Why Advertise with NAHB?
NAHB's business-to-business advertising offers you the opportunity to reach niche construction industry audiences. Additionally, NAHB's targeted customer base will make your return on investment for advertising higher than in general business-to-business and consumer magazines. If you would like to learn more about advertising please fill out our information request form and indicate your areas of interest.
nahb.org is one of the most visited websites for builders and developers, with more than 300,000 unique users visiting the site each month. These users rely on thousands of pages of content for industry news, housing data, professional resources and much more.
NAHB offers a variety of digital marketing solutions including:
CPM banner advertising on nahb.org
Sponsored webinars for lead generation
For more information, download the digital opportunities media kit, or contact Andrew Flank at 202-266-8059.
Building Women Magazine
Placing your ad in Building Women will increase your exposure to a lucrative market of high-income professionals who are active and involved decisions-makers in the building industry. You can harness the phenomenal purchasing power of these builders through the decision-making members of Professional Women in Building, who are among the most powerful women in the building industry! Catering to an average of 1,000 women nationwide, Building Women readers include:
- Single- and multifamily builders/developers
- Architects and designers
- Interior designers and merchandisers
- Financial service providers
- Market researchers and consultants
- Real estate brokers
- Sales and marketing professionals
- Other related groups in the building industry
For more information please contact Don Berey at 800-368-5242 x8208.
Published bi-monthly as an interactive, digital magazine, Sales + Marketing Ideas is the premier resource to help builders improve their bottom line. It provides the industry with the latest trends and techniques in new home sales and marketing with how-to articles to help builders to make and/or save money. Article topics include market research, advertising, promotion, sales office and model merchandising, sales techniques and management, planning and budgeting, and direct mail.
National readers include:
Single- and multifamily builders/developers
Financial service providers
- Marketing consultants who are involved from the initial research and feasibility studies of new homes and communities to a successful sell-out. They either make or have tremendous influence on product selections for the models, sales centers, and ultimately the 600,000 new homes starts.