Grow Your Business
2018 HBA Signature Events
A direct link to your target audience
Whether you're a Builder or an Associate member of the HBA, you need opportunities that create valuable exposure for your brand and your business. The HBA offers a wide range of signature events throughout the year that provide a direct link to your target audience. Our new Signature Events brochure is an important tool that can help you decide which of our sponsorships to include in your 2018 marketing and advertising strategy. When you're ready to get started, contact Shirley Rouse at 719-592-1800 x 117.
More Than Sticks & Bricks
A Sales & Marketing Council presentation
Homebuilding has evolved over the last decade and not all homes are built alike! Come learn why "Cost per square foot" is more important than "price per square foot" when buying a new home.
Find the best value for your buyers by demonstrating the features that improve comfort, create healthier indoor air quality, provide lasting durability and reduce utility bills. Be the best resource for your customers by understanding the important differences between resale, code built and high performance homes. Taught by national known sales trainer Todd Gamboa, President, Building Trust. Earn 4 CEU Credits for attending! Learn More
Need a professional? Start here
If you're ready to turn your dream into a reality, the HBA has resources to help you every step of the way. Our Membership Directory will lead you to builders, remodelers, trade contractors, Realtors, interior designers and much more. From a simple project to a complete build, from a newly signed loan to a SOLD sign in the yard, you'll find the right housing professional for the job at the HBA.
Keep the Conversation Going
Last Thursday at the Broadmoor Hotel, HBA members had the privilege of gaining industry insight from some influential
policy makers: EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, NAHB Chief Executive Officer Jerry Howard, and NAHB Executive Vice President and Chief Lobbyist Jim Tobin. At this exclusive event, members heard encouraging updates and possible next steps on topics including regulatory reform specific to stormwater regulations and the Clean Water Act's Waters of the U.S. rule, tax reform, labor shortage and immigration reform. Administrator Pruitt shared his common-sense approach to getting things done, as well as the value he puts on including stakeholders in discussions at the federal level. Read NAHB's event summary.