HBA of Greater Cincinnati 2021-2022 Membership Directory & Who's Who

2 HOME BUI LDERS ASSOCIATI ON OF GREATER CINCINNATI WHAT’S INSIDE 4 AD INDEX 5 SENIOR OFFICERS 5 BOARD OF DIRECTORS 5 BOARD LIAISONS 5 PAST PRESIDENTS 6 STAFF 7 HONORARY LIFETIME MEMBERS 7 E3 BOARD (EDUCATE, ENGAGE, EXPERIENCE) 7 OHIO VALLEY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL (OVDC) 8 SAVINGS AT A GLANCE 10 OVDC 2021 INITIATIVES 12 WAYS TO HELP YOU GROW 13 2021 HBA COMMITTEES/ FORUMS/COUNCILS/BOARDS 14 CODE OF ETHICS 15 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOME BUILDERS 15 OHIO HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION 17 THE HBA CLUB 21 NPP DISCOUNT PRICING 23 HBA MEMBER BENEFITS 24 2021 BY THE NUMBERS 26 HOUSINGECONOMICS.COM 28 WHERE WE STAND 30 MEMBER BENEFITS 34 CiTiSCAPES® 36 HOMEARAMA® 39 BUILDER MEMBERS 46 BUILDERS APPLICATION 51 ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 72 JOIN THE HBA 75 COUNCILS 81 CLASSIFIEDS 91 GOVERNMENT INFO ON THE COVER PUBLISHED FOR HBA of Greater Cincinnati 11260 Chester Road, Suite #800 Cincinnati, OH 45246 p. (513) 851-6300 f. (513) 589-3211 www.CincyBuilders.com PUBLISHED BY E&M Consulting, Inc. p. (800) 572-0011 www.emconsultinginc.com For information regarding advertising, please contact us at advertising@emconsultinginc.com or (800) 572-0011 x8005. PUBLISHER’S NOTICE: No part of this publication may be copied, reproduced, or transmitted in any other form or by any other means, electronic or mechanical, to any information storage or retrieval system without the expressed written consent of the Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati (HBA). Any use other than for what it was intended, or reproduction of materials in the publication, must be with written consent of the HBA. While every effort has been made to avoid mistakes in this publication, the publishers, HBA, and their agents assume no liability whatsoever to anyone for any error or omission or for any damages of any kind which may arise from the publication or use of this directory. Please contact the Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati office at (513) 851-6300, so that we can make the necessary changes to our database. OUR MISSION The Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati is a professional organization of builders, developers, remodelers and related businesses who aspire to be on the leading edge of homebuilding through networking, education and industry advocacy.

4 HOME BUI LDERS ASSOCIATI ON OF GREATER CINCINNATI BUI L DER MEMBERS GENER A L INF O 1ST NATIONAL BANK ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� COUNCILS TAB ARCH MATERIALS, LLC ��������������������������������������������������������������������������� GOVERNMENT INFO TAB ARONOFF, ROSEN, & HUNT, LPA ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 33 BRYANT/HABEGGER ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 50 CHARLES H. HAMILTON COMPANY �������������������������������������������������������������������MEMBERSHIP TAB COPPAGE CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. �������������������������������������������������������BUILDER MEMBERS TAB DAYTON FIREPLACE SYSTEMS ������������������������������������������������������������������������������ COUNCILS TAB DESIGN TO MARKET ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 80 EPPIFY ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 25 FLOORING AMERICA �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������INSIDE FRONT COVER FREY ELECTRIC, INC. �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 32 GARAGE DOORS OF CINCINNATI ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 32 GERDES TURF FARMS, INC. ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 32 HANSON AUDIO VIDEO �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� BACK COVER HOUSE CALLS LLC ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 83 JUST CALL JASON ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 90 LEBANON ELECTRIC SUPPLY ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 33 LOVINS INSURANCE ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 50 LYKINS ENERGY SOLUTIONS ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 77 MONT SURFACES ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������ASSOCIATE MEMBERS TAB MUELLER DISTRIBUTORS ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 1 NATIONAL DESIGN MART ������������������������������������������������������������������������������INSIDE BACK COVER NISBET BROWER ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 77 PREMIER CONSTRUCTION CO. ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 84 QUALITY WATERPROOFING O.D. LLC ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 90 SABO DESIGN ASSOCIATES ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 90 SCHLUTER SYSTEMS ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 33 SEDGWICK ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 25, 71 SIBCY CLINE REALTORS® ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 88 SIMS-LOHMAN FINE KITCHENS AND GRANITE ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 50 SITEWORX ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 3 TWR EXCAVATION INC. �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� CLASSIFIEDS TAB VONDERHAAR’S CATERING, INC. ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 82 WISEWAY DESIGN SHOWROOM ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 80 Ad Index by Company

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5 D I RECTORY & WHO ’ S WHO BUI L DER MEMBERS G NER A L INF O Martin L. Holman ������ 1934–1935* Thomas McIlvain, Jr. � 1935–1936* Matthew J. Schrand ������������ 1937* J. Harry Dickman ������ 1938–1939* Charles S. Mueller ��������������� 1940* John Wittekind ���������� 1941–1943* Thomas McIlvain, Jr. � 1944–1945* Lockwood G. Doench ���������� 1946* Francis A. Hendy ���������������� 1947* Raymond Hare �������������������� 1948* Cliff Springmeier ����������������� 1949* Joseph J. Robers ���������������� 1950* Raymond Sharp ������������������ 1951* Harry M. Adnee ������������������ 1952* Gilbert Edger ����������������������� 1953* Wilford H. Miller ������������������ 1954* Al Koch ������������������������������� 1955* Joseph F. Carabin ��������������� 1956* Raymond Murphy ��������������� 1957* C. Ronald Marcotte ��� 1958–1959* William F. Hendy ����������������� 1960* M.J. Schwein ���������������������� 1961* E.A. Zicka ��������������������������� 1962* Robert O. Thompson ������������� 1963 Joseph H. Graue ����������������� 1964* William Carroll ��������������������� 1965* Allen E. Paul ����������������������� 1966* George Mossman ���������������� 1967* Allan J. Ahrens �������������������� 1968* George J. Zuckman ������������� 1969* James F. Brady ������������������� 1970* Walter Seinsheimer ������������� 1971* Earl Auberger ���������������������� 1972* Robert B. Albright ����������������� 1973 Kenneth L. Kerr ��������������������� 1974 George M. Lockwood ����������� 1975* Walter H. Hudepohl �������������� 1976 Larry J. Graue ����������������������� 1977 Clarence A. Dorger �������������� 1978* Robert J. Buchert ������������������ 1979 Robert H. Becker ������������������ 1980 Philip T. Montanus ���������������� 1981 Michael J. Rubery ����������������� 1982 Jack H. Wieland �������������������� 1983 Rudolph B. Engler ����������������� 1984 J. Carey Fitzpatrick ���������������� 1985 Mark A. Mercurio ������������������ 1986 Robert E. Lucke �������������������� 1987 Robert C. Rhein �������������������� 1988 John L. Torbeck �������������������� 1989 Donald R. Misrach ���������������� 1990 Ronald A. Horton ������������������ 1991 Joseph W. Schwarz ��������������� 1992 Jack H. Wieland �������������������� 1993 Gregory T. Hensley �������������� 1994* J. Stuart Cowan ��������������������� 1995 John F. Glaser, III ������������������ 1996 David M. Estes ���������������������� 1997 Jerry Honerlaw ���������������������� 1998 Alan G. Schmidt, Sr. �������������� 1999 Chester C. Calkins ����������������� 2000 David W. Seuberling �������������� 2001 Terry P. Sievers ���������������������� 2002 Darrell C. Leibson ������������������ 2003 Timothy R. Hensley ��������������� 2004 Jeffrey H. Wieland ����������������� 2005 Daniel T. deStefano ��������������� 2006 David L. Wittekind ����������������� 2007 Andrea L. Lucke �������������������� 2008 Joseph A. Cristo �������������������� 2009 H. Joshua Blatt ��������������������� 2010 Rex L. Gordon ����������������������� 2011 Carolyn Rolfes ����������������������� 2012 John M. Ballantyne ��������������� 2013 Daniel I. May ������������������������� 2014 L. Michael Hoffmaster ����������� 2015 Ray Neverovich ��������������������� 2016 Jeff Hebeler �������������������������� 2017 Adam Cristo �������������������������� 2018 Alan Gerbus �������������������������� 2019 Brad Olinger ������������������������� 2020 *Deceased PAST PRESIDENTS Christina Gyarmati, Safari Insurance........................................ E3 Co-Chair Ron Hotchkiss, Valley Central Bank......................................... E3 Co-Chair Emily Frankl, JP Flooring Design Center................................. E3 Vice Chair Jose Castrejon, McGill Smith Punshon. .............................OVDC President Gemma Maxwell, Fischer Homes................................OVDC Vice President Mark Meinhardt, Star One Realtors.......................... Presidential Appointee Sourushe Zandvakili, Ph.D., University of Cincinnati.............Economic Advisor/ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������ Presidential Appointee BOARD LIAISONS BOARD OF DIRECTORS Greg Berling, Parkland Homes/CB Management John Boyle, JNB Custom Homes Douglas Bryant, Clayton Douglas Homes Greg Cox, Maronda Homes Justin Doyle, Justin Doyle Homes Andre Frazier, Frazier Homes Ben Fry, Fry Builders Chris Gorman, Chris Gorman Homes Doug Hinger, Traditions Building Group Andy Hueber, John Hueber Homes Scott Lucke, Lucke Homes Michelle Moran, J & K Custom Homes Jim Obert, Hills Development Alan Schmidt, Jr., Schmidt Builders, Inc. Julie Zicka, Zicka Homes Ackermann Company President Sterling Homes Chair of the Board Fischer Homes Vice President/Treasurer Somerset Homes Second Vice President/Secretary SENIOR OFFICERS TJ Ackermann Brad Olinger David Stroup John Cowan

6 HOME BUI LDERS ASSOCIATI ON OF GREATER CINCINNATI BUI L DER MEMBERS GENER A L INF O STAFF Executive Director Dan Dressman ddressman@cincybuilders.com (513) 589-3213 • HBA Board of Directors • HBA Nominating Committee • HBA Executive Committee • Bylaws & Operational Policies • HBA Charitable Foundation • Strategic Plan • Official HBA spokesperson • Media relations • Staff management • Industry advocacy • NAHB/OHBA relations • Legal counsel liaison • Ohio Valley Development Council • Build-PAC Board of Trustees • Building Officials’ Forum • Urban Builders Forum • Demonstration Home Committee • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee Director of Operations Karen Pfeiffer kpfeiffer@cincybuilders.com (513) 589-3214 • HOMEARAMA® • CiTiSCAPES® • Demonstration Home • Industry Standards Review Committee • Consumer complaint process • Honorary Life Membership Committee • Past Presidents’ Committee Director of Finance Beth Schramm bschramm@cincybuilders.com (513) 589-3215 • Operational budget • Monthly financial reports • Asset Management Committee • Accounts receivables/payables/payroll • Insurance liaison • Merchant processing services liaison • Banking liaison • Accounting firm liaison • Reserves management liaison Director of Professional Development Carli Carpenter ccarpenter@cincybuilders.com (513) 589-3212 • Event Planning • E3 Board (Educate, Engage, Experience) • E3 Board Meetings • Table Top Nite Committee: • Table Top Nite • HBA Awards Committee: • HBA Awards • Golf Outing Committee: • HBA Golf Outing • Dancing With The HBA Stars Committee: • Dancing With The HBA Stars Charity Event • Professional Development Committee: • Lunch & Learns • HBA Holiday Party • 2nd Thursdays Happy Hours • HBA Coffee Hours • Annual Meeting Holiday Luncheon • Annual Economic & Housing Forecast • Database Administrator • Web Site Management • HBA Club • Directory • Newletters (Happenings, Cerkl) • HBA Social Media Pages • Build-PAC Golf Outing Membership Relations Coordinator Melanie Meyer mmeyer@cincybuilders.com (513) 589-3210 • Ambassador Committee • Referral Roundtables • Membership Orientation Program • Member Discount Programs • Builder Onboarding Program • Home Zone – HOMEARAMA exhibitors • Home Zone – CiTiSCAPES® exhibitors • NexGEN Committee • Builder Sub-Committee • Construction Careers Committee Coordinator of Administrative Affairs Gabrielle Davis gdavis@cincybuilders.com (513) 589-3204 • Staff support • Office supplies’ management • Office/conference room monitor updating • Membership database support • Member records • Mail processing • Check processing • Member invoicing/payment processing • Membership support

7 D I RECTORY & WHO ’ S WHO BUI L DER MEMBERS G NER A L INF O Harry Barnaclo* Robert J. Becker James F. Brady* Orville Brown* Robert J. Buchert Charles R. Bullington J. Stuart Cowan Richard R. Doesburg Ralph A. Drees* John B. Frieden* Henry (Heine) Geckler* Gregory T. Hensley* Jerry Honerlaw Stephen R. Hunt George M. Lockwood* Robert L. Lucke Elda A. Marshall Thomas McIlveen, Jr.* George L. Meinhardt* Donald R. Misrach Allen E. Paul* Alan Schmidt, Sr. Raymond Sharp* Terry L. Sievers Jack H. Wieland Edwin A. Zicka* *Deceased HONORARY LIFETIME MEMBERS E3 BOARD (EDUCATE, ENGAGE, EXPERIENCE) OFFICERS Christina Gyarmati Safari Insurance 2021 Co-Chair Ron Hotchkiss Valley Central Bank 2021 Co-Chair Emily Frankl JP Flooring Design Center 2021 Vice Chair Dustin Kreiger Cincinnati Stair 2021 Secretary BOARD MEMBERS Scott Baker, Premier Bank Leah Grote, Leo Grote L.P.A Michael Hines, Build Collective, CBWS Amy Holt, Designs on Madison Jamie Humes, Traditions Building Group Dustin Kreiger, Cincinnati Stair Nathan Madden, Pella Windows & Doors Cindy Peters, Hartlaub CPA Advisory Group Charlene Pfingstag, Coldwell Banker West Shell S. Duane Plapp, Sr., Total Revenue Coaching/dba Sales Without Selling Luis Sanchez, First Title Agency, Inc. OHIO VALLEY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL (OVDC) OFFICERS Jose Castrejon McGill Smith Punshon, Inc. President Gemma Maxwell Fischer Homes Vice President Nick Selhorst, PE Choice One Engineering Secretary Benjamin Taylor Drees Homes Immediate Past President BOARD OF GOVERNERS Don Carter, D&M Carter, LLC Brent Coppage, Coppage Construction Co. Inc. Terri Corner, PE, Bayer Becker Spencer Kerivan, SiteWORX Matt Mains, Drees Homes Mark Linger, Drees Homes Michael Athan, PE, M/I Homes of Cincinnati, LLC Steve Hicks, Treplus Communities Casey Schlensker, Fischer Homes Ed Farruggia, Zicka Homes Rob Smith, DR Horton Home Builders Andrew Dodds, PE, McGill Smith Punshon, Inc. PAST PRESIDENTS George Lockwood ������������������� 1976–1977* John Sansalone ����������������������1978–1979 William Robertson ������������������ 1980–1981 Ron Roat �����������������������������������������1982 Allen Paul ����������������������������� 1983–1985* Joe Schwarz ��������������������������� 1986–1987 Neil Strawser ������������������������ 1988–1989* Dave Reibold �������������������������� 1990–1991 Joe Bayer ������������������������������ 1992–1993* Joe Meyer ����������������������������� 1994–1995* Mike Schoettelkotte ��������������� 1996–1997* Don Misrach ��������������������������1998–1999 Bob Garlock ��������������������������� 2000–2001 Tom Abercrombie ������������������������������2002 Larry Sprague �����������������������������������2003 Dave Wittekind ���������������������������������2004 Rick Evans ���������������������������������������2005 Etta Reed ����������������������������������������2006 Rich Arnold ��������������������������������������2007 Brad Austing ������������������������������������2008 Tim Burgoyne �����������������������������������2009 Bob Rothert �������������������������������������2010 Pete Mallow �������������������������������������2011 Denny Benson ����������������������������������2012 John Del Verne ���������������������������������2013 Doug Smith ��������������������������������������2014 Craig Abercrombie ����������������������������2015 Mat Walker ��������������������������������������2016 Jim Obert �����������������������������������������2017 Joe Smith ����������������������������������������2018 David Stroup ������������������������������������2019 Ben Taylor ����������������������������������������2020 *Deceased

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10 HOME BUI LDERS ASSOCIATI ON OF GREATER CINCINNATI BUI L DER MEMBERS GENER A L INF O 2021 INITIATIVES BUTLER COUNTY • C onducted review and recommendations for amendments to the city of Hamilton’s subdivision regulations. • H osted meeting with new City Manager of Middletown to discuss housing-related regulations. • M et with Butler Co. Sewer Department to improve permitting and site inspections. • H osted meeting with City Manager of Monroe to discuss residential inspection issues. • P articipated in revamping of Liberty Township Comprehensive Plan. CLERMONT COUNTY • O VDC member, Mark Burgess, served as a member of Clermont Co. Planning Commission. • P articipated in Clermont Co. Comprehensive Plan update. HAMILTON COUNTY • A ssisted with amendments to the City of Cincinnati’s residential tax abatement (CRA) program. • O VDC member, Jim Obert, served as a member of the Hamilton Co. Regional Planning Commission. • O VDC member, Brent Coppage, served on Soil & Water Conservation District Oversite Board. • H elped to improve the Hamilton Co. electrical inspection process. • H osted Behind the Scenes Development Tour of Walworth Junction. • P rovided recommendations to Symmes Township’s zoning amendments regarding limitations on side-entry driveways. WARREN COUNTY • C onducted review and analysis of Warren County Storm & Water Regulations. • M et with Lebanon City Manager to discuss improvements to home building regulatory process. REGIONAL UTILITIES • I mproved Duke Energy construction site permitting and inspection process. • I mproved joint trench cooperation between Spectrum, Cincinnati Bell, and Duke Energy. • W orked with utility providers to allow services to be installed beyond dry utilities to promote safe sites. • P rovided input on Ohio EPA’s new Waters of the U.S. regulations. • A ssisted in the development of Cincinnati Metropolitan Sewer District’s pilot residential inspection program. • P romoted sewer tap construction into building footprint before structures are under roof to promote safe sites with MSD.

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13 D I RECTORY & WHO ’ S WHO BUI L DER MEMBERS G NER A L INF O ADVOCACY BUILD-PAC COMMITTEE (T.J. ACKERMANN) Mission: Provides political action support and funding for candidates for public office that have an impact on government policy and regulations. Time Commitment: Meet quarterly; attendance at a variety of political functions. Staff Liaison: Dan Dressman, ddressman@cincybuilders.com (15) CONSTRUCTION CAREERS COMMITTEE (BRAD OLINGER) Mission: Coordinates initiatives including presentations, career days, scholarship programs, and specific events to generate interest in construction-related careers. Time Commitment: Depends on specific activities. Staff Liaison: Melanie Meyer, mmeyer@cincybuilders.com (15) URBAN BUILDING FORUM (BRAD OLINGER) Mission: A forum for members interested in urban residential construction, with a focus on advocacy. Time Commitment: To be determined. Staff Liaison: Dan Dressman, ddressman@cincybuilders.com (20) OPERATIONS ASSET MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE (TERRY SIEVERS/ALAN SCHMIDT, S.R.) Mission: Reviews year-end financial report and results of the yearend independent accountant’s review. Responsible for reviewing and recommending internal control processes. Additionally, the committee is responsible for investing long-term financial assets and allocations to the building, capital, and legal reserve funds. Time Commitment: Meets quarterly or as necessary. No appointments are available at this time. Staff Liaison: Beth Schramm, bschramm@cincybuilders.com (10) BUILDER APPLICATION REVIEW COMMITTEE (DOUG BRYANT) Mission: Reviews applications for builder/remodeler/developer membership to determine eligibility and makes recommendations to the board of directors. Time Commitment: Meets as necessary. Staff Liaison: Melanie Meyer, mmeyer@cincybuilders.com (8) INDUSTRY STANDARDS COMMITTEE (ALAN SCHMIDT, J.R.) Mission: Follow-up, including site visits, regarding public complaints related to builder member construction performance standards. Time Commitment: As necessary. Staff Liaison: Karen Pfeiffer, kpfeiffer@cincybuilders.com. (3-5) HOME SHOWS CiTiRAMA® OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE (T.J. ACKERMANN) Mission: Coordinates implementation of 2021 urban home show in September. Time Commitment: Meets monthly through August. Staff Liaison: Karen Pfeiffer, kpfeiffer@cincybuilders.com (10) DEMONSTRATION HOME COMMITTEE (ALAN GERBUS) Mission: Coordinates all aspects of the HBA demonstration home at CiTiRAMA® 2019. Time Commitment: Meets as necessary. Staff Liaison: Dan Dressman, ddressman@cincybuilders.com (15) HOMEARAMA® OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE (GREG BERLING) Mission: Coordinates implementation of 2021 single site June show and plans special events included in the show. Time Commitment: Meets through June. Staff Liaison: Karen Pfeiffer, kpfeiffer@cincybuilders.com (20 + 15 on Events Subcommittee) LEADERSHIP EDUCATE, ENGAGE, & EXPERIENCE (E3) BOARD (CHRISTINA GYARMATI/RON HOTCHKISS/EMILY FRANKL) Mission: Develops, organizes, and provides oversight to various networking events, including Table Top Nite, Golf Outing, and Dancing with the HBA Stars. Activities are facilitated through a variety of committees. Time Commitment: Depends on the amount of involvement. Staff Liaison: Carli Carpenter, ccarpenter@cincybuilders.com (12) NEXT GEN COMMITTEE (MIKE HINES) Mission: Provides opportunities for young professionals in the residential construction industry to develop business-building relationships. Activities are determined by the council members. Time Commitment: Depends on the level of involvement. Staff Liaison: Melanie Meyer, mmeyer@cincybuilders.com (8) 2021 HBA COMMITTEES/FORUMS/COUNCILS/BOARDS GET BETTER CONNECTED WITH THE HBA BY JOINING A COMMITTEE, FORUM, OR COUNCIL IN 2021. CONTACT THE STAFF LIAISONS FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ANY OF THE GROUPS LISTED BELOW. THE CHAIRS ARE LISTED AFTER EACH GROUP. OTHER GROUPS WILL BE ADDED AS NECESSARY. SOME GROUPS HAVE LIMITED MEMBERSHIP OPENINGS.

14 HOME BUI LDERS ASSOCIATI ON OF GREATER CINCINNATI BUI L DER MEMBERS GENER A L INF O OHIO VALLEY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL (OVDC) (JOSE CASTREJON/GEMMA MAXWELL) Mission: Represents industry interests involving engineering standards, planning, zoning, and utilities that impact land development. Facilitates a series of council committees that meet as necessary to review and consult with public officials on proposed regulations impacting residential land development. Hosts quarterly luncheon meetings on a variety of topics related to land development. Time Commitment: Depends on the amount of involvement. Staff Liaison: Dan Dressman, ddressman@cincybuilders.com (15) MEMBERSHIP MEMBERSHIP DEVELOPMENT/RETENTION COMMITTEE (DUANE PLAPP/JOHN COWAN) Mission: Recruits new members and implements retention programs. Assists in orientation of new members and development of incentive programs. Time Commitment: Monthly for one hour, in addition to followup telephone calls to new and canceled members. Staff Liaison: Melanie Meyer, mmeyer@cincybuilders.com (20) REFERRAL ROUNDTABLE (LEAH GROTE/CINDY PETERS) Mission: Provide a forum for HBA members to promote their business on a more personal level via exclusive weekly networking. Time Commitment: Weekly; limited to 30 maximum (by appointment) to ensure maximum benefit. Staff Liaison: Melanie Meyer, mmeyer@cincybuilders.com (30 EVENTS DANCING WITH THE HBA STARS COMMITTEE (JAMIE HUMES/EMILY FRANKL) Mission: Coordinates all aspects of the program, including securing participants, generating sponsors, and working events. Time Commitment: Meets as necessary. Staff Liaison: Carli Carpenter, ccarpenter@cincybuilders.com (10) GOLF OUTING PLANNING COMMITTEE (DUSTIN KREIGER/LUIS SANCHEZ/ NATHAN MADDEN) Mission: Coordinates the annual golf classic. Time Commitment: Meets three times (before the August event). Volunteer day of the event by acting as course captain, parking attendant, etc. Some additional duties may include raffle prize shopping, grounds set-up, etc. Staff Liaison: Carli Carpenter, ccarpenter@cincybuilders.com (20) PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (NATALIE CONOVER/CINDY PETERS/SCOTT BAKER) Mission: Provides for and develops industry-related seminars/ programs, including monthly Lunch & Learns. Selects speakers, as needed, for HBA events and programs. Time Commitment: Meets ten times per year for about 1.5 hours. Staff Liaison: Carli Carpenter, ccarpenter@cincybuilders.com (6) TABLE TOP NITE PLANNING COMMITTEE (AMY HOLT/LEAH GROTE/SHELLY SCHEUER) Mission: Coordinates the annual trade show. Time Commitment: Meets up to 4 times beginning January before the June event. Additional time will be required for facility set up the day before, the day of the event, and that evening. Staff Liaison: Carli Carpenter, ccarpenter@cincybuilders.com (17) CODE OF ETHICS Members of the Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati subscribe to the following: Members shall constantly seek to provide better values for the customers they serve. Members shall at all times share their knowledge with fellow members and the public in the best interest of those they serve. Members shall not obtain any business by means of fraudulent statements or by use of implications unwarranted by fact or reasonable probability. Members shall comply, both in spirit and letter, with rules and regulations prescribed by law and government agencies for the health, safety and progress of the community. Members shall not perform or cause to be performed any act which would tend to reflect on or bring into disrepute any part of the industry served by this Association.

15 D I RECTORY & WHO ’ S WHO BUI L DER MEMBERS G NER A L INF O NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOME BUILDERS OHIO HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION DELEGATES T.J. Ackermann Brad Olinger Dave Stroup John Cowan Robert J. Buchert.......................... 1995 PAST PRESIDENTS LIFETIME DELEGATES John T. Adams* James F. Brady* Robert J. Buchert± J. Stuart Cowan± J. Carey Fitzpatrick Joseph H. Graue* George M. Lockwood* Mark A. Mercurio Donald R. Misrach Raymond Murphy* Allen E. Paul* M.J. Schwein* Robert O. Thompson David Wittekind NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF HOME BUILDERS 1201 15th Street NW Washington, D.C. 20005 (800) 368-5242 www.nahb.org TRUSTEES John Cowan Alan Gerbus Dave Stroup Brad Olinger T.J. Ackermann Francis Hendy.............................. 1949* Joseph J. Robers.......................... 1952* Raymond D. Sharp....................... 1956* Bill Hendy, Sr.. ............................ 1960* Robert O. Thompson.......................1965 George A. Mossman...................... 1972* James F. Brady. ........................... 1976* Robert J. Buchert...........................1985 J. Carey Fitzpatrick.........................1991 J. Stuart Cowan..............................2010 Jeff Wieland. .................................2020 *Deceased PAST PRESIDENTS LIFETIME TRUSTEES Robert H. Becker James F. Brady* Robert J. Buchert Charles R. Bullington J. Stuart Cowan J. Carey Fitzpatrick William F. Hendy* Ronald A. Horton Kenneth L. Kerr George M. Lockwood* Robert E. Lucke William S. Robertson OHIO HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION 17 South High Street, Suite #700 Columbus, OH 43215 (800) 282-3403 www.ohiohba.com build@ohiohba.com *Deceased ±Senior Life Director

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24 HOME BUI LDERS ASSOCIATI ON OF GREATER CINCINNATI BUI L DER MEMBERS GENER A L INF O 2021 BY THE NUMBERS 57th HOMEARAMA® at Walworth Junction was held in October, first-ever show in the city of Cincinnati, and the only single-site home show held in the tri-state region. 6 of 6 homes in HOMEARAMA® were pre-sold prior to the opening of the show. 652 Realtors attended 2 Realtor events at HOMEARAMA®. 21 industry advocacy-related initiatives were undertaken by the Ohio Valley Development Council to improve new home construction in Greater Cincinnati. 5 of 6 Build-PAC supported candidates were elected. 66 new member companies joined the HBA in 2020, exceeding the annual goal by 40%. 5 new builder members joined the HBA. 35 participated in the biweekly HBA Member Roundtables, via Zoom. 385 attended several in-person and Zoom Coffee Hours, Lunch & Learns and Second Thursdays. 41 members joined the extended HBA Club tiered levels. 226 attended the Vision 2020 Careers in Construction Kick-off event. 27 companies/persons contributed financially to the HBA’s 2020 Vision: Careers in Construction Initiative. 2 in-person Careers in Construction events were held. 488 attended Table Top Nite. 168 attended the Golf Outing. 51 attended the Welcome Back event. 54 attended the Economic Forecast via Zoom, presented by the HBAs of Cincinnati and Dayton. 2 OSHA virtual construction site safety programs were provided. 4 COVID-19 related informational webinars. 3 new member orientation programs were held. 1 new website redesign was completed. 1 new HBA health insurance portal was implemented. 1 HBA Who’s Who Membership Directory was published.

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26 HOME BUI LDERS ASSOCIATI ON OF GREATER CINCINNATI BUI L DER MEMBERS GENER A L INF O OHIO | Cincinatti, OH-KY-IN HOUSING SUPPLY EMPLOYMENT • Nationwide, the number of housing starts rose by 5.8% over the month of December 2020 to 1,669,000. Singlefamily starts rose by 12.0% to 1,338,000. Multifamily starts fell by 13.6% to 331,000. Over the past 12 months, total housing starts are up by 5.2%. Single-family starts are up by 27.8% but multifamily starts are down by 38.7%. • In the Midwest Region, which includes the state of Ohio, the number of housing starts rose by 32.1% over the month of December 2020 to 251,000. Single-family starts rose by 66.9% to 227,000. Multifamily starts fell by 55.6% to 24,000. Over the past 12 months, total housing starts are up by 5.5%. Single-family starts are up by 38.4% but multifamily starts are down by 67.6%. • On a year-to-date basis, total permits over the past 12 months ending in December 2020 are up by 24.4% across the state of Ohio to 29,127. Single-family permits are up by 19.4% to 18,743 and multifamily permits are up by 34.6% to 10,384. In Cincinnati, OH-KY-IN, total permits year-to-date are up by 19.9% to 7,201. Single-family permits are up by 20.6% to 5,314 and multifamily permits are up by 18.2% to 1,887. • The United States lost 9.2 million jobs over the past year, decreasing by 6.0%. In the last month, 328.0 thousand jobs were lost, decreasing by 0.2%. • The Midwest Region, which includes the state of Ohio, lost 2.10 million jobs over the past year, decreasing by 6.2%. In the last month, 192.6 thousand jobs were lost, decreasing by 0.6%. • The state of Ohio lost 351.0 thousand jobs over the past year, decreasing by 6.3%. In the last month, 24.2 thousand jobs were lost, decreasing by 0.5%. • Cincinnati, OH-KY-IN lost 51,500 jobs over the past year, decreasing by 4.6%. In the last month, 1.5 thousand jobs were gained, increasing by 0.1%.

27 D I RECTORY & WHO ’ S WHO BUI L DER MEMBERS G NER A L INF O OHIO | Cincinatti, OH-KY-IN HOUSE PRICES NAHB/WELLS FARGO HOUSING MARKET INDEX • Nationwide, house prices grew by 1.6% over the third quarter of 2020 and over the past year house prices across the country rose by 4.7%. At its low, reached in the third quarter of 2011, house prices in the US were 18.4% below their second quarter of 2007 peak level. Currently, house prices are 22.2% above their boom-related peak level. • Across the East North Central Division, a component of the Midwest Region which includes the state of Ohio, house prices grew by 1.9% over the third quarter of 2020 and over the past year house prices in the Division rose by 4.5%. At its low, reached in the third quarter of 2012, house prices in the East North Central Division were 16.6% below their fourth quarter of 2006 peak level. Currently, house prices in the East North Central Division are 15.9% above their boom-related peak level. • Across the state of Ohio, house prices grew by 2.3% over the third quarter of 2020 and over the past year house prices in the state rose by 5.7%. At its low, reached in the fourth quarter of 2012, house prices in Ohio were 12.9% below their third quarter of 2005 peak level. Currently, house prices in Ohio are 20.8% above their boom-related peak level. • Across the area of Cincinnati, OH-KY-IN, house prices grew by 2.5% over the third quarter of 2020 and over the past year house prices in the metro area rose by 5.5%. At its low, reached in the fourth quarter of 2013, house prices in Cincinnati, OH-KY-IN were 10.8% below their fourth quarter of 2006 peak level. Currently, house prices in Cincinnati, OH-KY-IN are 23.4% above their peak level. • According to the NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI), sentiment among builders for the singlefamily housing market nationally fell by 3 points to 83 over the month of January 2021. Over the past year, the HMI has risen by 8 points from 75 in January 2020. Any value above 50 means more builders are seeing improvement rather than decline. The HMI fell to a low of 8 in January 2009. • Sentiment among builders for the single-family housing market in the Midwest Region, which includes the state of Ohio, fell by 1 point to 81 over the month of January 2021. Over the past year, builder sentiment in the Midwest Region has risen by 14 points from 67 in January 2020. Builder confidence in the Midwest Region fell to a low of 6 in December 2008. This overview was prepared by the Economics and Housing Policy Department of the National Association of Home Builders. Additional information including market research, economic forecasts, and housing statistics can be obtained, by subsciption, through its website, housingeconomics.com or its daily economics blog eyeonhousing.org. Contact Chief Economist Dr. Robert Dietz (rdietz@nahb.org or (202) 266-8285) for more information or to schedule a presentation on national and local economic issues from NAHB’s team of economists.

28 HOME BUI LDERS ASSOCIATI ON OF GREATER CINCINNATI BUI L DER MEMBERS GENER A L INF O Environmental & Energy Regulations The HBA supports a common sense, scientific approach to safeguarding the environment that reasonably balances the protection of endangered species, clean air, and clean water, with the need to allow local communities to grow and thrive both geographically and economically to support all Americans in attaining their American Dream. Our members strive to be good stewards of the environment. One area in which the HBA has taken affirmative action in this regard is the Green Building Initiative, which encourages builders to utilize green methods and materials. However, our members are consistently facing onerous and unnecessary regulations from the EPA, Army Corp. of Engineers, Fish & Wildlife Service, and other federal, state, and local agencies. Examples of these regulations include: • The EPA’s Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) regulation would expand the Clean Water Act by classifying ditches and detention basins as navigable waters of the U.S. and thus subject to federal regulation. This rule will increase the federal government’s role in local land use and increase residential construction costs. The State of Ohio has more recently expanded these regulations to include “Waters of the State,” effectively expanding the Federal rules and limiting and adding new housing costs. • The Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) has placed the northern long-eared bat on the endangered species list and the Indiana Bat. These listings add significant restrictions on residential development, even though the FWS acknowledges that residential development has little impact on bat habitats. • The Army Corps of Engineers is lengthening the amount of time, effort, and expense required to obtain nationwide permits’ approvals. The agency is also allowing the permitting process to be muddled by speculative historic preservation initiatives. • The U.S. Postal Service requires gang mailboxes in all new residential communities, which adversely impacts site planning, safety, and disabled persons forced to leave their homes to pick-up mail. We oppose those regulations that do not meet the common sense, scientific, and reasonable balance test, including economic impact. We also support reasonable energy efficiency standards but are concerned about new standards that are not cost-effective for homeowners, including such new standards that affect home appliances such as hot water heaters, furnaces, and air conditioners, and the discussion prohibiting fossil fuels as energy resources in new home construction. Comprehensive Planning & Local Restrictions The HBA supports good, sound planning for communities to ensure a livable community that reflects the lifestyle choices of community residents, a wide range of housing choices, and a reasonable balance of residential, commercial, and employmentbased development is necessary for a thriving community. We support fair and equal housing opportunities for all persons regardless of race, ethnicity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or sexual preference. We are concerned with several common initiatives inherent in comprehensive planning for a community and is often included in zoning texts. • Restrictions on housing choices, which can disproportionately affect protected classes and overall affordability. • Architectural design restrictions that mandate to homeowners how their home should look, what materials to use, and what landscaping to install, which can disproportionately affect protected classes and overall affordability. • Lot size requirements that restrict the development of certain types of neighborhoods. • Restrictions on the use of culde-sacs in communities. • Restrictions that drive up the costs of housing, thus impacting housing affordability. • Lack of planning for roads, infrastructure, and schools. • The limitation on the extension of sewer and water. • Mandating inclusionary low-income housing in market-rate residential developments, which may be at odds with project marketability and smart investment. There are also other local regulations that can add to the costs of housing. • Requiring the use of certain types of materials in development (e.g., backfill around pipes) when viable and more cost-effective alternatives are available. WHERE WE STAND (Approved as revised by the HBA of Greater Cincinnati Board of Directors, 3/4/21) The following are the 2021 advocacy priorities of the Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati (HBA). For more information, please contact Dan Dressman, Executive Director, ddressman@cincybuilders.com.

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