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Welcome to the Home Builders
Association of Fayetteville

Mission

The Home Builders Association of Fayetteville’s mission is to serve, advocate, and promote the local building and development industries while fostering unity between members, government and the community.

Vision

The HBAF’ s vision is to be a vital business investment for its members.

THE IMPACT
Of The Housing Industry Economy

The housing sector is the LARGEST US industry, adding $3.2 trillion to the GDP annually and representing 13% of the total output. The housing sector means jobs, opportunity, and growth for every community in every state. Individuals, businesses, and community organizations cannot succeed without it.

Building Homes, Enriching Communities, Changing Lives

To the right is a snapshot of why the housing industry matters to people across the United States.

394

Jobs

Direct jobs created for every 100 houses built

$3.6M

Revenue

Taxes and revenue income for local governments

$28M

Income

Local income per 100 houses built

70

Indirect Jobs

Indirect jobs supported for every 100 houses built

NAHB News

Eye on the Economy

Building Materials Remain Top Challenge for Builders

Much like last year, the price and availability of building materials topped the list of problems builders face.  According to special questions on the December 2021 survey for the NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index, building material prices were a significant issue for 96% of builders in 2021, and 91% of the builders  expect it to continue being a problem in... Read More ›

Eye on Housing

Single-Family Built-for-Rent Construction Surging

Single-family built-for-rent sector construction surged during the second quarter of 2022 as homebuying affordability declined on higher mortgage interest rates. According to NAHB’s analysis of data from the Census Bureau’s Quarterly Starts and Completions by Purpose and Design, there were approximately 21,000 single-family built-for-rent (SFBFR) starts during the second quarter of 2022. This is a 91% gain over the second quarter... Read More ›