Changes on the horizon for rental homes! Home ownership rates are growing…blame it on the millennials. Click here to read the article.
“Every single year the labor situation has basically gotten worse,” said Patrick Hamill, CEO of Oakwood. To read more on how he has created a solution for Colorado’s construction labor shortage click here .
“Learn from the mistakes of others. You can never live long enough to make them all yourself.” ~Groucho Marx You can bet your life that Groucho was right. Time is short. Why not speed up the learning curve and learn from others’ mistakes and successes? Use Customer Evaluations to Motivate Your Staff Yelp. Trip Advisor. […]
Homebuilders who delivered best customer experience honored with 2017 Eliant Homebuyers’ Choice Awards MBK Homes earns top rating of all multi-divisional home builders in the nation. The Olson Company named top-rated single division builder in the nation. DANA POINT, CA – Homebuilders who provided their customers with the best purchase and ownership experiences—according to surveyed homebuyers—have been honored […]
One of the country’s top home building companies urges its employees to pause their design process and question the “What If” to bring more value to homeowners.
Honesty is the fastest way to prevent a mistake from turning into a failure.
— James Altucher
In just seven short years of operation, TRI Pointe Homes, a member of TRI Pointe Group, has navigated their way to heights unimaginable for such a young company.
Controlling expectations today yields referral-sales tomorrow “The first step in exceeding your customers’ expectations is to know those expectations.” -Roy H. Williams Each day, it has been estimated that 12.8 million people participate in America’s business lunches. When the check arrives at the lunch table, one of the participants usually grabs the tab and says […]
Selling to millennials? This is the kind of stuff they are reading. Our tech-savvy young citizens go to school on the internet, and they eat this stuff for breakfast
Building a home takes about the same amount of time as growing a human baby, and the two events carry with them a remarkably similar amount of anxiety. The difference, however, is that if a mother went months without hearing from her doctor about the condition and progress of the baby, there would be outrage and a very fired doctor. For some reason, though, builders operate under the false idea that buyers don’t need to hear about the progress and condition of their new home’s construction. That’s not only absurd, it signals a troubling disconnect between the sales team and your buyers; that disconnect will cost you referrals.