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The Home Builders Association of the Grand Traverse Area, Inc. is a professional association of industry leaders who support legislative, educational and economic initiatives to promote home ownership in our community. The Association was chartered in 1970 and represents the five counties of Antrim, Benzie, Kalkaska, Leelanau and Grand Traverse.

HBA Scholarships

Through scholarships, the HBAGTA supports students in our area who have chosen to make skilled construction trades their career choice.  Scholarships are awarded in the spring and fall.

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Become a Member Today!

Become a part of the difference! You and your organization have the opportunity to be a part of an organization that is developing the skilled trades through school/student outreach and scholarships.

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Workforce Development

The HBAGTA is partnering with members, educators, and state and local organizations to address the construction industry’s labor shortage and to develop a skilled workforce for the future.

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HBAGTA Foundation

Our mission is to advance sustainable careers in housing through fundraising, charitable contributions and workforce development.

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Get Involved

Join one of our active member-run committees or councils. You can find the perfect way to get involved for your schedule and mission when you join the association.

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Member Corner

Welcome New Members

Anchored Construction
Zachariah Rouse

Bob Thornton Builder
Robert Thornton

Don Hollis

J. Scott Smith Visual Designs
Dan Slater

June's Virtual General Membership Meeting

June 22nd @ 5:00 p.m.
via Zoom

Member Saving Opportunities

Log into your NAHB account or visit the HBA of Michigan website for links to these savings!

Steve Eveleigh of Northwest Carpentry was elected as the HBAM Region 1 VP in October 2019.  As a Past President of the HBAGTA, Steve has a great grasp of how decisions on the statewide level impact our local builders and industry.  Steve has pledged to be a conduit between the state organization and local associations.  Reach out to him with your concerns and thoughts.

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