Join a Council

NAHB Councils target specific disciplines within the home building industry and give members with common interests the opportunity to exchange ideas, further their education, and develop policies that benefit their areas of interest. Each group focuses on developing activities and resources that promote specific business interests. Take a moment to learn more about the specific benefits of joining one or more of NAHB’s councils.

20 Clubs

The 20 Clubs are owners of building and remodeling companies from non-competing markets across the country whose discussions are focused on real-world solutions to help improve each other’s operations and increase their bottom lines. Learn more

55+ Housing Industry Council

The 55+ Housing Council is the only national organization that serves builders and industry professionals who build homes for one of the fastest growing housing segments. Learn More

Building Systems Councils

Serving as the leading voice of the entire systems-built housing industry, the Building Systems Councils is dedicated to promoting the benefits of factory-based construction to builders and consumers. Learn More

Multifamily Council

The Multifamily Council represents NAHB members who construct, develop, own and manage market-rate and affordable rental apartment buildings, condominiums for sale, student rental housing and mixed-use development projects. Learn More

NAHB Remodelers

Expand your business knowledge, connections and credibility by joining NAHB Remodelers and accessing top-notch education, information and opportunities to engage with other remodeling professionals. Learn More

National Sales & Marketing Council

For members looking for ways to jump start their sales and marketing programs. Boost your potential by tapping this council’s specialized services and resources. Learn More

NAHB Professional Women in Building

For women in every area of the industry. Professional Women in Building is designed and governed by women in the industry, for women in the industry. Learn More

If you are interested in starting a council in your own HBA, contact or 800-368-5242 x8351.