The Home Builders Association of Georgia Mission Statement
The Home Builders Association of Georgia is a trade organization dedicated to creating, promoting, and protecting an ongoing successful environment for affordable housing in order to benefit its members and the citizens of Georgia.
The association is committed to offering opportunities for members to improve their abilities to conduct business with integrity. The association encourages member involvement in assisting communities to meet the need for affordable, quality housing.
The Home Builders Association of Georgia (HBAG) is part of a three-tiered federation of organizations who share a common mission: to serve the housing industry and provide expanding opportunities for all consumers to have safe, decent and affordable housing. Individual members join local associations, which in turn are affiliated with the Home Builders Association of Georgia and the National Association of Home Builders.
This structure enables the association to address regulatory issues and insure representation of the housing industry at all levels of government. Portions of each member’s local association dues go to support HBAG & NAHB. The role of the HBAG is to support the local associations throughout the state of Georgia, advocate for the housing industry at the state level and act as a liaison between the local and national organizations. HBAG provides numerous educational programs, produces several publications for members, and maintains standing committees for Government Affairs & Regulatory Affairs. HBAG also recognizes the service of outstanding association members with the Hall of Fame and Builder, Associate & Executive Officer of the Year programs.
Your continued support of your local home builders association is critical to the continued growth of the housing industry and your business, ensuring the concerns of builders are heard in the State House and on Capitol Hill. Together we can make a difference!
For more information about membership or to find the local in your area, please contact the HBAG at 404.763.2453.