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
Franchise Builders Leverage Epcon’s Muscle to Offer Second Homes Epcon Franchise BuildersTony Corona and Thomas Bohlander Principals, Fairway and Sunshine Development, Port Clinton, OH Joint Epcon Franchise Builders since 2005 Epcon homes built: 162 Epcon communities started: 2 Background Tony Corona: custom home building Thomas
By building communities that encourage socialization with neighbors, Epcon Franchise Builders put the “community” in Epcon Communities. On the first Saturday of every month, John Wahlen tries to make it for coffee and donuts at one his Epcon communities. The feel-good aspect is priceless, says
Home building can lead to a much faster ROI for investors. Real estate investors often look for places where they can park their money for years, even decades. It’s a conservative investment strategy that banks on rent and property appreciation to pay long-term dividends. In
Common-area amenity part of Epcon’s commitment to the lifestyle of its homebuyers DUBLIN, Ohio — Epcon Communities, the 40th-largest home builder in the U.S. and the 22nd-largest privately owned homebuilding company (Builder Magazine, May 2016), recently unveiled new, larger clubhouses in several of its communities,