Building Homes, Not Houses
By Amber Mabe
There is no doubt that the Triad area is one of the best and most sought-after places to live in our state of North Carolina. Not only is the Triad located in a beautiful and historic setting adjacent to the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, but it encompasses several major metropolitan areas and is a hub of educational, healthcare, and cultural activity. As the demand for housing increases in this highly desirable area, trying to find your dream home for the right price can be a stressful experience. Thankfully, Tradition Homes is here to give prospective homeowners peace of mind while providing them with a new home they are sure to love. Locally based in Whitsett and boasting over 150 years of combined experience, Tradition Homes knows that finding the right property is about more than just purchasing a house – it is about creating a space where you can comfortably live your life. That is why Tradition Homes is committed to building low-maintenance homes with an emphasis on spacious living spaces, energy efficiency, sustainability, and affordability.
Each community designed and built by Tradition Homes features a variety of floor plans and other limited features for homebuyers to choose from. Whether you are looking for a starter home, one-level living, or your dream home, Tradition Homes has options to suit every lifestyle. Your living space can encompass much more than a house itself, however. Communities like The Townes at Springvale Hill in Welden Village are designed to expand your living space with neighborhood features such as playgrounds, dog parks, hammock parks, walking trails, community pools, and more. With convenient locations close to parks, dining, shopping, good school systems, and daily commuting routes, every home in a Tradition Homes community is designed to not only upgrade your living space, but also enhance your lifestyle.
Efficient and Sustainable
From energy efficient appliances to the careful choice of building materials, mindful designs, and a commitment to quality, each living space is thoughtfully crafted with the intent to have the least possible negative impact on the environment while creating a safe, long-lasting home. With this goal in mind, Tradition Homes has distinguished itself as a local home builder of the highest caliber. Awarded as the Greensboro Builders Association Builder of the Year for 2021, a Top 10 Builder in the Triad Business Journal for 2021, and the 2019 Builder of Integrity Award, Tradition Homes is a name that homebuyers can trust. All homes in a Tradition Homes neighborhood come with full exterior service and a ten-year structural warranty. Over a thousand happy homeowners in the Triad area have experienced the low maintenance lifestyle that owning a Tradition Homes property provides. “From the first time we saw this house, we thought it was the perfect house for us,” says one homebuyer. “We are very proud to be part of this new construction. I would recommend Tradition Homes because they gave us the house of our dreams. This house is perfect, beautiful, and very comfortable. My children are happy.”
In a time when increases in material costs and supply issues are driving costs of any new build higher, Tradition Homes continues to work toward making quality new homes affordable for prospective home buyers. Since its establishment in 2008, Tradition Homes has sought to treat homebuyers like family by maintaining high standards of customer service and working closely and honestly with prospective homeowners throughout the entire process. “We pride ourselves on our relationship before, during, and after the closing,” says Principal Broker and Vice President Jennifer Ball. “We have taken the builder alliance to a whole new level. Homeowners can expect excellent service from the very beginning.”
As a local builder, Tradition Homes is deeply invested in the Kernersville community and the surrounding area. Jennifer says one of the best things about Kernersville is the small town feel it maintains while still providing easy access to all parts of the Triad. “We love giving back to the communities where we build and have been involved in several outreach projects over the years,” she says.
Tradition Homes continues to grow quickly as the demand for housing in the Triad area increases. Several new communities are coming soon in Whitsett, Mebane, and the Raleigh/Durham area, while The Villas at Mountain West and The Townes at Springvale Hill in Welden Village are entering Phase II of development. “I chose to buy from Tradition Homes because of the location of The Villas at Mountain West and the floorplans they offered,” says one homebuyer. “I found the staff to be helpful, professional, quick to respond, and responsive to any concerns or suggestions. My favorite part of building my home was working with the sales agents and builders on site, they were always available when I visited during the building process, and they answered my questions and made suggestions when I doubted my selections.”
If you are looking for a new, low-maintenance home in a neighborhood you are sure to love, look no further than Tradition Homes. Anyone interested in learning more about The Villas at Mountain West or The Townes at Springvale Hill in Welden Village can reach out to sales counselor Victoria Fowler. She is excited to help prospective homebuyers learn more about these communities and provide information on building updates and release timelines. For more information and to browse neighborhoods and floorplans, visit www.MyTraditionHome.com.