Epcon home building franchise launches website to explain business opportunity driven by retiring Baby Boomers.
David Labus and his partner, Carl Fankhauser, find their niche selling beautiful, freestanding courtyard-style homes in West Chester, Ohio.
Why is the Epcon Home Building Franchise Perfectly Positioned for Today’s Housing Market? CNBC Explains
CNBC article talks of housing shortage for retirees and how smart builders are taking notice.
Columbus CEO magazine shines light on the successes of Epcon Communities Franchising in talking with the company’s thought leaders.
As they are entering or nearing retirement, Baby Boomers are looking for a lifestyle change. With more financial security than younger generations, they also have the ability to purchase the home they want.
Income, age, presence of children, homeownership rate, cost of living and urbanicity affect the rankings of the top housing deficit markets. These markets might have a projected housing gap, but many of them also have economic diversity, strong tourism and a well-educated workforce that can support a growing housing market.
Epcon Communities Franchising, Inc. (Epcon) announced that it actively seeks individuals interested in becoming a franchise home builder in the Phoenix area.