HBAT's Day on the Hill was a success! Our members rallied on Capitol Hill to address housing issues and making home ownership a priority in Tennessee.
The Home Builders Association of Tennessee is proud to announce The Home Builders of Tennessee Benefits Trust (HBATBT). A healthcare solutions that gives you and your employees access to quality healthcare benefits. Access to board certified physicians Finally, a healthcare solution for the members of the Home Builders Association of Tennessee. You do not need [...]
The HBAT Annual Fall Meeting was a huge success. Our committees convened during the 2 day conference at the Westin Nashville Downtown to discuss important issues affecting the home building industry. We had a few guest speakers during this event, Builders Mutual Insurance Company and an immigration attorney addressed the group during our lunch sessions. The [...]
Welcome Jimmy Franks, Home Builders Association of Tennessee's 2019 President.
2018 Associate of the Year John Proffitt Congratulations Clay Cochran for being selected the 2018 Associate of the Year by your peers.
Kevin Woodward was awarded the coveted 2018 Builder of the Year Award. Congratulations Kevin.
"It is encouraging to see builder confidence return to the high 60s levels we saw in the spring and summer,” said NAHB Chief Economist Robert Dietz. “With a tight inventory of existing homes and promising growth in household formation, we can expect the new home market continue to strengthen at a modest rate in the [...]
"Nowhere is the law of supply and demand more evident than in the housing market. Home prices recently surpassed their pre-recession peak, confirming what we already knew: Supply is insufficient. In 2017, a projected 840,000 single-family homes will have begun construction, compared to more than one million prospective buyers." Read More [...]
"Thanks to the generosity of area residents and the charitable services of Two Men and a Truck — not to mention a significant amount of coordination through the HBA leadership and its members — two 26-foot box trucks filled to max-load capacity with donations arrived in Texas earlier this week." Read More [...]