer’s Office – (804) 633-5291
Registrar’s Office*- (804) 633-9083 (*In person voting for theJune 23rdprimary is by curbside only in front of the Registrar’s Office. Voters will need to call the office and remain in their cars to vote.)
Department of Economic Development - 804-633-4074
Department of Social Services**- 804-633-5071 (**Doors will remain locked and appointments will be escorted in by DSS staff. Most needs will be met by meeting clients at the door or in the parking lot.)
The following offices will remain closed to the public until further notice:
Department of Parks & Recreation (*Contact the Department of Parks & Recreation at (804) 633-7277 for information about available programs)
Library (**Curbside library service will resume on June 1 Monday through Friday at most branches)
Caroline County Visitor Center
Bathrooms in all buildings will remain closed to the public in the Phase 1 reopening
County facilities remain unavailable for rental by the public
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, ENTRY PROCEDURES, AND OTHER DETAILS CAN BE FOUND BYCLICKING HERE
CITY OF FREDERICKSBURG
City Government buildings are closed to public access. City departments are still available for your needs; and phone and emails are being answered. Conduct all City Business Online.
Work on permits and new construction will continue as able.
Permits can be picked-up in the Council Chambers lobby area accessed off of Hanover Street.
The City is still performing inspections. Schedule inspections by calling 540-372-1080.
Please mail in payments to P.O. Box 7447 Fredericksburg, VA 22404.
Planning and Zoning Services:
You can still submit applications via email by submitting to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please submit payments by mail to P.O. Box 7447 Fredericksburg, VA 22404.
Environmental inspections are currently being limited.
For information on how to submit for plan reviews, zoning requests and historic information please call 540-371-1179.
Culpeper County Buildings are closed to the Public. If at all possible, please conduct any and all business by phone or email. This includes general inquiries, submission of permits, plans and paperwork.
Building Department:As we strive to provide continuity of services as administered by the Building Department during this time and still comply with Local, State and Federal directives regarding the outbreak of COVID-19, we ask the following of our customers for the foreseeable future:
If at all possible, please conduct any and all business by phone or email. This includes general inquiries, submission of permits, plans and paperwork. We will accept email submission for permit and application requests. CLICK HERE
Requests for face to face meetings should be severely limited in order to help with social distancing guidelines.
Certain plan submittals and other paperwork that cannot be submitted via electronic means or postal mail can be left on the table in our lobby with contact information and completed applications. We ask that you please respect the social distancing parameters as marked in our lobby when submitting these plans.
No customer will be turned away, but we all need to do our part to minimize the spread of COVID-19. We truly appreciate your patience and help during this time.
Daily Inspection Schedule:https://web.culpepercounty.gov/Government/DepartmentsA-C/BuildingDepartment
KING GEORGE COUNTY
King George County Government Offices will close to the public, daily, at 3:30 p.m. to allow time for County staff to clean and sanitize their work areas.
Permit Applications are typically accepted in person, via fax, email or by mail. Our department does not accept digital/PDF plans; therefore applications that require plan review are ideally submitted in person or by mail.If you have difficulty or questions when completing your application, contact the office at 540-775-7111.
Inspections -All inspections are required to be requested by phone one (1) day in advance before 3:00PM by calling 540-775-7111. Please provide the building permit number and the owner or contractor name when calling in for inspections. A two hour inspection time window can be provided if a call is placed to our office on the day of the inspection between 8:00AM and 8:30AM.
Inspections left by voicemail or email will not be honored.
Effective Monday March 23, 2020all county departments will be operational; however, buildings will be closed to the publicuntil further notice.CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
Spotsylvania County Buildings are OPEN to the Public in Limited Numbers with Social DistancingCLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION
Buildings and offices are opening to the public through normal business hours or by appointment only. County urges the public to continue using contact-free options. Residents are encouraged to reach staff by phone and email Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm, use drop boxes at designated locations, as well as utilizing the county’s online resources and payment options.
USPENSION OF INSPECTIONS OF OCCUPIED RESIDENTIAL DWELLINGS DUE TO THE CURRENT COVID-19 VIRUS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.Please click here for additional information.Inspections are continuing, but those inside occupied homes will follow the protocol in the notice from the Building Official found byclicking here.
05.18.20: Utilities Department Open By Appointment Only
The Department of Utilities/Public Works is open by appointment only during normal business hours, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please call 540-507-7300, Press Option 1, or email email@example.com for assistance and scheduling. There is a drop-box located curbside in front of the building for correspondence and start/stop water service applications.
Permit Center, Building, and E&S: 540-507-7222 firstname.lastname@example.org
Economic Development: 540-507-7210 email@example.com
Planning & Zoning: 540-507-7434 firstname.lastname@example.org
Stafford County Buildings have reopened, use of Online Systems is Highly encouraged.
Planning and Zoning:
All new submittals – construction plans and site plans – shall be through E-Plans. Other Filers are encouraged to use our online services. For more details, visit the website. Appointments will be made for only a few cases. Call (540) 658-8668 orVisit our webpage for more information.
Department of Public Works:
Fully operational, open to the public. The public is encouraged to continue to use online and phone services to conduct business remotely.
Community Development Services Center: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Staff is available via phone, email and Live Chat. CDSC (540) 658-8650.
Code Review and Inspections:
Inspections available, exceptions may apply:Remote Inspection Policy(540) 658 - 8650.
Capital Construction: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (540) 658-7300. Projects continuing forward.
Visit webpage for more information or to schedule a virtual appointments
Apply for a permit.
Community Development Services.
Apply for Permitsor call (540) 658- 8650
Permit Application Status
Pay Permit Fees
Utilities Pay Water and Sewer Bills
Utilities Start New Service
Planning and Zoning Applications.
OTHER COVID-19 RESOURCES:
CDC: Resources for Large Community Events & Mass Gatherings
ASAE: Issue Roundup: Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)
World Health Organization (WHO)
Virginia Department of Health (VDH)
MPI: Coronavirus Resources for Meeting Professionals
PCMA: What Business Events Professionals Need to Know About the COVID-19 Coronavirus
IAEE: Coronavirus Resources
THE FREDERICKSBURG CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HAS SOME BUSINESS RECOVERY RESOURCES ON THEIR WEBSITE
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#SafeReturnFXBG – A Guide to Responsible Re-entry to the Workplace
The Safe Return Fxbg Guide provides a road map for organizations of all types across the region to use as we re-open our workplaces, while considering the public health needs of our workforce, stakeholders, customers and community. (Work In Progress) The Chamber will continue to update it with the latest and most accurate information.
HBAV & NAHB Information
Department of Labor’s (DOL’s) has issued two new posters notifying employees of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), which must be posted or otherwise communicated to workers by April 1, 2020. The DOL recently made minor updates to the non-federal employee poster. Below, please find the revised posters:
Non-Federal Employee Rights|Spanish Federal Employee Rights|Spanish
The Associates Advisory Council meets the second Wednesday of each month at 9 am. This committee is chaired by the Associate Vice President and plans and organizes several FABA events, and keeps the association focused on the needs of all members.
June 9th, 11:00AM
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Spotsylvania County Bi-Monthly Meeting
Spotsylvania County Builders Roundtable
Fredericksburg City Quarterly Meeting
King George County Quarterly Meeting
Calendar at a Glance
Upcoming County Meetings
All FABA Events have been postponed until it is safe to gather in large groups.
We are working to start scheduling events so save these dates
August 29th - Crab Feast
September 15th - Disc Golf
October 8th - Fall Golf
November 5th - Annual Meeting
FABA's first priority has been, and will continue to be, the safety of our members. Both on the job site, at the work place and at social events.
Thank you for your continued support of the Fredericksburg Area Builders Association and the Building Industry in Virginia.
Renewed FABA Members (May 2020)
Renewed Builder Members
Steve Spratt Development, Inc
Renewed Associate Members
Carter Machinery Company, Inc
Dominion Engineering Associates, Inc
Germanna Center for the Workforce
Green Century, LLC
ReicoKitchen & Bath
Soil Savers Erosion Control Inc
Sorenson Outdoor Services
Spaces Design Studio, LLC
Spotsylvania Career and Tech Center
Stafford County Vocational Education Foundation
The Childress Agency
Virginia Partners Bank
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FABA works to educate, promote and represent the building industry while enhancing the region’s quality of life.
NAHB Student Chapters
The FAB Foundation is chaired by group of voluntary directors who work to help the Fredericksburg area community through several initiatives.
FAB financially supports non-profit organizations in the Fredericksburg region that specifically coordinate and provide home repair and safer living conditions for those in need. Helping make repairs and improvements related to home ownership affordable.
With a greater emphasis on the growing need for Workforce Development in our region, FAB has partnered with local educators and has established two local NAHB Student Chapters in Stafford and Spotsylvania counties, and will continue working toward the establishment of student chapters in all the municipalities that we serve.
FAB Foundation has grant opportunities available for those looking to learn a trade and to potentially partner with member mentors and job placement opportunities. For more information on all the good that FAB Foundation does, call Maria Moore, Fredericksburg Area Builders Association Executive Vice President, at 540-898-2730, email at email@example.com, or go to www.fabava.com and select FAB Foundation tab.
We currently have 3 active high school student chapters
1. Stafford High School
2. Spotsylvania Career and Technical Center
3. Caroline High School
2020 FABA Board of Directors
Spaces Design Studio
1st Vice President
Assurance Financial Group
2nd Vice President
Immediate Past President
Associate Vice President
Embrace Home Loans
J. Hall Homes
Republic Home Builders
Legacy Engineering, PC
The Legislative Committee meets monthly to discuss the status of local and state level legislation that affects the building industry. For more information from each county, plan to attend the Legislative Committee meeting - third Thursday of the month at 8:30 am.
The FAB Foundation board of directors meets monthly to discuss ways to involve the association with local workforce educators and help promote workforce development in our area. If you would like to be invoived with these students, contact FABA for more information.
Part of being a great volunteer is loving what you're doing. Find something that you're passionate about or something that inspires you, and then find a need in your community. There are dozens of reasons why you should volunteer - you just need to find the one that feels right.
20 GREAT REASONS TO VOLUNTEER
- Help others
- Make a difference
- Find purpose
· Enjoy a meaningful conversation
· Connect with your community
· Feel involved
· Contribute to a cause you care
· Use your skills in a productive way
· Develop new skills
· Meet new people
· Explore new areas of interest
· Meet good people
· Impress your mom
· Impress yourself
· Expand your horizons
· Get out of the house
· Make new friends
· Strengthen your resume
· Feel better about yourself
The Community Service Committee plans and organizes FABA's outreach and service in the local community and partners with members and non-profit groups to find ways to give back.
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