Items Tagged with 'Home Builders Association of Greater Grand Rapids'


Builders kicking off Spring Parade of Homes

May 23, 2018
The local Spring Parade of Homes is starting this weekend. Read More

Footwear brand gives work boots to students

May 17, 2018
A footwear brand has given work boots to high school seniors interested in careers in construction. Read More

Homebuilders open spring Parade of Homes

May 25, 2017
More than 70 homes will be featured in the spring Parade of Homes. Read More

Homebuilding market reflects bustling economy

Interest growing in Grand Rapids’ fall Parade of Homes, which runs through Oct. 22.

October 14, 2016
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) West Michigan homebuilders are a confident bunch, and the numbers bear out that self-assurance. Read More

Builders map listings for Fall Parade of Homes

October 6, 2016
The Fall Parade of Homes across the Grand Rapids market begins this weekend. Read More

Homebuilders start Spring Parade of Homes

May 19, 2016
The Spring Parade of Homes across West Michigan is set to begin. Read More

Change Ups: Builders honored for community service

February 26, 2016
The Home Builders Association of Greater Grand Rapids Foundation recognized Sable Homes with the Home Builders Care Award, Home Repair Services with the Community Builder Award, and Habitat for Humanity Kent with the Next Generation Workforce Development Award at its Home and Hearth Awards & Benefit. Read More

Home builders group tries to rebuild its brand — and membership

HBAGGR touts region’s economic vitality as good reason to invest in homes.

December 4, 2015
At its height more than 10 years ago, the Home Builders Association of Greater Grand Rapids had more than 1,300 members. Read More

Homebuilders produce fall Parade of Homes

September 30, 2015
It’s time for the fall Parade of Homes. Read More

Parade reveals home-building surge

Now more construction workers are needed to meet the growing demand.

July 17, 2015
Thousands may have attended the 2015 Spring Parade of Homes, but in Nelson Van Elderen’s mind, there were generally only three kinds of visitors. Read More