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As the Association, our role is to serve our members, this includes keeping members working and safe. With the unfortunate recent surge in the number of people affected by COVID-19, it has been decided that all HBA committee and board meetings will be virtual through the end of January. If you are a volunteer on any of our numerous committees and Councils, you will receive your agenda that includes an ID for an online meeting. 

 

Please know that all of the HBA staff will continue to work, some remotely and some in the office. Our commitment is to stay available and engaged. Therefore, HBA staff, when necessary, will continue with smaller meetings where ample social distancing is available. The HBA offices are open for business; but as a precaution, larger committee and board meetings will be virtual. We’ll continue to provide up-to-date industry information and community resources to help your business be as productive as possible.

While we wait for the surge to subside, Staff will be working remotely and will respond to your inquiries as quickly as possible.  

Please see the staff directory for contact information.

Housing for all – all housing is important 

Housing supply needs to meet demand- HBA Issue Paper/Supporting Attainable Housing

While all housing is important, attainable housing is critical to our community’s economic health. To be a successful city, county and region, City of Colorado Springs leaders need to help ensure that there are enough homes at all price levels—including those that are attainable—to meet the demands of our workforce and their families. The Colorado Springs HBA, advocates for future homeowners by working with all levels of government to achieve our Association and industry’s mission of providing safe and attainable homes.

​Here in El Paso County and Colorado Springs, community groups and local government officials have an opportunity to make important changes that will increase supply to meet the current and future demands for housing created by population growth.

Welcome New Members

Forestar Group
Contact:  Troy Hazel | Phone: (303) 746-4628

Gateway Mortgage
Contact:  Tyler Garcia | Phone: (719) 280-0860

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Contact:  Sam Schiano | Phone: (719) 368-8853

HealthQuest Medical Services, Inc.
Contact:  Lynette Crow | Phone: (719) 260-9797

Kodiak Building Partners
Contact:  Dena Cordova-Jack | Phone: (719) 502-9554

The Montoya Company, Inc.
Contact:  Jennifer Montoya | Phone: (719) 232-3397

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY

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If you’re ready to turn your dream into a reality, the HBA has resources to help you every step of the way. Our Membership Directory will lead you to builders, remodelers, trade contractors, Realtors, interior designers and much more. From a simple project to a complete build, from a newly signed loan to a SOLD sign in the yard, you’ll find the right housing professional for the job at the HBA.

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