Category: Epcon news
Home builders need to keep an eye on both profit margins and sales velocity. Traditionally, home builders have focused on profit margins while ignoring sales velocity. Instead, builders can increase their overall economic returns by considering margins and velocity together, says Fletcher L. Groves III,
Epcon Franchise Builders are Poised to Capitalize on Growing Numbers of Seniors The numbers say it all. According to U.S. Census reports, 14.9% of the population in 2015 was aged 65 or over. By 2035, that statistic is on track to increase to 21.4%. The
Industry professionals, Franchise Builders, share best practices at home building franchise’s annual conference. Epcon, a national homebuilding franchise company, brought together 150 industry professionals, Franchise Builders and vendors under one roof with Impact! 2017, held Feb. 13-15 in Columbus, OH. The annual conference has routinely
Annual conference, networking and educational platform showcases Epcon home building franchise’s commitment to industry intelligence Epcon, a national home building franchise company, will host its annual conference from February 13-15 in Columbus, OH. Impact! 2017 will bring Epcon Franchise Builders, leading housing industry experts, vendors
Home building franchise continues strategic expansion in banner year of growth Building on momentum in 2016, Epcon Communities Franchising, the 40th-largest home builder in the U.S. and the 22nd-largest privately owned home building company in the country (Builder Magazine, May 2016), announces the development of
Home building franchise honored for long-standing contributions through its Condos for the Cure program DUBLIN, Ohio — Epcon Communities Franchising, the 40th-largest home builder in the U.S. and the 22nd-largest privately owned home building company in the country (Builder Magazine, May 2016), was recognized as
Epcon’s low-maintenance, ranch-style homes meet growing demand. “Growth in the nation’s adult population will drive significant household growth over the next decade and beyond,” according to the State of Housing: 2016 report by the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University, which says the
The demand for apartments is decreasing while that for single-story, single-family homes is on the upswing. What does that mean for residential builders and investors? Apartment construction has been a major driver of growth in the housing sector, but recent data suggests the market for apartments might be slowing down with single-family housing borrowing some of that steam.
Partnership with Columbus Honor Flight raises money for veterans while promoting low-maintenance aspect of Epcon homes. Emphasizing the easy living component of its ranch-style homes, Epcon Communities launched its second annual “Freedom Tour” marketing campaign with a series of television ads and postcards encouraging a
Epcon Franchise Builders are well-equipped to meet the evolving needs of the 55+ home buyer. Sixty-two. That’s the average retirement age for women in the United States. The number is only slightly higher for men. Now digest those indicators with 78.8, the average life expectancy in the United States, which has been steadily climbing for years.