Committees & Councils
At FABA, all members are encouraged to serve on the committees of their choice.
This committee focuses on projecting and improving FABA’s image. The committee plans and organizes several special meetings and social events. The committee is chaired by the Associate Vice President and typically meets the second Wednesday of each month at 9:00 am.
For more information, contact the Committee Chair, John Reid at 540-841-1484 or [email protected].
The Legislative Committee plays a crucial role for FABA member businesses. This group is responsible for reviewing and influencing proposed legislation and regulations. These proposals affect Spotsylvania, Stafford, King George, Caroline and Orange Counties as well as the City of Fredericksburg.
Staying abreast of local issues that affect the building industry, members research proposed ordinances and work with local governments to try to bring about change that is satisfactory to members and government. Members of this committee attend county meetings, monitor state and local government activities, and speak at public hearings on items of interest to FABA. They also work in coordination with the HBAV Legislative Committee on issues at the state level. This committee typically meets the third Thursday of each month at 8:30 am.
The Fredericksburg Area Construction Trust Political Action Committee, or FACT-PAC, is organized to provide financial support to candidates for local and statewide government offices who believe that home ownership should remain a dream that is possible for every citizen of Virginia. Click here to read more about the FACT-PAC program
The Membership Committee is responsible for coordinating membership recruitment and developing programs to help maintain the existing membership. Emphasis is placed on retention of members through various means such as Spike Club, new member orientation, etc. This committee typically meets the second Wednesday of each month at 10:00 am.
NAHB Remodelers Council
Membership in this council reflects a remodeler’s commitment to responsible business practices, quality construction, and reliable customer service. With industry-leading programs in education, networking, marketing, advocacy, and recognition of excellence, you can receive the tools you need to build your remodeling business.
Founded in 1982, the NAHB Remodelers of the National Association of Home Builders represents and serves the interests of more than 14,000 remodeling industry members. Membership gives you access to valuable resources and offers opportunities to network with others in the remodeling industry. To learn more about the NAHB Remodelers Council, visit www.nahb.org to find links, resources, and information only available to NAHB Remodeler Members.
Sales and Marketing Council
As a Sales and Marketing Council member, you have access to many perks from the National Sales & Marketing Council, including Sales & Marketing Ideas Magazine. This award-winning publication is a valuable resource for anyone involved in the sale of a new home. Other NSMC benefits are the Network Exchange, the NSMC Hotline, MarketPlan software products, ProNet job networking service, Ad Review, and the NSMC online library.
Another SMC effort that benefits all FABA members is the “Joint Venture Education Program”. This is administered through an agreement with the NAHB Institute of Residential Marketing. Nationally, over 15,000 people have taken the IRM courses and 25,000 have completed the Certified New Home Sales Professional (CSP) course. People with CSP under their belts can go on to MSCP (Master, Certified New Home Sales Professional), CMP (Certified New Home Merchandising Professional) and finally to the coveted MIRM (Member Institute of Residential Marketing. Click Here for an application