Ontario Home Builders Association (OHBA)

The Ontario Home Builders' Association was formed in 1962 with 10 locals to give residential builders a voice in the provincial government, facilitate changes in the industry, and provide links among home-building businesses, suppliers and services. Now, it is comprised of an Executive Committee, Board of Directors, and nine different committees. It has 31 locals and 3800 members.

Mission Statement

The Ontario Home Builders' Association is the voice of the residential construction industry in Ontario. It is a voluntary association whose primary goal is to positively impact provincial legislative, regulatory and tax policies that affect the industry. In addition, OHBA collects, analyzes and distributes information to its members and the general public; promotes professionalism and innovation within the industry; promotes affordability and choice in housing; and provides group benefit plans and other member services. Our members have identified four key areas as making up OHBA's Core Businesses. They are: * government relations (top priority); * professionalism; * innovation; and * Ontario New Home Warranty Program. Perhaps the best way to think of OHBA is as a network of volunteers (assisted by a small staff) working in committees to advance industry interests in these Core Business areas.

Contact Info

20 Upjohn Rd.

Toronto Ontario

Phone: 416-443-1545
Fax: 416-443-9982

Email: info@homesontario.com
Website: http://www.homesontario.com

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