Founded in 1945, the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association (GAHBA) is a not-for-profit professional trade association dedicated to promoting, protecting and preserving the home building industry as a viable economic force in the Atlanta area. The GAHBA is one of more than 800 local home builder associations through the U.S. and is affiliated with the Home Builders Association of Georgia and the National Association of Home Builders. Members includes builders, remodelers and developers of all sizes, as well as trade contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, financial institutions, real estate companies, professional service providers and more.
Adams Homes A.E.C, LLC
Immediate Past President
Associate Vice President
Associate at Large
SEI Group, LLC
Associate at Large
North Georgia Brick
Tim Arnold, D.R. Horton – Atlanta West Division
Thomas Billups, Billups Homes Inc.
Jim Cheeks, Fortas Homes
Doug Cohen, Fischer Homes
Adam Cornett, David Weekley Homes
Bradley Hall, Hall Construction and Real Estate Services
Ryan Houk, Lennar
Jennifer Landers, Kolter Signature Homes, LLC
Sean Morris, Jim Chapman Communities
Chris Singer, Century Communities
Brad Smith, Craftmark Towns
Virginia Van Lear, Level Craft Construction
Jonathan White, Meritage Homes
Wilson Borden, The Erosion Company, LLC
Tony Cann, HB Next Corporation
Brad Ethridge, Dupont Tyvek
Jon Gallinaro, Southland Partners Inc.
Lowell Hays, Maverick
Keisha Hulsey, 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty
Tessa Jones, Cambria
Tammy Pace- Perkins, Pace Drywall, LLC
Brian Robbins, Pella Window and Door of Georgia
John Royer, O’Kelley & Sorohan Attorneys at Law
Mitchell Smith, Pike Consulting Group
Chris Tilley, Regions Mortgage
Zack Brooks, Create Homes – Cobb/Cherokee Chapter President
Myles Cardenas, McKinley Construction LLC- DeKalb/Rockdale Chapter President
Craig Nolen, Adams Homes – Forsyth Chapter President
Whit Marshall, Paran Homes – Gwinnett Chapter President
Jeff Brock, Brock Built Homes, LLC – Inner Atlanta Chapter President
TBD – Metro South Chapter President
Curran Watters, Callaway Builders, Inc. – North Fulton Chapter President
George McClure, The McClure Company – Builder Action Fund Chair
Tiffany Hogan, D.R. Horton-Atlanta East – Government Affairs Committee Chair
Dave Peeples, Kennesaw State University – NAHB Student Chapter Advisor
Tony Albachiara, Ashton Woods – HomeAid Atlanta Chair
Doug Herbert, Herbert Construction – Associates Council
Wayne Hiott, Tyler Chandler Homes, LLC – 55+ Housing Council Chair
Mark Whitmire, MTW Companies – Builder/Developer/Lender Council Chair
Cortney Stewart, Denim Marketing – Professional Women in Building Council Chair
Mark Caputo, Pine Creek Construction – Remodelers Council Chair
Erika Bridges, McMichael & Grey, PC – Sales & Marketing Council Chair
Eric Connolly, Archway Custom Homes – Young Professionals Group Chair
Dave Radlmann, Urban Eco Group – EarthCraft Council Chair
Ken Warlick, Vertical Luxury- Education Committee Chair
Bill Lisecki, Adams Homes – Membership Committee Chair
The GAHBA’s vision is to lead the housing industry in the promotion of policies and practices that support free enterprise and the creation of desirable communities for all in a growing and sustainable region.
Provide valuable services and products to our growing membership, which increases profitability, professionalism and consumer value in the housing industry.
Ensure an economically viable building environment.
Promote public policy solutions that serve both the housing industry’s and community’s needs.
GAHBA members believe and affirm that: home ownership can and should be within the reach of every American family; American homes should be well designed, well constructed and well located in attractive communities with educational, recreational, religious and shopping facilities accessible to all; and American homes should be built under the free enterprise system. To achieve these goals, we pledge allegiance to the following principles and policies: our paramount responsibility is to our customer, our community and our country; honesty is our guiding business policy; high standards of health, safety and sanitation shall be built into every home; members shall deal fairly with their respective employees, trade contractors and suppliers; as members of a progressive industry, we encourage research to develop new materials, new building techniques and improved methods of home financing to the end that every home purchaser may get the greatest possible value for every dollar; all sound legislative proposals affecting our industry and the people we serve shall have our informed and vigorous support; we hold inviolate the free enterprise system and the American way of life; we pledge our support to our associates, our local, state and national associations and all related industries concerned with the preservation of legitimate rights and freedoms. We assume these responsibilities freely and solemnly, mindful that they are party of our obligation as a GAHBA member company.