March 24, 2022

Brand New Twist to “New Home” Ownership

The New Home Program - 5% Down Buys The Land - 100% Financing On Labor And Material Cost - 20% Equity Or More Upon Completion - We Don't Require Perfect Credit - Over 40,000 Homes Built

(PRWEB) March 24, 2022 -- FGG specializes in helping people become qualified to be a New Home owner when they felt there was no possibility. FGG has gone Nationwide with their exciting new method of getting people qualified for New Home Ownership. Alex Jakubowski, the President of FGG stated, “This is a very rewarding business, everyday people are qualifying for their Dream Home. The biggest problem we have is people prejudging their ability to qualify. People who have been turned down several times are amazed they have qualified for their own New Home. Last week one of our clients, had been turned down for a Credit Card the week before, then qualified for a New $200,000 Home through our FGG program. ”

The company says there is a few criteria customers must meet before they are approved to take part in the program. Applicants must have a down payment equal to 5 percent of the land value; they must have a household income of approximately $40,000, and they must agree to act as project manager.

If clients already own their land, no down payment is required.

Clients may choose from 22 styles of homes – ranch, two-story, split-level, etc. – with three to five bedrooms.

All homes are stick built from the ground up and range in size from 1,200 square feet to 2,800 square feet.

Clients must complete their home within 1 year of receiving their loan. No payments are due until the clients have moved into their new home.

Mr. Jakubowski said, “One of the major strengths of our program is clients can easily build equity into their New Home by acting as their own project manager. By doing this our clients have more control over the building process. They will select their own land, apply for permits and hire contractors and our agency helps assist with each process.”

The program guarantees at least 20 percent equity on the very first day clients move into their homes.

Upon completion of the home, homeowners get a mortgage from the lending institution of their choice and pay the construction loan.

David Allen SR a representative of FGG, puts potential homebuilder's in touch with the agency that offers the loans.

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New Home Construction Boot Camp™ from the Allen Mortgage & Real Estate Group - Helps Hundreds of Homebuyers Choose the Right Home

The Allen Mortgage & Real Estate Group is helping homebuyers choose the right home with the launch of their New Home Construction Boot Camp.

Arden Hills, MN (PRWEB) March 24, 2022 -- – The Allen Mortgage & Real Estate Group, a leading mortgage & real estate services company, is helping homebuyers choose the right home with the launch of their New Home Construction Boot Camp.

With the recent explosion of new construction in the Twin Cities area, the Allen Mortgage & Real Estate Group is offering advice via educational classes to help Minnesota and Wisconsin-based homebuyers learn what to ask and to expect when buying or building a new home.

“Buying or building a home is a huge investment and a daunting task for many people, especially first time homebuyers,” said Cindy Allen, CEO. “By offering educational boot camps, the Allen Mortgage & Real Estate Group helps remove the uncertainty from the home buying & new construction process, so that home buyers feel comfortable with their final decision.”

The New Home Construction Boot Camp from the Allen Mortgage & Real Estate Group addresses key concerns and questions posed by many home buyers considering new construction, including:
• What are the red flags to watch for in new home construction?
• Can I really afford a new home?
• What is the importance of good warranties and how do they work?
• What do I need to know about land, zoning, home sites and soil testing?

“The New Home Construction Boot Camp taught me that you don’t have to already own a home to be able to build a new one,” said Allen Group client, Hildah Makori. “First time home buyers can afford to build new construction too.”

Free New Home Construction Boot Camps are being hosted by the Allen Mortgage & Real Estate Group at the following times and locations:

March 29, 2022 7 pm Arden Hills, MN
April 4, 2022 7 pm River Falls, WI
April 18, 2022 7 pm Edina, MN
May 16, 2022 7 pm Minnetonka, MN

To register, visit or call 651-490-6213.

About The Allen Mortgage & Real Estate Group
The Allen Mortgage & Real Estate Group is a Twin Cities-based mortgage services company, offering free boot camps to new home construction buyers and educational classes to help first time homebuyers understand the home buying process. Contact the Allen Mortgage & Real Estate Group at

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March 16, 2022

Retirement Community Developer Announces Lakes of Mount Dora

Pringle Development announces the grand opening of Lakes of Mount Dora retirement community.

(PRWEB) March 16, 2022 -- Pringle Development, a leading developer and residential homebuilder of adult communities in central Florida announced their latest community, Lakes of Mount Dora.

Lakes of Mount Dora will be located just north of the downtown area of Mount Dora on SR 44. The development of the retirement community will be approximately 550 acres and will have 950 single family homes upon completion.

The homes in the new adult community will feature facades with higher roof pitches and stone accents designed to achieve an upscale New England look. The residential homes will be constructed to be Energy Star compliant, offering the benefits of lower monthly bills and increased levels of comfort.

The retirement community’s 18,000 square-foot waterfront clubhouse will host numerous indoor activities and be surrounded by a fitness trail, tennis courts and a designer pool, among other outdoor amenities. The focal point of the community is the navigable lake system where many homes will enjoy waterfront views and a lifestyle that supports fishing and boating in craft less than 18’ powered by electric motors or the human occupants themselves. No gasoline powered boats will be allowed on the integral lake system although adjacent Loch Leven, which fronts one of the retirement community’s park areas, does permit larger, conventionally powered motorboats.

About Pringle Development
Pringle Development has specialized in developing residential active adult communities since 1981. In addition to Lakes of Mount Dora, the company currently has two other active projects in Lake County (Legacy of Leesburg and Royal Harbor). Previously developed retirement communities in the county include Scottish Highlands, Highland Lakes and Royal Highlands.

Visit or to learn more about Pringle Development.

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March 09, 2022

Vision of Amberly - Officially Introduced to North Carolina

Amberly, the highly anticipated master planned community, will be one of the Triangle's largest when completed, with 5,000 homes spanning 1,000 acres in western Cary. The community will offer residents many opportunities previously unavailable in the Triangle and all of NC

Cary, NC (PRWEB) March 9, 2022 -- The developers of the highly anticipated Amberly development in Cary officially unveiled their vision for the 5,000-home master planned community. At a "Friends of Amberly" event at the Matthews House in Cary, several members of the Amberly team delivered dedication speeches, and introduced many Amberly partners and associates to a "Vision of Amberly" DVD presentation, and an official premiere of Amberly's logo and creative elements.

The presentation provided a platform for developer GS Carolina and owner L.M. Sandler & Sons to express their gratitude for all of those who took part in the community's conceptualization and development. Amberly's principals showed their appreciation for the land planners and architects, who helped guide the Amberly vision and map out its future.

"The foundation of this community is the result of a team of individuals and groups, some of the most talented and reputable in the industry that we cannot thank enough for what they've contributed," said David Guy, Development Manager of Amberly.

The developers extended their gratitude to the teams of builders, including Pulte Homes, KB Home, the Amberly Builder Group, and Del Webb, developers of the Active Adult neighborhoods of Amberly. It's been acknowledged that these homebuilders and developers, for the next several years, will establish what helps make this an all-encompassing community. Each builder's individual home styles will appeal to young, growing and mature families, as well as those seeking active adult lifestyles and retirement settings.

The Amberly team also expressed its gratitude to the Town of Cary, Mayor Ernie McAlister and several dignitaries and council members – those who worked alongside the developers for the past few years to help make Amberly possible from a legislative standpoint. The list of Amberly's friends also included the residents of the Town of Cary who contributed to the "Vision of Amberly DVD" through their interviews and stories.

The Friends of Amberly event continued to reveal the developer's inspirations for the community. Amberly is described by its designers as an all-encompassing community aimed at establishing a wholesome lifestyle – all centered around four principal elements – Environment, Education, Wellness and Technology.

According to the developers, each element is brought to life by a number of components of the community and a vast assortment of amenities, activities and exclusive opportunities. "Our entire team has poured their efforts into making this a monumental development – a vast natural setting and environment that will be a fully integrated residential community where the greatest variety of residents can thrive and grow," said Bob Jones, General Manager of Amberly.

"Amberly, with its wide range of opportunities made available for all lifestyles, is truly becoming a first for the state of North Carolina, a way of life that has never been offered. All of our partners and friends who contributed to Amberly's creation can be proud," added Guy.

Amberly, an L.M. Sandler & Sons Inc. community, is being developed by GS Carolina of Charlotte and a number of the industry's most established partners and associates. As with the Sandler & Sons' best selling community and 2004 community of the year, Bedford At Falls River, and the award-winning Wakefield Plantation, L.M. Sandler & Sons is dedicated to making Amberly another premier community in the Triangle area. Amberly is situated on the western edge of Cary, straddling the border of Wake and Chatham Counties, and is located just off Highway 55, which will soon intersect with I-540

For more information about the upcoming plans or to learn about the available homes and amenities, visit

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March 05, 2022

Making a Good First Impression- Kara Homes

Expanding on a successful 22-year career in land development and residential construction, Zudi Karagjozi, President and founder of Kara Homes, is positioned for the challenges of today's home building market.

(PRWEB) March 5, 2022 -- Karagjozi, the president and founder of East Brunswick-based Kara Homes, has been getting home buyers’ attention and keeping it long enough to have been named the fastest growing homebuilder in the nation by BUILDER MAGAZINE in 2002

Kara Homes, which has 13 developments in Monmouth and Ocean counties, topped the magazine’s list by going from $1 million in revenue in 1999 to $34 million in 2001. For a homebuilder, revenue is the value of sales closed during a particular time period.

Kara remains small in comparison to long established builders such as Middletown based Hovnanian Enterprises Inc., the largest homebuilder in New Jersey, which had revenue of $1.74 billion in fiscal 2001. But Karagjozi said the company has made big strides since he started with four employees in a leaky sales trailer in October 1999. He now has 140 employees.

Karagjozi said he tries to grab a home buyer’s attention by combining features usually found in an upscale home or mini mansion with a price that is still within reach of most middle-class people.

Buyers want more-
Home buyer today do not want the house they grew up in, he said, they want something more grand. One key element is the two-story-high entry, Karagjozi said. “That’s what you always you always saw in the movie.”

Other features are a balcony that overlooks the first floor, high ceilings with skylights, a lot of sunlight in the kitchen and dining areas, whirlpool tubs and impressive kitchens and bathrooms, he said.

“Kitchens and bathrooms help sell homes,” Karagjozi said. “And the family room, the family room has to be awesome, whenever possible. That’s the hook.”

Kara Homes attempts to offer these elements at a price the middle-class buyer can afford, Karagjozi said. The average price of the company’s single-family homes, which range in size from 1,700 to 5,000 square feet, is about $400,000 he said.

Good timing-
Karagjozi said that he picked a good time to start the company, given the low mortgage rates that have fueled booming housing market, over the last three years.

Karagjozi, who received a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Boston college in 1981, said he was reminded of a quotation he once read from the head of a company that had been successful: “First was timing, second was luck and third was talent.”

Karagjozi was not always lucky. In his first attempt to make the transition from real estate to developer be encountered several obstacles.

Karagjozi had purchased an option on site in Old Bridge in 1986 and had received preliminary approvals by 1988. “That was the beginning of the end,” he said. “And I knew it was going to happen because I was 28 years old at that time and didn’t know anything. My professionals are telling me I need off-site improvements that cost about $3.5 million I’m saying, “What’s an off-site improvement?”

In addition to the legal and engineering costs needed to get the project approved, Karagjozi and his parents had to spend $25,000 every six months to keep their option on the property alive. They also had to purchase eight other parcels near the site.

Meanwhile, the demand for housing slackened. Of the initial $915,000 invested to try to get the project started, Karagjozi said he risked $400,000 personally. Some years his wife, Lysbeth, earned more money at her job as a flight attendant then he did, he said.

“You know the old saying ‘No pain, no gain?” he said with a laugh. “I’ve had a hell of a lot of pain.”

Eventually Karagjozi and his partners teamed with an established developer Matzel and Mumford, and the project, High Pointe was completed with 188 homes. But Karagjozi said it was not until 1995 before he recovered his initial investment and began to see a profit.

Karagjozi and his wife and daughters, now live in High Pointe. He believes the key to the housing market is the monthly payment. As long as it does not cost much more per month to buy a house than it does to rent, homes will sell, he said.

Keith T. Gumbinger vice president of HSH Associates, a Butler based company that tracks mortgage rates, agreed.

Rates create demand-
“The decline of interest rates means more people could afford to buy homes,” he said. “That helped produce demand in the market. That keeps affordability at a relatively high pace.”

As long as mortgage rates are low, and they are currently near 40-year-lows Gumbinger said, people can afford the monthly payment to buy a house, even at what would used to be considered “high” prices. Average rates for a 30-year fixed rate loan are at 6.13 percent and borrowers can get lower than 6 percent on a 15-year loan.

Karagjozi truly got into the market at a great time. Karagjozi said he knows boom times won’t last forever. He said his goal is “to be able to stay financially solid for the worst of times. Many builders cannot make it.”

One option is to acquire more capital by taking privately held company public. “We might entertain that,” Karagjozi said,” We’re analyzing it.” Kara's web page is

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March 04, 2022

Mockingbird Properties Announces the Opening of Upscale Town Homes

Plano - Chase Oaks Village - Announcing the opening of upscale Town Homes in Plano

(PRWEB) March 4, 2022 -- Mockingbird Building Group Announces Chase Oaks Village Town Homes. They said it could never be done. After a lengthy re-zoning process the City of Plano and its residents are receiving a one of a kind for sale luxury Town Home Development on Chase Oaks Blvd. south of Legacy.

Chase Oaks Village is a luxury Townhome community featuring 157 individually owned Townhomes designed to enhance the Quality of Life for those who choose to own a home here. Chase Oaks Village is for the person who expects the best. When it comes to genuine convenience, the exclusive setting of Chase Oaks puts you remarkably close to the finest shopping, dining and entertainment in Plano. These smart and sophisticated Townhomes reflect an upscale attitude, with impressive amenities that complement a full lifestyle. Chase Oaks Village is about providing reasonably priced new homes on an infill location.

Construction of the roads and lots is now complete and the Townhomes are being framed.

We are very proud that we have created Chase Oaks Village to offer many advantages that can’t be matched anywhere in Plano. Chase Oaks Village is located next to 60 acres of park land and within walking distance to a movie theater, golf course, restaurants, shopping, and employment. We are immediately accessible to US-75 – (Location, Location, Location). Our amenity list is very impressive with over 3 acres of impeccably landscaped common area including a pool, basketball court, and puppy park. Chase Oaks Village features several different elevations and floor plans to choose from. This is the first townhome community in Plano to offer so many choices. With homes starting at $170,000 Chase Oaks Village offers the ability to own new high quality home in Plano.

Chase Oaks Village is Smart Growth Community which allows for the creation of an enhanced quality of live by satisfying demand for housing, utilizing efficient land-use techniques, providing a wide range of housing choices and creating a walkable community close to neighborhood shopping, schools, and good transit. Chase Oaks Village is a superbly located infill site allowing reasonably priced quality housing and thus creating a life style that may people aspire to have.

For viewing of these spectacularly designed Townhomes the Sales Pavilion will be open from 10:00 to 6:00 Monday – Friday, Saturday 10:00 to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.. Special appointments are available upon request.
For more information, contact:
Jeanette Moore: 940-241-2353 ext. 29

For more information about Mockingbird, please visit:

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March 03, 2022

Demand for Maintenance-Free Living Grows Among Baby Boomers

Depending on which New Jersey home builder you rely on, your dream home could turn into a reality or could remain just that - a dream. KARA HOMES is the one New Jersey home builder committed to building new homes in New Jersey keeping your every requirement in mind. Live out your dream in one of our spacious new homes. Experience the Kara New Homes Collection online. We're sure you'll find the home that’s right for you.

(PRWEB) March 3, 2022 -- When Deborah and Thomas Turcol decided to leave San Deigo after 15 years, they bought the kind of house they had always dreamed of, with open floors, gorgeous views-and no backyard to care for. "We wanted a house that seemed more like a resort," Deborah Turcol said.

The couple moved into a house in an active adult community - an age targeted development for those 55 and above-in Surprise, Ariz. They joined the growing number of baby boomers seeking a different kind of housing, one that offers maintenance-free living not far from where they worked and lived or that's close to family and friends.

“The buyer wants all the goodies with none of the maintenance,” says Dorcas Helfant, general managing partner of Coldwell Banker Professional Realtors. “The boomer can travel, see the world and play golf or tennis when he so chooses. This is a step between single-family and senior housing.”

In its annual survey of baby boomers, Del Webb, a developer, found that 59 percent had plans to relocate for retirement. In a comparable survey in 1999, that figure was 31 percent. Seven percent of those planning to move, or about 2.4 million retiring baby boomers are likely to move to an active adult community.

“Whenever the baby boomers went, whatever they wanted, they created a surge in the market,” says Zudi Karagjozi, president and founder of East-Brunswick, N.J based Kara Homes. “The future of the market lies in fulfilling their needs as they enter their golden years.

Already, there are 7.7 million homes in age-targeted communities, according to the 2001 American Housing Survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau and the Housing and Urban Development Corporation.

“These people are a younger and more energetic group than what we would think of as seniors,” says Stella Koop, an architect with Chicago-based RTKL, a home design company. “Typically their kids are grown up and have gone to college, and they want very little maintenance because many are still working –they don’t want to mow the lawn, shovel the snow or plant flowers.”

Not only is the type of home they want different-single floor, condominium type, often gated-even the prize location is different.

“Older communities were developed in South Florida, Arizona and South California, mainly because of the weather,” says Bob Schultz, a housing consultant based in Boca Raton, Fla. “Now, people in their 50s are not moving to the Sun Belt. They want to stay close to their families in lifestyle communities in places like South Carolina or just outside metros like Chicago or New York.

Thirty-one percent of baby boomers surveyed by Del Webb said they would move only about three hours away from their current locations.

Another recent trend is for people to return places where they went to school or to a university town where they have access to adult education or cultural events and where they are very closer to medical centers, shopping and recreational events.

“For intellectual stimulation, they want to go to college towns like Raleigh in North Carolina and Madison-Wisconsin in the Midwest,” Koop said.

“Since not everyone is inclined toward living in the suburbs, they want the cultural environment of museums, theaters and restaurants,” said Allen F. Goldman, senior vice-president of Applied Development, a Hohoken, N.J.-based developer.

The Turcols can take a 40-minute bus ride to Phoenix to go shopping. They spend $750 a year on maintenance of the grounds around their house, one of 8,000 age-targeted homes in the Sun City Grand complex. “That’s much less than what we paid in san Diego, and we have four golf courses and a lake right here, too.”

There is distinct change in the way these communities are marketed. They are not advertised as assisted living complexes but as resort-style dwellings. Developers say their target customer is one who is already a homeowner and merely looking for a different kind of house.

“The buyer is definitely upper income,” Helfant said. “Not necessarily top-tier but definitely someone who has had properly and is looking to lead a footloose and fancy-free life.”

It helps that the baby boomer’s estimated annual spending power is more than a trillion dollars, according to MetLife’s Mature Market institute analysis.

The average household income for the younger boomers (ages 35-44) is $52,626 after taxes; $54,149 for older boomers (ages 45-54) 70 percent of them are homeowners and 30 percent of their expenditure is on housing.

In may 2003, Gloria Bivins, 54, and Emmett, her husband, sold the house they had lived in for 14 years in Lakewood, N.J., and bought one for the next stage of their lives: One that would offer them more freedom, more time and more space.

“We are empty-nesters, and we wanted a house that needed very little maintenance,” said Gloria Bivins. Kara's web page is

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March 02, 2022

BEACHWALK’s Boardwalk, Bay Views and Exceptional Amenities a Rare Find

BEACHWALK Condominium overlooking Tampa Bay offers traditional amenities as well as virtual golf, a rock climbing wall, wine cellar, boat slips, boardwalk and other welcome surprises.

Tampa, FL (PRWEB) March 2, 2022 -- If exceptional amenities make for an exceptional lifestyle then BEACHWALK, the new condominium community overlooking Old Tampa Bay, is in a class all its own.

“When people see our prime bay-front location, the beautiful views, and then the range of truly outstanding amenities we offer, BEACHWALK really sells itself,” notes Don Egnor, director of sales. “These are features rarely found, even at communities selling for two or three times the price. Little wonder visitors are so rapidly becoming owners here at BEACHWALK.”

BEACHWALK overlooks miles of pristine and protected wetlands, open bay, broad lakes and beautiful courtyards near Rocky Point and Dana Shores. Within the relaxed village environment are one and two-bedroom residences with spacious, designer-appointed floor plans. Features include private entries, oversized decks, custom crown moldings, ceramic tiled floors, plush carpeted bedrooms, energy-efficient appliances, private garages and more.

From the new Sales Center buyers can tour BEACHWALK’s three fully furnished models, created by award-winning interior designer Leslie Schlesinger. Schlesinger’s highly praised portfolio of work includes Eden Condominiums in Boca Raton, the Brazilian Court Hotel and Il Lugano in Palm Beach and Audubon Condominium at Feather Sound.

The stylish clubhouse, designed for entertaining and activity, offers owners a complete fitness center, Cyber Café with Wi-Fi service and high-speed internet access, a sunning deck with waterfall and custom swimming pool, a club room with a catering kitchen and a casual juice bar.

And because BEACHWALK is designed to deliver a lifestyle beyond the norm, the clubhouse also features a rock-climbing wall, virtual golf and a climate-controlled community wine cellar.

Beyond the clubhouse owners will have the rare pleasure of strolling along scenic boardwalks, over protected wetlands, to the Bay where inviting gazebos await. Nature enthusiasts will appreciate BEACHWALK’s collaboration with environmental agencies to protect and maintain the sensitive natural areas around the site, and the Florida nature preserve just adjacent to the property.

In keeping with its corporate philosophy of giving back to the community, Ceebraid Signal Corporation, the developer, has pledged more than $45,000 from the sale of BEACHWALK’s residences to Tampa Bay Watch, a non-profit environmental organization focused on preserving the Bay’s wetlands.

An array of other community amenities will add to the exceptional quality of life at BEACHWALK including a private boat dock, 24-hour attended entry gate with remote control access, concierge services and the convenience of a pet walk area.

BEACHWALK is located in the heart of the Tampa Bay area just minutes from Clearwater and major business centers, top-flight shopping, The International Mall, Raymond James Stadium and Tampa International Airport.

“BEACHWALK truly has it all -- stunning water views, ideal location, expansive floor plans and a choice of indoor and outdoor amenities that few will ever experience,” says Adam Schlesinger, president. “We knew what we created here was special and it didn’t take long for others to think so as well.”

Ceebraid-Signal Corporation, well known for its condominium conversions and other residential properties throughout the eastern United States, purchased BEACHWALK, formerly known as Bayside Village, in February 2004. The community is undergoing a major transformation, from site renewal to redevelopment of the units, as well as, common areas and landscaping. Phase One residents will be able to move in to BEACHWALK in late Spring.

Other Ceebraid-Signal Corporation projects include Audubon Condominium on the water in Feather Sound as well as Eden and Bacara condominiums located in Boca Raton, FL; Il Lugano, an exclusive lakefront condominium, and The Brazilian Court, an historic boutique condominium hotel, both in Palm Beach, FL; Gramercy Mews and Chelsea Lofts in New York City, NY; and Highgrove, the cornerstone of high-end condominiums in Stamford, CT.

The exclusive sales and marketing agent for BEACHWALLK is Coldwell Banker, The Condo Store, which specializes in the sales and marketing of luxury condominium developments. For more information, call 404-705-1582 or visit

BEACHWALK’s condominium residences are priced from the $150,000s for one bedroom units and from the $190,000 for two-bedroom units. Floor plans range up to 1,298 square feet.

The Sales Center is located at 5831-01 Memorial Highway in Tampa, FL and is open from 10 am to 6 pm weekdays, 10 am. to 5 pm. on Saturday and from 12 Noon to 5 pm on Sunday. Call 813-884-7755 or visit for more information.

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February 25, 2022

Title 24 Service Provider Creates Buzz in the California Residential Building Community positioning them self as the leader in the niche market of providing California required Energy Efficiency Standards reports.

(PRWEB) February 25, 2022 -- Catering to residential architects, builders, designers, and homeowners throughout California. prides their service on having the perfect combination of lowest price and fastest service (24 hours for most services) in the industry. They offer a flat rate of $99 for their Title 24 Energy Report the lowest in the industry for full service. In an interview last week the company’s spokesperson explained, “When we decided to launch the website to expand our local service, we researched the competition and saw that everyone was charging by the square footage.

While that is standard for the building industry, we decided that it seemed ridiculous for the work we do. The difference in doing a Title 24 Report on a 1500 square foot house vs. a 2,000 square foot house is about 10 minutes of our time, we couldn’t justify charging an additional $100+ for 10 minutes of work.

While this might not sit well with the competition,’s focus is growing satisfied customers. “We will make up our profits in volume, we are getting referrals like crazy, and business is up 250% this quarter. We just did a job on a 9,000 square ft Mansion in Southern CA and guess what; we still only charged them $99. We saved that customer at least 800% compared to our competitors”, said a spokesperson from

Their customers are split 50/50 professional builders, architects and DIY Homeowners who are trying to save costs on their already over budget remodel. The company is looking at expanding their Energy Compliance service into other states by mid 2005

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February 22, 2022

HG Capital Makes Industrial Investment in Hawaii's Fastest Growing Region

HG Capital, LLC (HG), in a joint venture with Low & Archibald Real Estate Group, Inc., is pleased to announce the acquisition of 6 acres in the Kapolei Business Park for the development of approximately 106,000 square feet of new industrial condominium space in Honolulu County, on the island of Oahu.

Menlo Park, CA (PRWEB via PR Web Direct) February 22, 2022 - HG Capital, LLC (HG), in a joint venture with Low & Archibald Real Estate Group, Inc., is pleased to announce the acquisition of 6 acres in the Kapolei Business Park for the development of approximately 106,000 square feet of new industrial condominium space in Honolulu County, on the island of Oahu. HG Capital invested 85% of the contributed equity in the $18 million project. The remainder of the project’s capitalization came from developer co-investment and a construction loan from Fremont Investment and Loan.

Kapolei is a 32,000-acre master-planned city on the island of Oahu, and is the fastest growing region in Hawaii. The Kapolei Business Park is approximately 20 miles west of downtown Honolulu, and adjacent to the Kalaeloa/Barbers Point Harbor and the James Campbell Industrial Park. Due to the region’s strong growth and the overall shortage of available industrial-zoned land in Hawaii, the Honolulu submarket has an exceptionally low vacancy rate of approximately 1.7% for industrial space.

Designed to meet the growing space demand from small to mid-size businesses, the project consists of the construction of ten light industrial buildings totaling approximately 106,000 square feet. The buildings are divisible into 37 individual condominium units that will be sold to owner-users or private investors.

About HG Capital, LLC
HG Capital, LLC (HG) is a real estate investment group that provides joint venture equity capital to real estate owners and developers for value-added and opportunistic real estate projects in the western United States. HG makes principal investments from its discretionary management of the HG Capital private equity funds. HG manages over $100 million of equity capital and has invested in over $1 billion worth of projects since 1995. With offices in Menlo Park and Newport Beach, California, HG has established a successful track record based upon its highly responsive and entrepreneurial approach to real estate investing.

About Low & Archibald Real Estate Group
Low & Archibald Real Estate Group (LAREG) is a Newport Beach-based developer of quality industrial properties in the western United States. The company specializes in the development of for-sale office and industrial condominiums and buildings in the diversified markets of Southern California.

Contact: Greg Alden
HG Capital, LLC
(650) 322-3400 ext. 202

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February 21, 2022

Michigan’s First and Only ISO 9000 Builder Driven by Technology

Michigan’s first and only ISO 9000 residential builder, Delcor Homes, is selling homes at a fast pace at its two newest communities in Grand Ledge and Grand Blanc as 2005 launched with a bang.

Milford, MI (PRWEB) February 21, 2022 -- Michigan’s first and only ISO 9000 residential builder, Delcor Homes of Milford, MI, is selling homes at a fast pace at its two newest communities in Grand Ledge and Grand Blanc as 2005 launched with a bang.

Delcor Homes has a solid reputation in southeast Michigan for providing high value to discerning buyers. The company maintains quality while controlling costs with its leading technology and because it is the first and only homebuilder in Michigan to become ISO 9000 certified.

ISO 9000 certification is a set of international standards of quality management and assurance that involves documenting operating processes by an independent audit, initially and ongoing.

ISO certification results in higher quality at lower cost since work is done right the first time. After earning ISO 9000 certification, Delcor’s average number of correctable defects at closing dropped from 27.4 in 1997 to 1.7 today.

In addition to ISO certification, Delcor Homes has crossed the leading edge of technology to control costs while maintaining high quality construction and reliable service to its customers. Delcor operates a web site with a private portal to subcontractors and others who do business with them.

Subcontractors check into the web site to find out at what site they will be working, what the materials, tools and manpower requirements will be, and the performance level expected. Progress reports are given using the web site that also records completion of work and dictates payments to subcontractors. The result is high quality work at lower costs because project budgets and timetables are consistently met.

“These savings are then passed on to our customer in the form of more square footage for the dollar invested and more overall value. We don’t just build homes, we build communities,” says Todd Hallett, president of Delcor Homes. “Village Place offers a unique collection of home designs to reflect the living styles of today’s active families. This is the only community of its kind in the Greater Lansing area.” Located at the southwest corner of Nixon and Saginaw Streets, Village Place is in the Grand Ledge School District.

Located in Grand Blanc Schools, Country Cottage Estates has easy access to seven golf courses, Mt. Holly ski area, DTE Music Theater, The Palace of Auburn Hills, and Great Lakes Crossing. The homes are nestled among open fields and soft rolling hills that add up to a refreshing lifestyle.

Other communities built by Delcor Homes are in nearby Howell, Brighton, Milan, Ann Arbor, Metamora, and Oxford.

Michigan’s premier homebuilder, Delcor Homes, is committed to being a customer-driven provider of innovative and quality residential communities that surpass the desires, expectations and dreams of Michigan families. Learn more about Delcor Homes by going to by calling 248-684-1234 or sending email inquiries to e-mail protected from spam bots.

For more information about each of Delcor Homes’ new communities, click these links.
Hometown Village of Ann Arbor
Hometown Village of Waterstone
Hometown Village of Marion
Uptown Village of Milan
Estates of Metamora
Villas of Oak Pointe
Uptown Village of Milan
Country Cottage Estates of Grand Blanc

About Village Place in Grand Ledge
Village Place in Grand Ledge, is a beautiful community with neighborhood sidewalks, commons areas and ponds, a clubhouse with a health center, kiddy fountain splash pool, adult lap pool, and a Playscape. When finished Village Place will boast 349 units on 107 acres that includes 30 acres of open space.

Visit the community by traveling I-96 to the West Saginaw exit and continue west until turning left on Nixon Road. Buyers who act now can take advantage of pre-construction prices.

About Country Cottage Estates in Grand Blanc
Country Cottage Estates in Grand Blanc is a beautiful community with neighborhood sidewalks, a clubhouse with a health center and swim pool, brick and stone elevations and homes in seven unique styles ranging in size from 1,943 to 4,000 sq. ft.

Country Cottage Estates is easily accessible from both I-75 and US-23. From I-75 take Holly Road (Exit 108) south to Baldwin Road and head west past McWain Road. From US-23 head east on Thompson Road (Exit 84), north on Fenton Road and east on Baldwin past McWain Road.

Open House hours are 1-6 p.m. Monday-Wednesday and Friday, and noon-6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday; closed on Thursday.

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New Homes in New Jersey for Active Adults

In Kara Homes’ active adult communities, you will find home designs complemented by on-site recreational amenities such as pools, tennis courts, and club houses.

(PRWEB) February 21, 2022 -- Kara Homes is the one New Jersey home builder committed to meeting the individual requirements of a wide range of customers. If you’re looking for a new home in New Jersey to find the best place to retire, rest assured that one of Kara Homes’ active adult communities has just what you’re looking for.

Our new homes feature volume space and cutting edge designs. Whether you prefer a stylish mid-rise condo, a lofty townhome or an elegant single family residence, we have the home, the community and the location that is perfect for you.

Our homes let you enjoy the peace and quiet of retirement without giving up any of the conveniences that are a part of modern life. Trust your retired life to Kara Homes, the most reliable New Jersey home builder. Our years of experience and our obsession with fulfilling each customer’s specific needs gives us the confidence to say for sure that one of our new homes in New Jersey is the dream retirement home you are looking for. The website is

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February 15, 2022

Bedford at Falls River Glimmers with Gold; Attains Multiple National Awards

The appeal of Bedford, Raleigh's top selling new home community, has spread throughout the homebuilding industry. Bedford's Charleston Builder Group was given the Gold Award for Best Product Design by a Small Vollume Builder, the highest honor of its kind throughout the nation.

Raleigh, N.C.(PRWEB) February 15, 2022 -- Already recognized as the 2004 Community of the Year by the North Carolina Home Builders Association, Bedford At Falls River has once again amazed its peers, this time on the national level. Bedford At Falls River, a Wakefield Development Company Community, won 16 awards from 2005’s “Nationals” – The National Sales and Marketing Awards.

After qualifying for the finals, Bedford and its Charleston Builder Group went up against the Nation’s best, and triumphantly took home the Gold Award for Best Product Design by a Small Volume Builder; the only Gold taken in all of North Carolina by a community or builder.

Bedford’s developers and a number of its partners were previously awarded nine Regional awards and six Silver awards in this year’s competition. Bedford’s six Silver Awards distinguish it from a very competitive field of 1200 entries and confirmed Bedford’s eligibility as a finalist for the coveted “Nationals” Gold Award trophy for each category.

“The entire Bedford and Wakefield Development team is thrilled with the outstanding performance at The Nationals,” claimed Kathy Catullo, Director of Marketing for Bedford. “Being recognized by such an esteemed council 15 times, then to take home a Gold, it truly puts an exclamation point on all of our efforts and the efforts of our partners.”

Bedford, a Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND) style community, has built quite a reputation, and serves as a premiere model for future TND developments in the Triangle area of North Carolina and beyond. The judges weren’t the only people to notice the remarkably appealing community; a Triangle record 368 homes were sold in 2004 at Bedford.

Wakefield Development poured their efforts into every little detail at Bedford, and being recognized on so many different aspects certainly is rewarding for all of Bedford’s associates. “But the best reward is to finally see our vision coming to realization, and all Bedford’s residents enjoying the incredible lifestyle that this vision offers,” added Catullo.

Bedford won its Silver Awards for marketing and design categories including Best Community Brochure – Masterplanned Community, Best Broker Promotion, Best Television Commercial, Best Landscape Design, Best Product By A Small Volume Builder (less than 100 units) and Masterplanned Community Of The Year. The Masterplanned Community of the Year Award is only available to those who entered a mandatory 8 categories.

The nine Regional Awards indicate that Bedford received the judges’ highest total score for its region within those categories. The Regional Awards included all the categories for the Silver Award wins as well as Best Color Ad - Masterplan, Best Radio Commercial, Best Signage Program, and Best Interior Merchandising For A Model - $400,001 to $650,000.

The national success of Bedford At Falls River can be credited to Wakefield Development Company and the all-star supporting cast it has assembled. Each of the 16 awards can be attributed to a joint effort between Wakefield Development Company and its many partners, which include Littleton Advertising & Marketing of New Bern & Raleigh; Ear Works of Virginia Beach, VA; Chip Henderson Photography of Oxford, NC; Crescent Moon Pictures of Bluffton, SC; Rodney’s Sign Company of Apex, NC; ETd, Dave D’Amato Design Associates of Cary, NC; J. Michael Hubbard, Architect, Cary NC; Design Environments Inc. of Kennesaw, GA; W&W; Partners, Inc. and many others.

The Nationals is the premiere awards show presented by the National Sales and Marketing Council (NSMC), a council of the National Association of Home Builders. It’s the largest competition in the nation for new-home sales and marketing professionals and communities. It is also considered the most prestigious, in part because of its national scope.

Winners from The Nationals emerge from a painstaking three-day judging process that includes evaluation by some of the industry’s finest marketing professionals, representing a wide range of disciplines and a geographic cross-section.

Celebrating its 24th year in 2005, The Nationals pays tribute to superior new-home sales and marketing achievements by individual sales and marketing professionals, homebuilders and associates, and sales and marketing councils. The Nationals showcases winners in distinguished national, regional and local publications.

For more information about Bedford At Falls River, please visit, call 919-792-0100, or visit the Welcome Center at 4390 Falls River Ave., Raleigh, NC 27614

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Kara Homes Targets Baby Boomers

If you’re looking for a new home in New Jersey to find the best place to retire, rest assured that one of KARA HOMES’ active adult communities has just what you’re looking for.

(PRWEB) February 15, 2022 -- Design, Design, Design. "It's all about design," says Zudi Karagjozi, founder-president of Kara Homes in East Brunswick, NJ

Kara Homes, recognizing the explosive growth in the active adult community market, is reaching out to the upcoming Baby Boom market with new, upscale design features in its active adult offerings.

"Research shows these buyers have the desire for exciting new features and are able to afford them," Mr.Karagjozi told an educational seminar at the annual meeting of the International Builders Show in Las Vegas.

Based on Kara's experience with its first active adult community, horizons at Barnegat, Mr.Karagjozi noted buying similarities between the Baby Boomer generation and the blue-collar "Ike" generation that preceded them. Although some experts in the active adult field believe older adults place greater emphasis on recreational ammenities and lifestyle, Kara found both groups favor design.

At Horizons at Barnegat, homebuyers in the "Ike" generation, who accounted for the majority of sales,"were also very impressed with our homes designs and listed design as one of the main reasons for their buying decision." Mr.Karagjozi said.

In Kara Homes’ active adult communities, you will find home designs complemented by on-site recreational amenities such as pools, tennis courts and club houses. Homes that let you enjoy the peace and quiet of retirement without giving up any of the conveniences that are a part of modern life. And you can Trust your retired life with KARA HOMES, the most reliable New Jersey home builder with years of experience and obsession with fulfilling each customer’s specific needs gives the confidence to say for sure that one of the new homes in New Jersey is the dream retirement home you are looking for. The website is

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February 14, 2022

Builder Magazine Named Kara Homes The Fastest Growing Builder of New Homes in the Nation

Expanding on a successful 22-year career in land development and residential construction, Zudi Karagjozi, President and founder of KARA HOMES, is positioned for the challenges of today's home building market

(PRWEB) February 14, 2022 -- Kara Homes Builder cited by N.J.legislators as 'Fast Track Builder of Year'- in the year 2003

Zudi Karagjozi, president and founder of Kara Homes, was cited in a joint legislative resolution by the Senate and General Assembly of the State of New Jersey as the Fast Track Builder of the year in 2003.

According to Builder magazine, Kara Homes' diverse offering of single-homes, town homes and active adult lifestyle communities and the respect it has gained by providing innovative designs, superior construction quality, high grade buiding materials and outstanding craftsmanship.

The resolution, which was sponsored by State Sen.Joseph Kyrillos and Assembly men Samuel E. Thompson and Joseph Azzolina, recognized Karagjozi as a leader in enhancing the vitality of New Jersey's communities by partnering with community leaders to accomodate their communities concerns before building homes.

While presenting the resolution, Assemblyman Thompson said, "Zudi Karagjozi is not only a premier builder, but he is a good neighbour. His work has been recognised by his peers and he has strengthened our communities by building quality home that have helped people realize the American Dream." The website is

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February 11, 2022

Dreaming About a New Home in New Jersey?

Some time in the late 1830's the town of Sea Bright had its humble beginnings as Nauvoo, a village of fishing huts set along oceanfront sand dunes. A century and a half later, a new phase is beginning along Sea Bright's dunes with construction of 20 new homes priced from $1.8 million to $3.7 million.

(PRWEB) February 11, 2022 -- Kara Homes, a home builder based in East Brunswick, has constructed "Millionaire's Row," said the company's president, Mr.Zudi Karagjozi. He has promoted the development as a first: very-high-end homes, actually on New Jersey's oceanfront, only a 45-minute ferry ride from Manhattan.

Mr.Karagjozi said he likes to think of the project as a renaissance for Sea Bright, a "restoration" of its period of highest elegance in the late 1800's when big names of the day -- Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, William Nelson Cromwell, Sir Thomas Lipton of World Cup racing fame -- summered there, engaging in chic festivites like an annual horse-drawn carriage race between Sea Bright and Long Branch.

By 1870, the railroad had come through the little town, which is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the Shrewsbury River on the other. Sea Bright's barrier beach, which is the southern half of the Sandy Hook peninsula, had been purchased by its first developers, who brought in topsoil from Rumson Long Branch to smooth out the hilly dunes and began building enormous Victorian "cottages" and huge, sumptuous hotels.

The half-dozen grand old hotels that once stood on the barrier beach are now gone, according to the Monmouth County historian, George H. Moss Jr., who has pored over their ledgers to find evidence of the past. Mr. Moss has written a number of books about the area and published a pamphlet on Sea Bright's early history. He describes how people coming from New York by steamer in the 1840's and 1850's, when Nauvoo was still just Nauvoo, would disembark at the ocean House Hotel near the village and continue on if they wished to their favorite hotel in the more established Long Branch.

Mr. Karagjozi and his architect, William Tagland, who is known for his work on Long Beach Island, say the new community will outshine what is available even in those highly affluent towns.

"When was the last time you heard of ocean front homes becoming available only 45 minutes from New York?" Mr. Karagjozi said,"This is going to be a whole neighbourhood of them, each one with incredible views and great amenities for relaxing and for entertaining."

Mr.Karagjozi painted Sea Bright as potential "New Hamptons," providing an alternative to the famously gridlocked multihour drive along the Long Island Expressway from Manhattan to the Long Island resort communities. The trip to Sea Bright is only about an hour by car, he said. The ferry from Manhattan runs frequently to nearby Highlands, Atlantic Highlands and Belford.

Mr.Karagjozi, who has been promoting his company through radio and television advertising, founded Kara Homes in 1999. Three years later, it was named the fastest-growing building company in the country by the industry publication builder, Builder Magazine.

The Kara founder said one thing the company always tries to do is develop neighbourhoods that are sensitive to the surrounding community -- not crowding homes onto property, but rather using designs that are compatible with what exists and having to local planner's wishes.

The $2 million-plus homes which are constructed, most of them have already been sold.

"Getting out to the Hamptons has become difficult'"Karagjozi says. The trip from Manhattan to Sea Bright, on the other hand takes less than two hours by car and a mere 35 minutes ferry.

For buyer Andrew Czujko, a New Jersey business owner, the Jersey shore location was just what he was looking for.

Tradewinds' homes shouldn't lack for elegance. The houses will range from five to six bedrooms, with trickedout oceanfront properties (featuring hardwood floors, designer ceramic tile and the ever important four-car garage) beginning at $3.8 million. More modest oceanview homes will start at $2 million.The website is

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Business in the Gulf May be More Attractive for House-Builders & Contractors, Warns UK Expert

At the start of a ten day trade mission to the Arabian Gulf, one of the UK’s leading experts in Off-Site Construction has warned that increasingly difficult development constraints in Britain could make it more attractive for House-Builders and Contractors to spend their time and energy working in places like Bahrain, Kuwait and Dubai.

(PRWEB) February 11, 2022 -- Accompanying Wales Trade International as an official delegate on their trade mission to the Gulf from 4 to 16 February 2005¹, the UK’s “Grandfather of Timber Frame” ², Professor Michael Benfield has been critical of conditions that hold back innovation and building science in the UK.

"The UK Construction Market has refined the lessons learnt from the Scandinavian, Canadian and Australian timber building sectors over the past few years.” said Professor Benfield “We are now in an enviable and leading position to deliver high performance, energy efficient and long lasting buildings at a time when the rest of the world is striving to meet increasing pressures for sustainable development.”

“Under these conditions, this Mission could well facilitate the creation of a Welsh / UK consortium to deliver a range of professional services connected with sustainable Off-Site Construction (OSC)” Professor Benfield added. “UK House-builders, Contractors and other Professionals are increasingly frustrated by delays, prevarication and over-regulation from UK planning authorities and Government. This prevents them fully satisfying their domestic markets, where they have enormous experience and know-how in producing high quality projects at some of the lowest prices in Europe. I suspect many may find it easier to contribute their knowledge and capability – especially of MMC (Modern Methods of Construction) - to benefit emerging nations, such as those in the Gulf States.”

Following the steady growth of the UK-Gulf export market (British goods exported to the Gulf in 2004 totalled over £5 billion, with £121 million from Wales³), Professor Benfield, who heads Timber Frame Construction company Benfield ATT (Advanced Timber-Frame Technologies), is accompanying a private delegation with interests in developing business and construction relationships with the Gulf states.

Professor Benfield has a demanding itinerary, with several meetings with architects, engineers, construction companies and property developers already scheduled throughout Bahrain, Kuwait and Dubai. As well as his company’s own work into Super-Energy conserving houses which are suitable for tropical, desert and arctic climates, it is expected that his work with the University of Wales and collaboration with organisations like TRADA into Earthquake and Hurricane resistant structures, will be a hot conversation topic.

The Department of Civil & Construction Engineering at the University is investigating the application and acceptance of UK building science, developed under Professor Benfield’s guidance, to meet local conditions and requirements. It is thought that the trip will encourage and establish links for applied research for appropriate local education and other institutions.

“There is a lot of interest in our research ideas,” said Professor Benfield, “We have been developing these for some time and I’m confident that this trip will add strength to these.”

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February 09, 2022

Kara Homes is New Jersey New Home Builder

Builder magazine named Kara Homes- The fastest growing builder of new homes in the nation. INC. 500 ranked Kara Homes number 38 of America's fastest growing private companies, number 8 in the top 10 companies by revenue and number 1 in the real estate industry.

(PRWEB) February 9, 2022 -- In Stafford Township, Kara offers Evergreen Estates, Forest Edge Estates, Island Breeze, Prospect Ridge Estates, Stafford Woods and Summerfield Estates, many on one-acre home sites. Island Gate is already sold out. In Barnegat, Horizons is a Kara Homes community, and another there , Sterling Woods, is sold out.

The East Brunswick-based developer, had launched initially $8 million television advertising campaign in which the theme was "Kara Cares.And It Shows."

It is believed to be the first such branding program making use of television advertising by a home builder in the United States.

In the campaign,Kara Homes' founder-President, Zudi Karagjozi, composed his own music for the TV spots which is noteworthy. Karagjozi has performed and written songs with quite a few known artists. He also had a background in commodities trading and land development prior to establishing Kara Homes.

Karagjozi founded Kara Homes in 1999. Since then, the company has experienced meteoric growth.

The goal of the television ad campaign was to "develop an awareness among home buyers that Kara Homes build homes of outstanding design, high quality and excellent value,"said Karagjozi. Other goals are to "develop a succesful positioning in a saturated category; build brand equity and relevance in the home building category; and distinctly differenciate Kara from competitors."

The five TV spots that sets Kara apart, say representatives: unique home design, construction above competitor standards, and quick financing.

"The 'Kara Cares.And It Shows' seemed like the perfect tag for a number of resons,"said Dragoti in explaining the rationale for the concept. "First, the tag is true. Kara Homes are different than their competitors.' Every home is built above the industry standard. The quality and integrity is glaringly clear from the moment one steps into a Kara home. The ads reflect Kara's commitment to building homes of the highest quality. We also wanted to show that Kara is a leader in the home building market."

The visitors center for information on local communities is on Silo Road, off Route 9 North in Stafford Township. The website is

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February 08, 2022 Announces Dealer Program Expansion and New Dealers, an industry leading manufacturer of Custom Wine Cellars, and Commercial / Retail Wine Racking proudly announces further expansion of their Dealer Programs and welcomes its newest Dealers into two major markets in the United States.

High Falls, NY (PRWEB) February 8, 2022 --,, manufacturers of private residential wine cellars, retail wine store racking and wine racking systems for the restaurant / hospitality industry announces an additional program to its 2005 Dealer Programs and proudly welcomes their newest Exclusive Territorial Dealers in the South East United States. has signed Ralph and Robert Bass from Kessick Fine Home Products,, in Greenville, South Carolina to service the Greenville, SC and surrounding markets. In addition to bringing Custom Wine Cellars into their products and services portfolio, Kessick Fine Home Products specializes in Fine Wood Paneling, Custom Countertops, Closet / Wardrobes Systems and Custom Sinks. They will provide a full compliment of services, including wine cellar consultation, room build-outs, flooring, lighting and professional wine cellar installations. Shortly, you will be able to visit their Wine Cellar Showroom at the Palmetto Home and Garden in the Greenville Mall.,, also welcomes Joshua Pierce and Carolina Custom Wine Cellars into their family of Dealers. Carolina Custom Wine Cellars will be servicing the full wine cellar needs of their customers in the Chapel Hill, North Carolina and surrounding markets. Joshua Pierce brings a vast portfolio of carpentry services that will meet every need of his customers, from the initial wine cellar consultation, to the final installation of a Custom Wine Cellar. Carolina Custom Wine Cellars is available to service clients in Chatham, Orange, Durham and Wake Counties of North Carolina. Please contact Joshua at 919-427-2113
or visit his new website at

“We are very pleased to have two unique and reputable companies join our family of Dealers at,” indicates Mark Karpinski, Director of Sales for “The Dealer Programs have demonstrated their value to our customers nationally and have greatly benefited our Dealers with the addition of the products and services we offer to their portfolios. We are excited for our customer base in these two great markets and are pleased to be represented by two reputable companies and individuals.”

Due to the overwhelming success of the 2005 Dealer Programs and the services it brings its customers, will be actively seeking to add Exclusive Territorial Dealers in selected markets across the country.

In addition,,, is nationally recruiting certified contractors, homebuilders and remodeling contractors to register with our Certified Wine Cellar Installers Registry. If has a customer request for cellar build-out or installation that is not in an area of an Exclusive Dealer, a certified contractor in the area would be given the opportunity to take the job. According to Michael Babcock, President of, “In our fourteen years of business, our primary focus has been to add products and services that fully accommodate every need of our customers. Whether it’s a private customer that needs a capable installer for his or her wine cellar or a Retail Wine Store owner that would like to assist one of their customers by designing and manufacturing their wine cellar, our growing dealer network will help us to meet those needs. We also realize the huge value these programs have for the Dealers. They are able to grow their business, their customer base and their portfolio of products and services. Many of the certified contractors that do just one wine cellar project with us will go on to become Exclusive Territorial Dealers for us.” has been the one stop source of thousands of private residential customers, world-class restaurants, hotels, nightclubs, casinos, retail wine stores, country clubs and many more for over fourteen years. For more information about becoming a Dealer or Certified Installer for, please call Mark Karpinski, Director of Sales at 888-687-2517 or visit to read or request more information about the many programs available.

Contact Information:
Mark Karpinski
Director of Sales

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February 07, 2022

Final 25 Residences in Audubon Condominium at Feathersound Among Area's Last

With space for no new construction in Clearwater Florida's desirable Feathersound neighborhood, the last 25 residences at Audubon Condominium are selling fast.

Clearwater, FL (PRWEB) February 7, 2022 -- Feather Sound has long been considered one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the Clearwater area. The prestigious Feather Sound Golf and Country Club, the beautiful vistas with meandering lakes and the immediate proximity to I-275 are part of the appeal that has made Father Sound such a coveted address. Very soon, however, buyers attracted to the convenience, beauty and recreational advantages of this community will lose the opportunity to call Feather Sound home. That’s because Audubon Condominium at Feather Sound, among the latest developments in the area, is selling its final 25 residences.

Audubon is an attended, gated community with two and three-bedroom and loft residences featured in a tropical setting surrounded by panoramic views of the golf course, walking trails and nature preserve.

“The truth is that Feather Sound itself is just about built-out,” explains Phil Massey, sales manager. “There will be no more new developments, which leaves only existing homes on the market. Those who want to live in a luxury community, with resort-style amenities and beautiful well-appointed floor plans would do well to check out Audubon. But they had better move fast since our final phase is selling out so rapidly.”

Massey says the area surrounding Feather Sound has become more and more of an attraction over the past few years as it has grown. Fine restaurants, shopping, new schools, sports amenities and night life options abound close by and proximity to I-275 brings downtown Tampa, St. Petersburg, two airports, the beaches and all the other cultural and recreational choices of the bay area within easy access.

“When you compare the value at Audubon with home prices in this in-demand neighborhood, it’s no surprise we have only 25 residences remaining,” Massey adds.

Spanning to over 1500 square feet, the residences at Audubon offer a variety of floor plans, all with scenic golf course or lake views. Owners will also enjoy deluxe kitchens with GE appliances, full-size washer and dryer, stone tile flooring, ceramic tile baths, crown molding and screened porches or patios.

Four model residences are available for viewing, created by award-winning interior designer Leslie Schlesinger. Acclaimed for her work, as seen in Architectural Digest, New York Times, Haute Décor and Traditional Home magazines, Schlesinger blends casual elegance and relaxed comfort, set off by an array of designer touches in Audubon’s models.

Community amenities are a significant part of Audubon’s appeal. The Clubhouse complex, surrounded by beautiful lake vistas and a scenic fountain, attracts owners and their guests for daytime and evening activities. There they can relax on the sundeck beneath the bougainvillea-covered pergola, cool off in the expansive swimming pool, polish their tennis skills on the lighted courts or enjoy a refreshing pick-me-up at the juice-bar nearby. Inside the clubhouse more choices abound. Perhaps its time for a work out in the state-of-the-art fitness center or for a friendly game on the basketball court. At the convenient Cyber Café business center owners can plan a conference room meeting via fast-access internet and fax. Later on, they can prepare for a big family party at the Clubroom with its adjoining catering kitchen. Owners know they can count on Audubon’s concierge for assistance and special services when they are needed.

“Audubon at Feather Sound is a community that’s guaranteed to exceed your expectations in every way but one … the price,” says developer Adam Schlesinger. “With our resort-style amenities, gated privacy and stunning setting, it's little wonder people are so eager to call Audubon home.”

Prices at Audubon start in the $160s for lofts, $170s for two bedrooms and $220s for three bedrooms. A portion from the sale of every residence is being donated to the local Make-A-Wish Foundation® which will be receiving $45,000 from Audubon’s developer.

Audubon is located in the Carillon area, south of Ulmerton Road between I-275 and 41st Street at 2400 Feather Sound Drive in Clearwater. The Sales Center is open Monday through Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 12 noon to 5 p.m. For information call 727 573-4440 or visit the website at

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Enjoy the Comfort of a Resort in the Familiar Atmosphere of Your New Jersey New Home

Kara Homes, a New Jersey new home builder is offering you a unique opportunity to be one of a select few homeowners to hear and see the ocean everyday, not just at your doorstep, but from your beautifully situated decks and windows.

(PRWEB) February 7, 2022 - Beach Front Restoration - In a first for the New Jersey Shore, an elegant period from the Garden State's rich beachfront history is being restored

At Sea Bright, NJ a pleasant 35-minute ferry ride from downtown New York Kara Homes, a New Jersey homebuilder,is restoring a beach front section of this community to its former granduer as an oceanfront Millionaire's Row of mansions.

"This is a unique renaissance for the New Jersey Shore. We are restoring Sea Bright to its former elegance. We believe we're accomplishing this with our new, luxury, single family Estate Homes. There will be nothing like this on the whole of the Jersey Shore." says Zudi Karagjozi,founder and president of Kara homes.

Kara homes was Builder Magazine's "Fast track Builder of the year" in 2002 and was again at the top of the list in the No 2 spot in 2003. The company plans to go public in 2005.

Kara's new luxury home community - The Tradewinds at Sea Bright-consists of luxury $1.8 million to $3.7 million oceanfront mansions on a pristine beach with sweeping vistas of the Atlantic ocean. Each new home will be built on a quarter acre homesite and range in size from 3,500 to 5,000 s/f

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