As of December 1, 2020, the Colorado Association of Home Builders (CAHB) and the Home Builders Association of Metro Denver will enter into a shared management agreement. The associations also announced that the current CEO of CAHB, Ted Leighty, will become the leader of the two HBAs. The Denver State and Metro HBAs will remain separate entities with separate boards and executive committees.
“This agreement will strengthen our industry by allowing both State and Denver Metro HBAs to share resources, which will expand and strengthen member benefits and value for all Colorado HBA members,” he said. said Denny Rogstad, CAHB 2020 Board Chair. âThe CAHB and Metro Denver HBA are recognized as important and impactful voices for housing construction, housing affordability and economic vitality. This new agreement will only amplify and extend our advocacy efforts and our services to members. “
The CAHB defends the residential construction industry and the 2,000 members of the association at state level, including the General Assembly, regulatory and regulatory issues with state agencies, voting measures statewide and other statewide political and political issues that impact the industry. CAHB also works with its real estate and construction partners, as well as various business and non-profit groups, to continually strengthen Colorado’s economy, business climate and quality of life.
âThis plan would not have been possible without the leadership of Ted Leighty,â said Mark Bailey, president of HBA of Metro Denver 2020. âFor the past three years, Ted has led the HBA across the board. State through many challenges, from the recent pandemic to significant challenges at the legislative level to regulations impacting our industry. Our two boards are confident that Ted will lead both organizations professionally and independently, creating stronger associations that will benefit our industry and strengthen the entire network of local HBAs across the state.
The Metro Denver HBA serves over 500 members and is the largest local HBA in Colorado. He advocates for the industry with 42 local governments, including counties, towns and villages, in the metropolitan area. The HBA offers networking opportunities, professional training and development, as well as industry recognitions and awards, and hosts several events such as the Denver Parade of Homes. Both HBAs have non-profit partnerships to help provide housing for people with disabilities and tackle homelessness.
âWith so many challenges facing our state, local communities and our members, this decision ensures that our industry remains in a position of strength and adaptability,â said CAHB CEO Ted Leighty. âThis agreement better positions the two organizations to continue our missions of supporting our members as they provide quality and accessible housing to Colorado families; help elected officials and decision-makers understand our industry; and providing professional development, training and networking for an industry that creates and provides thousands of jobs and economic activities for Colorado.