United-Bilt Homes Continues To Grow With 7 New Strategically Located Offices

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The good news continues at United-Bilt Homes. The company is announcing seven new sales offices in key locations in Texas and Oklahoma, effective April 1. The locations became available when Jim Walter Homes closed down its operations. Details about United-Bilt Homes, which celebrated its 50th anniversary last year, can be found at http://www.ubh.com.

United-Bilt Homes continues to buck the trend when it comes to guiding a steady course in a rough economy. The company, which began building homes in 1958, has dramatically expanded its operations with the announcement of seven new sales offices in key locations in Texas and Oklahoma.

"These are exciting times for UBH," said Craig Young, UBH's Executive Vice President. "With the closing of Jim Walter Homes, we have been able to purchase many new sales offices in key locations in Texas and Oklahoma."

The offices will be open effective April 1.

As far as the new locations, Young said, "In Texas these are Cleveland, Corpus Christi, Fort Worth, Rosenberg, San Antonio and Terrell. In Oklahoma we will be opening an office in Oklahoma City. We will also be expanding our presence in Tyler with the purchase of a Jim Walter Homes and Neatherlin sales office."

So, given the current economic conditions, why did UBH decide to expand? Young had this to say: "While not entirely immune, UBH has never been impacted as significantly, either positively or negatively, by national economic conditions. Our business continues to grow, and the closing of Jim Walter Homes presented a great opportunity to add strategic locations and people that match our market footprint and business model." http://www.ubh.com

Among the unique aspects UBH has to offer: It specializes in on-your-land construction of new homes. It offers competitive cost-per-unit pricing because it operates its own lumberyard. It purchases materials in bulk directly from suppliers.

"Lumber prices are at an all-time low, and we offer the highest quality homes for the best price," said Donald R. Pitts, President of United-Bilt Homes. "Qualified buyers will also enjoy the lowest interest rates in decades, and many will benefit from the new $8,000 first-time home buyer tax credit. There's never been a better time to buy a custom-built home."

For additional information, contact Susan Idlet at (479) 872-3811 or visit http://www.ubh.com.

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