Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association
2520 Camino Entrada Unit B,
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507
Fax: 505.982.0238
Miles D. Conway
Executive Officer
Tanya Dorame
Administrative Manager

Our Story

The Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association: helping people connect with craftsmen and trades professionals to manifest their dreams of creating a home sweet home since 1992.

Our Mission

The Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association represents and serves the diversified needs of our members and the community. We are an active voice in promoting safe, quality, cost-effective, and affordable housing.

Members of the Association are motivated to uplift themselves, their businesses, the home building industry as a whole, and the communities we live in through professional affiliation.

We are a non-profit association of building construction and associated industry professionals affiliated with the New Mexico Home Builders Association and the National Association of Home Builders. We serve the counties of Santa Fe, Los Alamos, Taos, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, Mora, and Colfax and are affiliated with the New Mexico Home Builders Association and the influential National Association of Home Builders headquartered in Washington D.C.

Why Belong – The Power of Membership

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We Build Together – Membership in the SFAHBA helps our member businesses grow & prosper. Through active participation in our events and activities, members reap tangible benefits. Members are part of increasing the respect for our home-building professions and enhancing our collective importance to the Santa Fe Area & New Mexico economy.  Members of the Association abide by a strong code of ethics.

Representation – the best interests and concerns of the home building and maintenance industry are represented through our Association with governmental and regulatory agencies, as well as elected officials at the local, state, and national levels. Our work to effectively enact or positively influence legislation and regulations promotes affordable housing, construction innovation, and keeps the industry economically viable. In addition, the Association’s counsel and representation is sought out for governmental boards and commissions and other civic endeavors, further increasing the influence of our Association to the benefit of membership and the communities in which our members live.

Education – Professional and informative educational programs and seminars, including knowledgeable speakers at general meetings, keep members on the cutting edge for current building and other issues affecting our industry.

Benefits – Did you know that the home building industry is the 2nd largest industry in the area next to tourism? There is strength in numbers!

  • Government Affairs Representation
  • Networking/Education – regular meetings to provide timely programming and action on issues of interest to all members.
  • The opportunity to meet other builders and home industry professionals to exchange ideas, discuss trends, and forge relationships.
  • The Builders Trust Insurance Programs for Liability and Workers’ Compensation Insurances.
  • Membership Roster listing all SFAHBA members.
  • Committees and councils to serve on to better benefit member businesses.


SFAHBA Home Show and Expo – This annual trade show and exhibition for the home building industry is the leading industry event in the Northern New Mexico area. The Show is an outstanding opportunity for members to display their products to other members, the industry, and the public.

Haciendas – A Parade of Homes – This is a promotion for new homes that presents innovative designs and technology to the buying public. A two-weekend event that coincides with the Santa Fe Indian Market.

Industry Recognition Events – SFAHBA annual holiday party includes the officer installation and recognition dinner.

Social Events- Golf Tournaments, Fall Fiesta, Santa Green Festival, and more…

General Membership Meetings – Monthly meetings are held with informative speakers. The best two hours available for networking.

Committees and Councils

  • Governmental / Community Affairs Committee
  • Green Building Council;
  • Haciendas – A Parade of Homes Committee;
  • Home Show & Expo Committee;
  • Membership Committee;
  • Remodelers Council;
  • Golf Tournament

Who Belongs?

Builder Members – Individuals or firms engaged in the business of residential, commercial building, green building, and remodeling.

Associate Members – Individuals or firms engaged in professions related to or concerned with the home building industry; e.g., subcontractors from all home industry building trades, manufacturers, suppliers, title companies, realtors, mortgage lenders & financial institutions, attorneys, architects, engineers, realtors, accountants, and everyone who provides goods or services to the home building industry.

Affiliate Members – For companies with primary membership who wish to have an additional membership.

Code of Ethics

We fulfill our mission by encouraging members to maintain high ethical and professional standards and bring an active voice to government affairs and the regulatory process by promoting proper, forward-looking, and valid codes and regulations. Members collaborate with professionals in all fields related to the home building industry. We engage in political, societal, economic, and environmental issues and are an advocate for people’s economic prosperity and quality of life.

Members of our Association believe and affirm that:

  • Homeownership can and should be within reach of every working family.
  • Homes should be built under the free American enterprise system.
  • Homes should be well-designed, efficient, well-constructed, and well-located in attractive communities, with education, recreational, community, religious or spiritual, and shopping facilities accessible to all.

State and National Association

Members of the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association, are also members of the New Mexico Home Builders Association and the National Association of Home Builders offering services to our members and the community in these major areas:

  • Industry research: technical & economic
  • Legislative & regulatory representation
  • Special member benefits
  • Education & training
  • Business construction & legal assistance
  • Industry news, information & resources
  • Services for specialized NAHB members

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