Epcon Franchising provides a business blueprint to help home builders and land developers simplify their business model, diversify their product line and expand into 55+ home building.
How Epcon Supports Builders
The Epcon Story
Since its inception, Epcon builders have addressed the needs of the most underserved segment of the housing market – 55+ home buyers. As a result of decades of continued research and investment in the type of homes and communities that are popular with 55+ buyers, Epcon builders have built time-tested products in tight-knit communities across the country. Today, Epcon offers copyrighted designs and a streamlined approach for home builders to manage the home building and land development process for 55+ communities.
Epcon homes built since 1986
Communities across the country
Years building homes popular with the 55+ market
Franchise Builder Qualifications
Epcon Franchise Builders come from many backgrounds—from production and custom home builders to land developers and real estate investors. By joining the nationwide Epcon Franchise network, you don’t have to start from scratch to capitalize on the 55+ market opportunity. Here are some of the qualifications to become a Franchise Builder.
“Quickly upon investigating everything Epcon had to offer, we decided it was a perfect complement to the business that we were doing already, and a great way to scale up our company as a whole.”
Kyle Kelly — Kelly Construction
Sioux City, IA
“Where else can a small boutique builder join a top builder and have access to all the resources that Epcon has available?”
Keith Arneson — Pinnacle Properties
“Epcon has been doing this for 35+ years. The company and their systems have even evolved since we originally came onboard in 2018. Just because you have been in the construction industry for years, doesn’t mean you don’t need Epcon’s expertise.”
Glenna Wilson — Charis Homes
North Canton, OH
“We’ve gone from becoming a franchisee to breaking ground on our first project in less than a year. A fast track considering we didn’t really have anything to start with other than an idea.”
Bruce Carrell — Carrell Homes
Myrtle Beach, SC
“We could have come up with something on our own, but it would have taken a long time and involved a lot of mistakes. We wanted to shorten our learning curve and jump right into where we wanted to be.”
Katie Lancianese — New Leaf Homes
“I’ve been in the building industry for over 30 years. To see a company that paralleled a lot of our thoughts was very refreshing.”
Tyrone Leslie — Heritage Homes