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Goodrich Custom Homes is affiliated with the following state and national associations:

  • The National Association of Home Builders

    The National Association of Home Builders is a trade organization, founded in 1942 and based out of Washington, D.C., with a goal to keep housing a national priority. They pursue a mission to enhance the climate for housing and the building industry. NAHB is a federation of over 800 state and local associations. This is a member-driven association with over 160,000 members; One third of those being home builders and/or remodelers. The organization strives to keep housing a national priority when policies and laws are made by representing the industry's interest on Capitol Hill.

  • Greater Houston Builders Association

    Founded in 1942, the Greater Houston Builders Association is a trade organization whose mission is to provide advocacy, education and meaningful services to benefit its members and the housing industry. They are dedicated to providing quality obtainable housing and enhancing the business climate for its members and the greater community. GHBA is the third largest home builders association in the nation, contributing around 60,000 jobs to the community and closely to $3 billion dollars to the local economy.

  • Texas Association of Builders

    The Texas Association of Builders devotes its mission to creating a positive business environment for the housing industry by addressing the housing issues of the people of Texas. TAB was founded in 1946 and plays an essential role in providing housing for Texans. They contribute approximately $21 billion of the Texas economy, with a membership of nearly 10,000 representing 315,000 jobs.

  • Equal Housing Opportunity

    The sale and purchase of a new home is one the most important investments one makes in their lifetime. This purchase not only alters the buyer's current living situation, but will fiscally impact the future for those involved. Laws have been created such as the Civil Rights Act of 1866, Fair Housing Act, Americans with Disability Act, Equal Credit Opportunity Act and State and Local Laws to ensure that all have the equal opportunity to experience the accomplishment of owning your own home.