Kansas Company Becomes Major Player in State after adding Epcon Homes to Suite of Offerings Scott Lehner kept books for a home builder during college, gaining valuable insight into the home building industry. After college, he spent about 18 years as an accountant and investment
Marketing is a cornerstone of an efficient home building company and critical for selling homes. As residential builders know, it takes more than vertical construction to maintain a healthy home building business. Marketing and sales support, both before and after a home is closed, are
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
Epcon Communities’ floor plans in-line with what many new homebuyers are looking for. Many homeowners in the 55+ demographic have traditionally looked to downsize once their current home no longer meets their needs. That movement has been gaining increasing traction in recent years, spurred by
How a Successful Custom Home Builder Added Production Building to Her Business through an Unlikely Source…Franchising
Kim Kreidler has nearly sold out two communities in Lafayette and West Lafayette, Indiana, and has plans for several more.
Epcon’s Promenade model home won “Best Interior/Product Design,” proving home building franchise’s popularity. Epcon, a national home building franchise, is noted for its ranch-style, low-maintenance homes that particularly appeal to the 55+ set. Since the focus is on nurturing a carefree lifestyle, Epcon customer reviews
Epcon helps custom home builders diversify by adding production building to their portfolio “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.” That’s safe advice for everyone but is especially relevant for home builders. It’s a business strategy that rang true for Tony Corona, a custom
Smart floor plans and pre-planned communities can increase home builder profit Home builders often start with a raw piece of land and then strategize how best to maximize their return on investment, deciding between building a few large custom homes, more smaller homes or high-density
Demographic trends and new home availability point to robust growth potential for Franchise Builders. The National Association of Home Builders delivered more good news recently: The 55+ housing market made strong gains in the third quarter of 2016, with a housing market index above 50.
Baby Boomers form a lucrative slice of the residential housing market. Epcon Franchise Builders can capitalize on this demographic. Follow the money. It’s the mantra on which all businesses are built. So if you were to start a home building business or looking to add