State and National Affiliations
The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) is a Washington, D.C. based trade association whose broad mission is to enhance the climate for housing, homeownership and the residential building industry.
A federation of more than 800 state and local associations, NAHB represents more than 140,000 members nationwide. About one-third of NAHB’s members are home builders and/or remodelers. The others are associates working in closely related specialties such as sales and marketing, housing finance, and manufacturing and supplying building materials.
Since its inception in the early 1940’s, NAHB has served as “the voice of America’s housing industry.” Its primary goals are to ensure that housing is a national priority and that all Americans have access to safe, decent and affordable housing, whether they choose to buy a home or rent.
NAHB’s various groups analyze policy issues, take the industry’s story to the public, monitor and work toward improving the housing finance system, and analyze and forecast economic and consumer trends. They also provide a wide range of business-related services to members and Home Builder Associations. NAHB also represents the industry’s interests on Capitol Hill as it strives to ensure that all housing remains a national priority when laws are made and policies are established. NAHB also works with federal agencies on regulations affecting the housing industry in areas such as mortgage finance, codes, energy and the environment.
Chartered on 1963, the North Carolina Home Builders Association is a trade association consisting of builder and associate member-firms and a network of local builder associations and chapters throughout North Carolina. NCHBA is affiliated with the National Association of Home Builders.
NCHBA comprises of the many thousands of hard working men and women who pool information and efforts to provide the collective clout and muscle the home building industry needs…for self protection, for the benefits of its members, and for the protection of home buyers. The benefits of the association and the building industry accrue not only to its members, but also to the general public at large through the enhanced economic and social benefits derived from a viable building industry.
NCHBA plays a key role in helping maintain consistently higher industry standards of conduct, quality, and ethics. Membership in NCHBA helps crystallize collective opinions in order to effect change in Congress, the N.C. General Assembly, the courts and regulatory agencies.
If you are a home builder or a supplier to the industry, the representation you receive from NCHBA through its affiliation with the National Association of Home Builders is vital vital to your interests, your needs and your survival in America’s largest industry.