Why Our members join
Opportunities abound within the HBAMT for you to create strategic business partnerships that will benefit you and your company.
Respect and Recognition
Membership in the HBAMT offers you an opportunity to gain recognition in your community as well as the respect of your industry colleagues.
Workers Comp Insurance
HBAMT members are eligible for a unique workers compensation program which enables you to level costs previously unavailable through traditional insurance means. In fact, most participants have actually enjoyed more savings than the cost of membership dues.
As your advocate in Middle Tennessee and on Capitol Hill, the Association constantly develops positive legislation for the home building industry by providing technical assistance and expert testimony to our lawmakers. HBAMT continuously monitors regulatory agencies such as EPA, OSHA and local building codes departments to testify on behalf of the building industry and keeps members informed.
At HBAMT’s monthly meetings, you will have the opportunity to meet new business contacts and share ideas and information with fellow builders and associates. You’ll find the contacts you make at Association functions to be invaluable to your business.
Your annual HBAMT dues automatically enroll you as a member of the HBA of Tennessee (HBAT) and the National Association of Home Builders NAHB). In addition to NAHB on the Internet, updates from the Housing Research Center and articles in Builder magazine and The Nail keep you ahead of the game on the latest housing industry issues.
friendship & fun
You’ll enjoy meeting people and making new friends at many of our social events including the annual Golf and Fishing Tournaments. HBAMT schedules many year-round social events designed for fun and relaxation.
promoting the industry
HBAMT puts the industry’s best foot forward with projects like the Southern Showcase of New Homes, Homearama, the Parade of Homes and the Annual Home Show. Our association is equally proud that each of our terrific events gives back to the community through charities such as Habitat for Humanity, Kids on the Block and the Tennessee Special Olympics.