Nashville, TN, October 01, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The Home Builders Association of Middle Tennessee has announced that it has made its Certified Builder database available to the public through its website.
"Buying a new home is one of the most important steps a person can take, but with over 15,000 single-family homes currently on the market, the task can be more daunting than ever," says David Crane, President of Crane Builders and Certified Builder Chairman. "Making this information readily available to the public helps take the guess-work out of the process. Whether it's buying a new home or remodeling an existing one, knowing you are working with a Certified Builder will set your mind at ease and help you rest assured that you are purchasing a well-constructed, high-quality home."
The Certified Builder program is specific to HBAMT members and consists of builders and remodelers who have been put through a rigorous certification process by a committee of their peers. The application process includes a background check, financial audit and recommendations from a host of references, including suppliers and previous customers, all done in order to insure that a set standard of excellence in construction, ethics and professionalism is uphelp by those who carry the designation.
People want to be reassured that they are making the right decision when they purchase a new home," says Crane. "By buying from or working with a Certified Builder, they can have that peace of mind and know that they are getting a home of the highest quality."
About HBAMT: The Home Builders Association of Middle Tennessee (HBAMT) is a 1,200 member not-for-profit organization that promotes professionalism in the housing industry and works to expand and protect the American dream of home ownership throughout the Middle Tennessee area.