These discussions are invaluable to us. ‘Homes Inspired by You’ is a core principle of Taylor Morrison’s business, and the feedback we received from our partners definitely will help guide those homes.
Anaheim, California (PRWEB) August 14, 2014
Realtors® from across the country gathered in early August to participate in a roundtable discussion with one of the country’s top homebuilders, Taylor Morrison.
The 18-person panel represented every Taylor Morrison and Darling Homes division in the United States, allowing the homebuilder to gather opinions from a wide cross-section of people who every year help drive sales for the country’s homebuilding industry.
The roundtable discussion was held at Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California, a fitting location for Taylor Morrison. In 2008, the North American homebuilder worked with Disney to help create the Innoventions Dream Home. Each Realtor got an up-close look at the Innoventions attraction, which features the Innoventions Dream Home, before a tour of Disneyland Park.
“We were thankful for the opportunity to gather so many of our partners in the real estate community together to hear their ideas and suggestions for our company as we continue to evolve,” said Graham Hughes, corporate vice president of sales and marketing for Taylor Morrison. “These discussions are invaluable to us. ‘Homes Inspired by You’ is a core principle of Taylor Morrison’s business, and the feedback we received from our partners definitely will help guide those homes.”
“This was a great experience. I’ll remember it as the first time I brought my son to Disneyland and associate that with a builder who took the time to put all of this together just to hear what we thought about their business,” said Johnny Henion of Outlaw Realty in Austin, Texas. “I got to hear what other markets are doing, what their experiences have been, as well as hear new ideas on what I can do. It was great to get perspective on what’s going on all over the country.”
Houston Realtor Kunal Seth and his brother-in-law and fellow Realtor, Sonit of Re/Max Fine Properties in Houston, said they gained plenty of insight from the two-day event.
“What was great about this process was that we had people from different divisions, different production levels, and different parts of the country come together to have an open discussion,” Kunal Seth said. “It was a collaboration about what we’re doing well, what can we do better, and what can I learn from other divisions and different states. That was fantastic."
“l thought there were some great ideas exchanged, things I hadn’t thought about before,” said Sonit Seth. “Plus, it was great networking. You meet different people within the company that maybe you’ve seen here or there, but when you can actually meet them, it’s very nice.”
Selection criteria varied by division, but many of the attendees were among the top sales producers this year, allowing Taylor Morrison officials to solicit the opinions of well-qualified sales professionals.
“It was an inspired dialogue that we feel further strengthens our bond with the Realtor community,” Hughes said.
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About Taylor Morrison:
Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, Taylor Morrison Home Corporation (NYSE: TMHC) operates in the U.S. under the Taylor Morrison and Darling Homes brands, and in Canada under the Monarch brand. Taylor Morrison is a builder and developer of single-family detached and attached homes serving a wide array of customers, including first-time, move-up, luxury, and active adult customers. Taylor Morrison divisions operate in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, and Texas. Darling Homes serves move-up and luxury homebuyers in Texas. Monarch, Canada's oldest homebuilder, builds homes for first-time and move-up buyers in Toronto and Ottawa, as well as high rise condominiums in Toronto. For more information about Taylor Morrison, Darling Homes or Monarch, please visit http://www.taylormorrison.com, http://www.darlinghomes.com and http://www.monarchgroup.net.