Basics of Building

Build your housing industry expertise by learning about the residential construction process from the ground up! Those in housing and construction-related fields, like vendors, suppliers, brokers, retailers, builder/remodeler company staff, REALTORs® and others will learn what it takes to build or remodel a home. With that knowledge, you will learn how to build more effective and profitable relationships with the builders and remodelers you work with.
As a graduate of this course, participants will be able to: •Describe product types, current trends and stakeholders in the residential construction industry •Contrast and elaborate on the sales and marketing functions of the residential construction industry •Articulate the criticality and complexity of land acquisition and development •Outline types of financial tools available to support building and remodeling projects •Assess strategies to strengthen the relationship between suppliers and builders/remodelers •Explain the critical path of steps in the residential construction process •Describe the importance of post-construction activities: closing, customer care and after-the-sale service

This Course Qualifies For: •6.0 AIBD CE •6 CE for all NAHB Designations except HCCP

Course Information

When: October 17, 2019
8:30 AM to 5:30 PM

Where: 101 West Ohio Street, Suite 710
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Contact: Abigail Campbell
101 West Ohio Street, Suite 710
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Phone: 317-917-1100

NAHB Member Fee: $25.00
Non-member Fee: $50.00
Sponsoring HBA: Indiana BA - 1500
Sponsoring HBA Website:

CGA, CGP, Master CSP