Membership in Association offers many benefits to home building professionals

"Every man owes a part of his time and money to the business industry in which he is engaged. No man has a moral right to withhold his support from an organization that is striving to improve conditions within his sphere." - Theodore Roosevelt

Who joins?

Professionals involved in home building, remodeling, multifamily construction, property management, subcontracting, design, housing finance, building product manufacturing, wholesaling and distribution, and other aspects of residential and light commercial construction.

Why do they join?

Your Dallas Builders Association membership is a 3-in-1 membership that works for you locally, statewide and nationally, giving you a full spectrum of benefits, resources, services, and opportunities for participation. Your membership puts you in a unique position to learn, network, and improve your bottom line when you put your membership to work.

Dallas Builders Association and Texas Association of Builders:

Provide political influence.
Home building associations nationwide form a network with the political experience and influence to forge pro-housing initiatives on the state and local levels in order to create a more favorable environment for your business.

Open doors for networking.
Sharing time and ideas with peers helps members find proven solutions and make valuable business contacts.

Enrich your education.
Stay up-to-date, in compliance, and ahead of the competition.

Create opportunities for recognition.
Awards and association articles highlight your accomplishments and keep you motivated.

Your membership gives you the tools you need to improve your bottom line. Learn how to reduce costs, increase your profit margins, and effectively deal with today's toughest issues through the year-round educational and training programs. Rise above the competition by completing any of the designation programs, such as Certified Graduate Builder or Certified New Home Sales Professional and many others.

Members are a phone call away from NAHB's team of legal research staff, economists, finance experts, librarians, and regulatory and technical specialists. They will direct you to answers to your business of industry questions or discuss your concerns free of charge.

Get help on everything from contracts and compliance to impact fees and beyond. And, DBA's publications, newsletters, and Web site are excellent sources of the most current information on the industry.

Membership makes your voice a powerful instrument of change at the local, state, and national levels. As "The voice of the housing industry, " NAHB fights for your interests. Ranked No. 11 on Fortune Magazine's "Power 25" lobbying organizations, NAHB has the strength in numbers to defeat excessive regulations and needless red tape and defend affordable housing initiatives-on Capitol Hill, in your home state, and in the communities where you do business.

For more information on how you can get involved contact the membership department: email form.