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Your Network, Save More Money

Benefit from government advocacy, education, certification,
community outreach, and marketing opportunities for you and your business.
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Save on health insurance, get discounted building supplies, receive workers’ comp refunds and more.
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Health Insurance Trust

Most companies save
10-15%.
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Grip

Improve safety and save money on workers’ comp.
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Savings & Discounts

Spend less, buy smarter with purchasing power.

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Whether looking to buy, build, remodel, or maintain, step one starts here. Your dream home is just a click away.
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Homeowner's Handbook

Attention do-it-yourselfers! Browse our expert-driven guides and resources to get that weekend project done right.
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Buy

Make home buying less stressful with help from John L. Scott, BECU, and more.
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Build

Premier Puget Sound builders tell you how-to just like the pros do.
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Remodel

Transform your spaces for the most dazzle – and the least dollars.
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Maintain

Make the most of your home and protect the value of your investment.

We Care About The Puget Sound

Our communities are also our homes. Learn how we help make our region a better place through our advocacy efforts, sustainability practices and community outreach programs throughout King and Snohomish counties.
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Advocacy

We advocate for builders on the federal, state, and local levels and assist our members with permitting and regulatory issues.
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Built Green

We want to keep our region green. Learn how to certify green homes and implement green building practices.
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Giving Back

From building free wheelchair ramps to painting community centers to park cleanups, our goal is to ensure everyone has a happy, healthy place to call home.

Upcoming Events and Classes

Members get discounts on our classes and certifications.
Upcoming Events
Sep 26, 2017
MBA Housing Center, 335 116th Avenue SE - Bellevue, WA United States
Get an overview of all aspects of green construction, from design and site location to finish materials.
Sep 26, 2017
Anthony's Woodfire Grill - Everett, WA United States

Call it networking after dark.

Sep 27, 2017
MBA Housing Center - Bellevue, WA United States
Meet the new WAC training requirements and improve worker safety around health and physical hazards.

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Meet our Memebers

Meet Our Members

Say hello to Todd Bennett, president of BDR Companies and a 21-year MBA Health Trust Member.
The MBA Trust has consistently been 10-15% less expensive for us, even with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
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MBA News & Blogs

Catch up on the coolest tech, breaking industry news, latest advocacy efforts, and more.
  • In the News

    Posted on Sep 21, 2017 in:
    • News
    • Industry News
    Moratoriums, Seattle political candidates discuss housing, and Mercer Island passing strict housing code are a few the housing market headlines that happened last week.
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  • Is a cluttered closet robbing you of precious hours?

    Posted on Sep 21, 2017 in:
    • Seattle Times HomeWork
    • Homeowners
    • Build
    When trying to tame a bathroom remodel budget, some savings are better than others.
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  • EDITORIAL: A moratorium is not the answer to our housing affordability crisis

    Posted on Sep 21, 2017 in:
    • MBA News
    Over the past 18 months, five King County cities have adopted a building moratorium, temporarily putting the brakes on new home construction. While a moratorium is legal, it does not mean it is good policy. At a time when demand for housing is far outpacing housing supply, which drives up both home prices and rents and makes housing less attainable, building moratoria certainly are not good for housing. They also are not good for our economy or the families and workers looking for a home closer to job centers. Furthermore, they potentially could run counter to our region’s transportation investments that contemplate the need for more transit-oriented development in certain areas.
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