Top 10 Best-Selling NAHB Titles at 2020 IBS

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The IBS Store, powered by NAHB BuilderBooks, was a key destination for attendees to pick up publications to help build their business during the NAHB 2020 International Builders’ Show® (IBS). Here were the most popular titles from the show. All titles are available as e-books, so you can purchase your copy and get right to learning, wherever you are.

2018 Home Builders' Jobsite Codes2018 Home Builders’ Jobsite Codes
This is the pocket-sized companion to the International Residential Code discusses the impact of 2018 code changes and commonly asked questions. It includes more than 100 detailed illustrations and useful tables and will quickly become as indispensable to you as your cell phone, tape measure and level.

Cost of Doing BusinessCost of Doing Business Study, 2019 Edition
Whether you build two homes a year or 200, the information compiled in this study provides statistics and analysis so you can see how you compare to other builders across the country. This one-of-a-kind resource discusses financial performance according to builder type and size and industry-wide averages using key indicators, such as gross margin, net profits, cost of sales, operating expenses and financial ratios.

Finding Hidden ProfitsFinding Hidden Profits: A Guide for Custom Builders, Remodelers, and Architects
Great craftsman and project managers aren’t always good at numbers or paperwork. This book will help you develop those skills through practical advice, simple formulas and useful tips so you can begin to find the hidden profits in your business.

Home Builder ContractsHome Builder Contracts & Construction Management Forms
This book/CD combo contains 95 of the most useful business forms and contracts for builders, including sales and marketing forms, contracts and agreements, trade contractor specifications and checklists, orientation and quality control documents and much more. You’ll save hours of work, which can translate to saving hundreds of dollars, with every form you use.

Jobsite Safety HandbookJobsite Safety Handbook, Fourth Edition (New)
The latest edition of this popular handbook covers the key safety issues residential builders and trade contractors need to focus on to reduce accidents and injuries.

 

Managing Your BusinessManaging Your Business with 7 Key Numbers (New)
Many builders and contractors struggle to get a clear picture of where their business is in the moment and where it’s heading financially. This book will help you see where you stand every day—with every job—by monitoring seven key numbers that drive all profit and cash flow.

 

Remodelers Cost of Doing BusinessRemodelers’ Cost of Doing Business Study, 2020 Edition (New)
This resource provides benchmarks that remodelers need to compare their business to other similar remodeling firms as well as the entire industry. The study provides information on important indicators, including gross and net profit, assets and liabilities, owners’ equity and financial ratios.

 

Social Media MarketingSocial Media Marketing for Your Business
This book illustrates how to create a winning marketing plan by carefully setting goals, creating strategy and targeting audiences. It will help you take a long-term approach to building and maintaining an effective marketing plan with social media as a main component.

 

Residential Construction Performance GuidelinesResidential Construction Performance Guidelines, Contractor, 5th Edition
This is a compilation of the most widely used recommendations for how homes should perform during the warranty period. It will help builder and remodelers manage customer expectations and resolve customer complaints, while delivering high-performance homes.

 

What Home Buyers Really WantWhat Home Buyers Really Want, 2019 Edition
In this latest study, the analysis shows not only what the typical, average buyer wants in terms of features, layout, technology or community amenities, but also how those preferences differ based on demographic factors, such as age, race/ethnicity, geographic location, income or price point.

In this latest study, the analysis shows not only what the typical, average buyer wants in terms of features, layout, technology or community amenities, but also how those preferences differ based on demographic factors, such as age, race/ethnicity, geographic location, income or price point.

Get your copies of these and other industry-specific resources today at BuilderBooks.com.

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