Organisation : National Home Builders Registration Council, Department of Human Settlements
Facility Name : Renew NHBRC Membership (Home Builders Membership Renewal)
Country : South Africa
Website : https://nhbrc.org.za/renewal/
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How To Renew NHBRC Membership?
The renewal process is the membership renewal of the homebuilder who is able to meet their obligations in terms of the requirements of the NHBRC. The first step in this process begins by completing a form.
Step-1 : Write in black pen.
Step-2 : Take the time to complete all sections of the document and attach all the necessary documentation.
Step-3 : Submit to your nearest Provincial Customer Care Office. Nearest Office
Step-4 : You’ll be issued with a reference number and invoice to make payment
Download Form : https://www.southafricain.com/uploads/pdf2023/28906-Form.pdf
Access Online Services : https://nhbrc.org.za/online-services/
Banking Details of NHBRC Membership Renewal
An annual membership fee of R526.32 is due every year. Annual membership renewal is due once a year.
National Home Builders
First National Bank
Account Number: 62081366520
Branch Code: 255005
Payment can be made via online payment.
NHBRC Offices :
Submit your documents to your nearest Provincial Customer Care Center.
Your renewal submission process should take about 04 working days.
Why Renew Your NHBRC Membership?
In terms of the Act, any person in the business of home building must be registered with the NHBRC and renew their membership annually. Any person who contravenes this, shall be guilty of an offence liable of conviction to a fine or imprisonment for a period not exceeding one year.
Benefits of Registering with the NHBRC
** Compliance with the Act
** Recognition by financial institutions as an accredited home builder
** Access to mediation services
** Access to NHBRC training programmes and other building resources.
Required Documents For NHBRC Membership Renewal
** Completed renewal form (RR001). Please remember that only a black pen is to be used and writing must be clear and readable. (ALL)
** Certified ID copies of Managing Directors, Shareholders or Owner of the business, copies must have been certified within the last 3 months. If a person is not South African, then a certified copy of the passport and work permit is required. (ALL)
** Banking details and either a copy of a cancelled cheque or a stamped letter from the bank confirming banking details and must not be older than 3 months. No email print outs will be allowed. (ALL)
** Proof of residence which must not be older than 3 months. (ALL)
** Latest Abridged Certificate for Annual Returns (CIPC/CIPRO)
** Signed consent for reference check letter. (ALL)
Toll Free: 0800 200 824
Fraud Hotline: 0800 203 698
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Additional Simplified Procedure
To renew your NHBRC membership, you can follow these steps:
1. Download the renewal form:
You can download the renewal form from the NHBRC website or from your nearest NHBRC provincial customer care center.
2. Complete the renewal form:
Be sure to fill out all of the required information, including your name, contact information, and membership number.
3. Submit the renewal form and payment:
You can submit the renewal form and payment by mail, email, or in person at your nearest NHBRC provincial customer care center.
If you are renewing online:
1. Go to the NHBRC Online Services portal.
2. Log in to your account or create an account if you don’t have one.
3. Click on the “Renew Membership” link.
4. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the renewal process.
** You can pay your renewal fee by credit card, debit card, or bank transfer.
** If you are paying by bank transfer, you will need to include your membership number in the reference field.
** It can take up to 10 business days for your renewal to be processed.
** Once your renewal has been processed, you will receive a confirmation email.
** Your NHBRC membership must be renewed annually.
** If you fail to renew your membership, you will be suspended from the NHBRC and will not be able to build new homes.