While browsing homes and builders on the Parade, you may notice designations such as NDPB, CGB and CGP behind some builders' names. These are indicators of members who earn designations from the National Association of Home Builders and the North Dakota Association of Builders. To earn these designations, members must take NAHB-approved courses from a set curriculum and meet NAHB’s requirements. North Dakota Professional Builders must meet requirements that include:
NAHB has the most targeted curriculum, accomplished teachers and widely respected education opportunities in the business. The following are brief descriptions of designations that HBA of F-M members have earned:
NDAB makes its best efforts to determine a builder’s qualifications for certification as an NDPB. While the program recognizes the professionalism of a builder, NDAB does not make warranty or representations, express or implied, to home buyers or others. It has not inspected construction of any home and does not and cannot address the quality of a home.