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Chapters / Councils / Committees 2019-11-25T09:43:48-05:00


NVBIA has four chapters that provide members with the ability to get involved at the local level in their communities of interest.

Fairfax-Arlington-Alexandria Chapter

Business Meeting (Third Friday)
Reed Smith
7900 Tysons One Place, Suite 500
Tysons, VA 22102

Meeting times and locations subject to change, check Calendar of EventsEmail chair for further info.

Fauquier Chapter

Business Meeting (First Tuesday)
Denim and Pearls
29 Main Street
Warrenton, VA  20186

Meeting times and locations subject to change, check Calendar of Events. Email chair for further info.

Loudoun Chapter

Business Meeting (Fourth Thursday)
Toll Brothers
19775 Executive Plaza
Ashburn, VA 20147

Meeting times and locations subject to change, check Calendar of Events.

Prince William Chapter

Alternating Business Meeting and Breakfast Meeting (Fourth Wednesday)
Business Meeting Location:
Wetland Studies & Solutions
First Floor Conference Room
5300 Wellington Branch Drive
Suite 100
Gainesville, VA 20155

Meeting times and locations subject to change, check Calendar of Events.


Each council focuses on a specialty of our members. Learn more about their activities below.

Custom Builders Council (Fee required to participate)

This council is exclusively for custom builders and serves as a forum to network and discuss pertinent issues.

Meeting times and locations are subject to change, check Calendar of Events.

Washington Metropolitan Sales & Marketing Council (WMSMC) (Fee required to participate)

The Washington Metropolitan Sales & Marketing Council is a nationally recognized council affiliated with NAHB’s National Sales and Marketing Council. The council promotes networking and education  specifically for sales and marketing professionals and hosts educational visits to new home sites, breakfast workshops, sales seminars and an annual Builder-Broker roundtable. WMSMC members are also eligible to participate in the annual Great American Living Awards (GALA) competition.


Each committee focuses on a specific set of issues or concerns that are prevalent among NVBIA members. Learn more about them below and see if any of them could benefit from your expertise.

Associates Committee (Must be an associate member to participate)

The Associates Committee represents the interests of the many industries providing products and services to home builders. The council works closely with the Membership Committee to retain and recruit members.

Meeting times and locations are subject to change, check Calendar of Events.
Email chair for further info or to join.

Future Leaders of the Building Industry

The council focuses on education, advocacy, networking and philanthropy through fun events geared toward younger industry professionals—anyone looking to be a leader in the industry.

Meeting times and locations are subject to change, check Calendar of Events.
Email chair for further info or to join.

Legislative Committee

The Government Affairs Committee monitors a broad range of local, state and federal issues that affect home builders, remodelers and developers in addition to the product manufacturers and service providers who work in the home building industry. They coordinate lobbying efforts with NVBIA staff and inform members of local candidates for elected offices’ positions on matters of importance.

Meeting times and locations are subject to change, check Calendar of Events.

Membership Committee

Plans and implements membership development, recruitment drives, new member orientation events and current member retention strategies.

Meetings are held the first Tuesday of the month at the NVBIA office.

Real Estate Finance Committee

The Real Estate Finance Committee creates opportunities for home builders and capital sources to interact while discussing topics of mutual interest. Events include topical discussions over lunch, occasional special events and the annual Real Estate Outlook Conference.

Meeting times and locations subject to change, check Calendar of Events.

Women in the Building Industry (WBI)

The Women in the Building Industry’s mission is to promote career advancement and leadership skills of women in the building industry, and to ultimately increase the number of women in leadership in our industry.

The Education Committee plans educational events to promote growth and professional development of WBI members. Education topics could include technical training, soft skills and others. The committee also organizes, promotes and executes a year-long roster of social and networking opportunities. These events include networking events, panel discussions, educational events and more. The committee also encourages members to participate in other NVBIA events. Committee members are responsible for advertising and obtaining sponsorships for all programs and events.

The Community Service Committee creates programs that support the goals of WBI and the charitable groups supported by NVBIA, such as HomeAid and Women Giving Back. The committee provides volunteer support, helps raise funds and coordinates community service events. The committee also promotes work with local K–12 schools and colleges to introduce young women to career opportunities in the building industry.

The PR Committee is responsible for advertising the events and activities planned by the Education and Community Service Committees. The PR Committee also acts as a new member liaison, by welcoming and connecting new WBI members to others in the group and in the industry. The goals of the committee are to grow WBI, to work with NVBIA members and educate them about the group and to expand the regional networking opportunities for women in the industry. The PR Committee manages the WBI LinkedIn page and is responsible for gathering blog posts, industry-related articles, job postings, member successes, etc.

Check Calendar of Events

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NVBIA is a 3-in-1 Membership

Our members are also represented by the HBAV: Home Builders Association of Virginia and the NAHB: National Association of Home Builders, which concentrates on Capitol Hill and federal agencies.