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Understanding-Michigans-Continuing-Competency-RequirementsMichigan builders and maintenance and alteration contractors must renew their state-issued license every 3 years. As part of the renewal process, all applicants must complete certain continuing competency requirements. What are the continuing competency requirements for Michigan builders? What activities count towards these requirements? This article will answer those questions. 

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Posted By Heather Morales

As a home builder in the state of Michigan, you’re no doubt aware that green homes continue to grow in popularity among home buyers.  A new study from McGraw-Hill confirms it. According to the report, “Green Multifamily & Single Family Homes: Grow in a Recovering Market,” 73 percent of single-family builders and 68 percent of multi-family builders say consumers are willing to pay more for green homes.

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Posted By Nick Caputo

Michigan builders are cautiously optimistic about prospects for new home construction in 2015.

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The local economy here in Michigan is spurred by local business; makes sense, right? When more people are working and buying things locally, the local economy looks better. It’s effectively a circle. Michigan builders involved in residential home building know this truth better than most. We really see this in effect when the local economy is good, business is booming for most licensed general contractors, and the economic future of our state has a bright outlook. Let’s look at how the Michigan building economy affects local business and local builders.

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Residential building projects have been on the rise for the last year or so. Michigan is home to some very talented residential contractors. Licensed builders who have held their license for more than 6 years must complete three hours of training every three years before their license renewal date in order to qualify for renewal. Newer contractors must complete three hours of continuing education each year with a total of 21 hours every three years. Our job at Michigan Builders License and Continuing Competency School is to ensure that those builders are staying on top of their game and have met licensing requirements.

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