How to Become a Member
STEP 1 - APPLICATION Complete the application for membership. Complete all applicable fields.
STEP 2 - PAYMENT Submit payment for your first years dues in the appropriate amount. (Use the membership classifications below to determine your yearly membership dues.)
If paying by check, mail to:
Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Central Mass.
51 Pullman St.
Worcester, MA 01606
We accept MasterCard, Visa, and Discover. The HBRACM office will contact you for your credit card information.
STEP 3 - REVIEW The HBRACM staff will review the application. You may be contacted to verify information or if additional information is required.
STEP 4 - VOTE and NOTIFICATION Once review is complete, the application will be put to a vote at the next available Board of Directors meeting. You will be notified of the result following the meeting of the Board of Directors.
The HBRACM is a Professional Trade Association and reserves the right to accept or reject membership based on its findings.
HBRACM has 3 membership classifications: Builder, Associate, and Affiliate Member. Use the descriptions below to determine your classification.
Builder, Remodeler and Associate Classifications - HBRACM Membership: $425 per year. Members that qualify under this category are full Local (HBRACM), State (HBRAMA), and National (NAHB) Builder Association Members and as such you may participate in any of the benefits and privileges of these three organizations, Those including: voting rights, product and service discounts programs, newsletters, periodicals, networking and educational opportunities. In addition, we offer a third party health benefits service, for which you may participate.
Affiliate Member - HBRACM Membership: $150 per year. To qualify as an Affiliate you must be a partner, employee or otherwise make a direct living from the Builder or Associate HBRACM/NAHB Member; sub-contractors may not qualify for this category. As an Affiliate you may enjoy all HBRACM benefits and limited NAHB benefits. (Affiliate Members are not members of the State Association (HBRAMA).