Category: Franchisee Interviews
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
It might be tempting to credit the Scarmazzis’ success to the Chocolate Paradiso biscotti that Paul loves to bake for his customers. Or the warm hugs his wife, Lisa, likes to share. But really, it’s the Epcon homes that anchor their portfolio that has made them accomplished regional homebuilders, the husband-wife team says.
Justin Bauer of Midwest Development Partners Anticipating Rapid Growth as Epcon Franchise Builder. That “right thing” was the diversification from custom-building homes to including Epcon homes in the portfolio. Born and raised in Ankeny, Iowa, Bauer was on his way to a career in golf when he found another business that fit him to a tee:
Building homes and changing lives through proven systems and business model Brock Fankhauser still remembers his first sale of an Epcon home way back in 2000. He and his wife, Nicole, were planting flowers outside their brand new sales center in Charlotte, North Carolina, when
Case Study: After 20 years as an Epcon Franchise Builder, Craig Crossley shares why he believes the future looks even more promising
In 2016 Epcon Communities Franchising, Inc. celebrates 30 years in homebuilding, and 20 years in the franchise homebuilding business. Craig Crossley is one of the original Franchise Builders and 20 years later he continues to build Epcon homes with no thought of slowing down any
Builder and Developer, a nationally recognized homebuilder news trade magazine, spotlighted three long-standing Epcon Franchise Builders as part of their coverage of Epcon’s milestone achievements: thirty years in the homebuilding business and twenty years in the franchising space. Franchise Builders Craig Crossley of Crosstowne Properties
Case study: After many years of successfully building large custom homes, the Weavers explain why they started building Epcon homes
Bill and Bonnie Weaver know residential home building. As successful custom home builders in the Pittsburgh area, their business, Weaver Master Builders, was constructing five to ten large custom homes a year throughout the 80s and 90s, but the couple was looking to diversify and
Traditional single-family home builder becomes large regional builder with help of homebuilding franchise.
Successful Epcon Franchise Builder Peter Engles tells how he used his experience in sales as an asset in the success of his second career in the housing industry