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NAHB serves the home building, development and remodeling industry by promoting policies that encourage the production of quality housing that meets the needs of families across the economic spectrum. We stand for a safe workplace, cost-effective rules and regulations and sustainable construction practices.
All the information you need to buy, build, finance, remodel or maintain your home.
Find builders, remodelers, award programs, meetings and events, NAHB committee members and professional designation holders.
NAHB economists track economic trends, forecasts and indices for you so you can plan for company’s future. Our legal staff promote better business for our industry through their efforts in the courts, educational seminars, and ordinance review.
NAHB educational courses and designation programs expand your knowledge and enhance your position in the market.
See how NAHB mobilizes its grassroots on key issues, builds successful coalitions, educates national leaders and uses its political action committee to support pro-housing candidates.
NAHB is a Federation of more than 700 state and local home building associations – from large metropolitan associations of more than 1,000 members and dozens of education, advocacy and networking initiatives to smaller, rural associations with as few as 20 home builder members.
What all associations have in common is a passion for community service. You’ll never find a more generous group of people than home builders, whether they are raising money for worthy charities, volunteering in mentoring programs, or doing what they do best: building. Home builders, remodelers, and their trade and professional partners construct everything from playhouses to wheelchair ramps to home additions to brand-new houses for deserving families.
Larger home building associations often have their own charitable foundations and support multiple philanthropic efforts. But that doesn’t mean that teams of committed volunteers from smaller associations can’t accomplish great things.
We’d like to know about your organization’s work and how our members can help you so we can help associations of all sizes find a good fit.
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