Benefits of NAHB
Your membership entitles you to discounts on vehicles, shipping, cell phone plans, computers, car rentals, office supplies and more. NAHB’s purchasing power means big savings! Click here for a complete list of discounts.
Protecting housing and helping builders surmount obstacles to success leading the charge to protect its members interests by urging lawmakers to reduce burdensome regulations, adapting sensible workforce development, and enacting housing finance system reforms.
NAHB’s educational arm, HBI, is a national leader for career training in the building industry. It provides students the skills and experience they need for successful careers through pre-apprenticeship training, job placement services, mentoring, certification programs, textbooks and curricula. Click here to learn more about HBI.
Home Innovation Research Labs helps its clients in the residential construction industry overcome barriers to innovation so that they can improve the quality, durability, affordability, and environmental performance of homes and home building products. Click here to learn more.
NAHB provides numerous legal resources for members and for state and local association staff. While the NAHB staff counsel cannot replace your local attorney, we may be able to help with legal research, litigation funding, and/or litigation strategy, depending on the situation and the issues involved.
NAHB serves members and local home builders associations with legal ordinance reviews, land development ordinance reviews and economic impact analysis. These services can provide critical information in support of proposed development and building projects.
BUILD-PAC’s mission is to elect pro-housing candidates to Congress in order to defend housing and the home building industry, guard against harmful regulations and protect your business. A contribution to BUILD-PAC is not just an investment in your industry, it is an investment in your personal business. Click here for more information.
When we reach out to members of Congress, we have an impact on the decisions they make. BuilderLink, NAHB’s national grassroots program, advances the housing industry by connecting members of Congress to the people who matter most – their constituents. Click here for more details.
NAHB offers a total of 13 professional designations for builders and remodelers, sales and marketing professionals and those involved in affordable housing. At present, there are more than 12,000 active designees, including almost 1,000 who earned designations in 2014.
NAHB Education is focused on providing the education resources that members need to stay abreast of the latest trends and best practices in residential construction.