Highland Homes

In Good Company

All good companies know what it means to start out small; they know what it takes to go from an unheard of name to a nationally recognized entity. They know that hard work and dedication are not something to tout yet ignore - that they are, instead, something that should be expected and gotten by customers without them having to ask.; Fortunately for you, this is what Highland Homes, a home-building company with developments throughout Texas, represents, for Highland Homes is a good company.

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Highland Homes History

Highland Homes began in 1985 with a family determined to become one of the leading homebuilders in the country. They strove in the beginning, and continue to do so today, to prove their commitment to the customer through the homes they built, the services they provided and the families they housed. Some 13 years later they have become a hugely successfully, yet still family owned, company, constructing more than 2,500 houses a year in the Austin real estate market, Dallas-Fort Worth, San Antonio and Houston markets.

As would be expected of any successful, reputable company, Highland Homes has received its fair share of honors. In 2006, it was named one of the Best Companies to Work for In Texas, and it recently received the Diamond Builder Award from Home Buyer Warranty. Regularly ranked among the top 40 new homebuilders, Highland Homes also counts among its awards the many referrals that come from old and existing clients, be it home buyers or realtors.

But how exactly does Highland Homes operate?

Highland Homes builds homes and then it works with realtors to fill those homes with eager home buyers. This is accomplished through a partnership between Highland Homes (the builder) and the realtor. There is never an unequal balance between the two parties but rather a well laid out understanding that together they can find homes for families. The realtor works one on one with a sales counselor who is there not only to answer questions but also to personalize the home, so that it best suits the needs and desires of the buyer.

Why Buy Highland?

The next question, then, is who is the buyer? The Highland Homes buyer is anyone looking for a single-family house, interested in unique design paired with quality structure. Highland Homes' size enables the future homeowner to look nearly anywhere in the state. In Austin, there are developments in Belterra, located near the intersection of 290 and 71; Steiner Ranch, near Lake Travis with homes beginning at $590 thousand; the less expensively priced Whitestone Oaks; Walsh Ranch; Hidden Glen; Teravista; Falcon Point; Commons at Rowe Point; and ShadowGlen. And that's just the beginning. Highland Homes has the hope for more. Given their growth rate thus far there's no doubt more will come.

Contact Affinity Properties, your Highland Home Realtors?, for more information about guiding you through buying your new Highland home.

If you're a Austin Realtor, Highland Homes is the type of company that you want to work with; if you are a homeowner, the same is true. The company works with the individual, with the individual in mind. And that equals satisfaction, almost every time. So if there's a Highland development near you or in the area of where you're looking, don't pass up the opportunity to move into one of those homes.