Shaddock Homes Continues to Build High-quality homes for North Texas Families

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Shaddock Homes has been building quality homes in North Texas for over 40 years.

You must stay solvent because in these unstable times, you never know where the economy is headed.

Shaddock Homes has been building quality homes in North Texas for over 40 years. And in those 40 years, Peter Shaddock has learned that cash is king in the home building business.

"If you're out of cash, you're out of business," said Peter Shaddock. "You must stay solvent because in these unstable times, you never know where the economy is headed." This particular philosophy has served Mr. Shaddock well and has helped him develop scenic communities in Frisco, Allen, and Murphy, Texas.

Mr. Shaddock admits that the successes of his communities are due to the locations in which they are positioned, saying, "many of our developments are in prime locations, which attract many of our out-of-state buyers. We are also near the best schools, and expressways, which are incredibly important to North Texas families."

Gathering ideas and inspirations from European architects, Peter Shaddock has successfully blended many traditional European architectural traits, with a comfortable Texas guise. In fact, Shaddock Homes now has a wide selection of homes to choose from, including: French, English Tudor, Mediterranean, and custom luxury homes.

This is why many North Texans and out-of-state buyers are choosing Shaddock Homes over their competitors. With an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau (BBB), Shaddock Homes has proven that excellence and reliability come first, and they pledge to continue delivering the same quality service with the Shaddock integrity that has kept them in business for almost half a century.

About Shaddock Homes

Shaddock Homes has been building quality luxury homes in North Texas for over 40 years. With developments in Frisco, Allen, and Murphy; Shaddock Homes has positioned themselves to be a leading luxury homebuilder in Texas.

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