Todd Waguespack, Level Homes’ Managing Partner remarked, "We are a builder that provides homes customers aspire to buy at all income levels. This comes with a deep understanding of any market we enter, and careful planning of our homes and communities."
Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) April 08, 2013
The Raleigh real estate market is hot. From 2011-2012, home sales have increased more than 30 percent, according to the National Housing Report. The reason for the increase—population growth. Forbes ranked Raleigh the 4th fastest growing city, but that’s not the only reason Level Homes has chosen this market for its national expansion.
Todd Waguespack, Level Homes’ Managing Partner remarked, "We are a builder that provides homes that customers aspire to buy at all income levels. This comes with a deep understanding of any market we enter, and careful planning of our homes and communities before we sell to Level Homes customers."
Level Homes strives to speak to buyers at all phases of the home buying lifecycle; be it first time buyers, those looking to move up or empty nesters.
“Many of our competitors are driven by product building rather than by the consumers themselves,” said Briggs Napier III, Vice President of Sales and Marketing and home building industry veteran. “Level Homes’ approach is one that aims to connect with the market, which places prominence on understanding buyers, their personalities and how to suit their lifestyle,” said Napier.
When designing homes, Level Homes works with architects to address the customers’ needs and desires. They also provide structural and design options so that buyers can customize their homes according to their taste.
Level Homes is currently building in the following communities in the Raleigh-Durham area:
- Ellington Place, Apex – 52 homesites starting from the $250s to be open with a new home model this April 2013
- The Estates at WestHigh, Cary – 38 homesites starting from the $400s, opening in June/July 2013
- Cardinal Oaks, Durham – 140 homesites starting from the $150s to be completed late summer 2013
(Number of homes is approximate for each community).
Napier is excited to help take Level Homes from a regional Baton Rouge company, to a homebuilder powerhouse with a national footprint. “With the positive impact that home building has on local communities by way of jobs, we are helping to create more healthy environments,” said Napier.
According to the National Home Builders Association, each residential home built creates three jobs, predominantly in construction, but also for ancillary service providers including real estate brokers, lawyers and others that serve home builders and buyers.
About Level Homes
Level Homes, also known as Level Construction and Development, has been building consumer-centric new homes since 2000. Having started as a Louisiana-based homebuilder, the company intends to be a top 10 builder in each new market it enters. Each Level Homes neighborhood is carefully planned to create communities that speak to the homebuyer’s needs of today, taking into consideration price, design and functionality.
Learn more about Level Homes at http://www.LevelHomesLifestyle.com.
For more information, contact:
Briggs Napier, III
516 N. West Street