Hiawatha, Kansas, 10th May 2022, ZEXPRWIRE, Jeremey Lawson, the owner of Homestead Builders, has announced the opening of a new office in Texas. The new location will serve as a home base for sales and marketing operations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The Texas office is strategically placed as a base for selling and marketing the company’s high-quality homes throughout the state.
Through the new office, Homestead Builders is hoping to expand its market reach and provide quality homes to more Texans. Lawson stated that he chose the location for its centrality and access to major highways.
Mr. Lawson is an experienced builder who takes pride in providing his clients with top-notch construction and customer service. He looks forward to expanding his business operations in Texas and helping more people find their dream homes. Lawson stated that he is excited to offer his quality products and services to homeowners in the region. He added that the new office will feature an interactive showroom where customers can explore different floor plans, finishes, and features.
This comes shortly after the company recently opened new offices in Iowa and Kansas. The company is confident that with an even bigger market they’ll be able to lower their costs further while maintaining a high level of excellence. Through economies of scale, the company aims to cut costs and pass the same advantages to customers.
As one of the leading home builders in the Mid-West, Homestead Builders is excited about the expansion as it will allow them to provide even more high-quality homes at an affordable price, and with a faster turnaround time for custom orders. Homestead Builders is committed to making the home buying process as smooth as possible for their customers. They offer housing options for all income levels and work diligently to ensure that every customer is satisfied with their new home. With the new location in the Texas market, they are confident that they will be able to continue providing excellent homes and customer service for years to come.
It’s a continuation of the company’s culture of providing high-quality homes at affordable prices. It has in the past invested heavily in state-of-the-art building technologies that help them keep costs low while keeping customers happy.
To celebrate the move, Homestead builders will be offering free consultation services regarding homeownership to a local family in need. This is just one way that they plan on giving back to the community.
Homestead Builders is an Iowa-based builder of cabins, barns, and turnkey homes. It is the brainchild of Jeremy Lawson. Jeremy Lawson has been in the business for over 20 years. He started the company with a passion for construction and a commitment to excellence. Over the years, he has perfected his craft, and today, Homestead Builders is one of the most respected construction companies in the midwest. From small projects to large-scale development, Jeremy and his team have the experience and expertise to get the job done right. They have a reputation for quality workmanship and customer service and are always looking for new ways to improve their services.
The homes the company constructs are built to last, withstanding the wear and tear of daily life. This commitment to quality has earned Homestead Builders a reputation for being one of the most reliable home builders in the country. In addition to its dedication to affordability and durability, Homebuilders is also committed to giving back to communities. The company has a history of donating homes to families in need, as well as providing financial support to community organizations. This commitment to giving back has helped to make Homebuilders one of the most beloved builders in the Mid-West.
Company Name:-Homestead Builders
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