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The Virginia Builders Summit & Expo brings housing industry professionals together from across Virginia for one day. Exhibitors will display products and services, build relationships, create brand awareness, generate leads, and be able to answer questions in person. The home building and housing market is constantly evolving. Attendees will look to the vendors at the Virginia Builders Summit and Expo for new products and services to separate them from their competition.
September 29, 2020
9:00AM – 4:00PM
Greater Richmond Convention Center:
The Virginia Builders Summit and Expo has partnered with the Greater Richmond Convention Center to provide a venue for our event.
Greater Richmond Convention Center
403 N 3rd Street, Richmond, VA 23219
804.783.7300 | Greater Richmond Convention Center
Conveniently located within a 3-hour drive of most Virginia cities.
“Dedicated to protecting and enhancing the housing climate to ensure the vitality of the building industry so as to benefit its members and the citizens of the Commonwealth of Virginia”
Founded in 1956, the Home Builders Association of Virginia (HBAV) is an affiliate of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and has 14 local home builders associations and over 3,000 membership firms across Virginia. Representing over 314,299 jobs and $47.8 billion annually in the Virginia economy, the state and local associations play a crucial role in providing housing for Virginians.
The Home Builders Association of Virginia is dedicated to creating a positive business environment for the housing industry by addressing the housing issues of the people of Virginia.
HBAV serves the entire home building, development and remodeling industry. To become a member of HBAV, you must join the local home builders association (HBA) serving your area. By joining you become a member of your local HBA, HBAV, and the National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB).
About one-third of HBAV’s members are home builders, multifamily developers, and/or remodelers, while the remaining two-thirds work in closely related fields such as mortgage financing and building products.