Visit an Epcon community near you
Since 1986, Epcon and our Franchise Builders have developed over 350 communities and have sold more than 30,000 homes in 28 states. Most of our Franchise Builders decided to join Epcon after seeing one of our communities up close. Those visits gave them a much better understanding of why buyers are so impressed with our communities. We build great homes, and we also build great lifestyles. Epcon Communities provide gorgeous, low-maintenance homes in friendly neighborhoods, with gathering spaces for friends and family inside homes, in private courtyards and in shared community spaces.
On the map above, the red pins show communities where homes are being built and sold. Black circles show established communities built by Epcon or a Franchise Builder. Find the Epcon Community nearest you, and see why our homes are popular across the country.
Come see why now is the time to become an Epcon Franchise Builder
The housing industry cannot keep up with the demands of the “silver tsunami” — Baby Boomers who are expected to account for more than 52% of new home sales, according to Metrostudy (a division of Hanley Wood). The flood of demand places our Franchise Builders in a unique position to provide housing that is popular with active adults for years to come.
“There is massive demand for ranch-style, low-maintenance housing, and there are not nearly enough builders focusing on the needs and desires of 55+ buyers,” says Epcon CEO and Director Ed Bacome. “This mismatch between supply and demand creates a huge opportunity for Epcon Franchise Builders.”
Virtual tours of our home models assist Epcon Franchise Builders in the pre-sale process. These virtual tours enable potential home buyers to get a sneak peek into their dream home before they can visit a real-world site for themselves.
Take a tour for yourself and see what 30,000+ home buyers now call home.
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