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  • Homebuilder continues to add staff in recovering economy.

    November 16, 2011

    Uniontown, OH – is adding to its sales and field management staff through new hires and reassignment. It’s just their way of saying the keys to past success – specifically customer service and quality control – are also the way forward in an uncertain economy. Cases in point:... [read more] Read more

  • Homebuilder listens, learns, builds better homes.

    October 13, 2011

    Uniontown, OH – When a homebuilder’s claim to fame is an uncanny ability to customize any of its home designs, it’s safe to assume listening to customers is part of the culture. At, it turns out they’re not just listening, they’re learning. Take the newly redesigned Yorktown... [read more] Read more

  • donates furniture to Habitat for Humanity

    September 28, 2011

    Uniontown, OH – cleaned out, and Habitat for Humanity cleaned up. The homebuilder is freshening up one of its homes at the Portage Model Home Center. So the company decided that the best thing to do with the high-end, barely-used furniture in the old model was to give it to those who... [read more] Read more

  • Ohio Homebuilder connects with customers over baseball.

    August 18, 2011

    Uniontown, OH – It happened at a Toledo Mud Hens game. invited homeowners from the Bowling Green office to join them for catered food, door prizes, gift bags and America’s favorite pastime. Over 100 people, including 24 families, answered the call for baseball. Turns... [read more] Read more

  • prepares to launch its annual charity drive

    December 8, 2010

    Get ready for Not-So-Random Acts of Kindness, 2010 “Local charities need everyone to pitch in right now,” say JoAnn McClaskey of “At, we just try to make it easier for people to give.” Each year around the holiday season, conducts its Not-So-Random Acts... [read more] Read more

  • split-level homes are now more affordable

    December 1, 2010 has taken three of its most popular split-level home designs and, by getting a little less fancy with some of the trimmings, reduced prices by thousands of dollars. “Over the past year, we’ve had more people looking for super-affordable split-level floorplans,” says Maurie Jones,... [read more] Read more


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