The Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association is on the front lines, advocating and educating on behalf of the homebuilding industry across the metro area’s nine counties and more than 60 municipalities. Check in frequently to stay up to date on the latest issues affecting your business.

Stephen Davis | Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association

GAHBA Staff Liaison:
Stephen Davis | 678-775-1428 | sdavis@atlantahomebuilders.com

MEET THE COMMITTEE LEADERSHIP

UPCOMING EVENTS

The Government Affairs Committee meets on the third Tuesday of each month from 10 am to 12 pm at the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association office: 1 Dunwoody Park, Suite 200, Atlanta GA.

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BUILDERS POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE (BPAC)

The Builders Political Action Committee (BPAC) makes political contributions to local and state candidates throughout metro Atlanta and in the state legislature. It does not contribute to federal election campaigns and is not affiliated with NAHB’s Build PAC. As a HBA member, you are encouraged to recommend a candidate to whom BPAC should contribute. Requests should be made to your Government Affairs Committee Chairperson and are then passed to the BPAC trustees.

 

Click Here to Learn More About BPAC

 

Click Here to Contribute to BPAC Online

Contributions to BPAC may also be mailed to the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association. Please make checks out to GAHBA and write “BPAC” in the memo line.

BUILDER ACTION FUND LEGAL ASSISTANCE

The HBA’s Action Fund is the legal arm of the association’s government affairs program.  It was created to provide financial support for important legal cases, political affairs projects and other initiatives that advance the industry’s public policy interests.  The goal of the fund is to improve the legal and regulatory climate for the home builders of metro Atlanta. The fund is a useful resource for the HBA to challenge local government laws and regulations and assist members in doing the same; increase member political involvement; and publicize important public policy issues.

The Action Fund is managed by a committee, which meets six times a year or as necessary. The committee establishes and maintains the Action Fund funding guidelines; considers funding requests from HBA members; identifies issues and initiatives worthy of support; and determines how Action Fund assets are used.  Any HBA member may request assistance from the Action Fund.  To do so, please log in here  to access an Action Fund guidelines and application form.