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  • Think Bigger

    Posted on Aug 27, 2018 in:
    • Guest Post
    • Councils
    • Professional Women in Building
    • Events
    When someone asks you to think big, what is your first thought? For some of us, the answer would be, “Yeah, right.”
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  • PRESS RELEASE: Master Builders Association Hires Jeremy Hall as Its New Chief Operating Officer

    Posted on Aug 9, 2018 in:
    • Press Releases
    • MBAKS News
    Bellevue, Wash—August 9, 2018—The Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties (MBAKS) is excited to announce that Jeremy (Jerry) Hall will join the organization as the chief operating officer. Hall, most recently principal of Brightspeed Consulting, formerly served as COO of two medicolegal services companies. He has an extensive background in strategic planning and maximizing operations efficiency. He will join MBAKS on Monday, August 13.
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  • Sure is Hot Out There. So Why’s the Market Cooling Down?

    Posted on Aug 7, 2018 in:
    • Industry News
    Is that faint rumbling we hear in the distance carryover from Seafair Weekend and its barrage of air and sea entertainment? Or could it be that ever-elusive housing bubble finally popping and coming back down to normal levels of absurdity?
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  • August 2018 Builder's Bulletin: Population Growth in Washington Down Slightly, but Still Strong

    Posted on Jul 27, 2018 in:
    • Builder's Bulletin
    Puget Sound Region’s population as of April 1, 2018 was 4,134,660. Over the past year, the region added 67,860 people, which is down from last year but still strong.
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  • Master Builders Association Names Lowe Director of Government Affairs

    Posted on Jul 5, 2018 in:
    • Advocacy
    • Press Releases
    • MBAKS News
    MBAKS Executive Director Kat Sims says, “In our continued efforts to advocate for the builders and residents of our great region, Marco’s experience with city government will be an asset to our association members as well as the cities and homeowners for which they build market-rate, middle-income and affordable-housing options.”
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