So we’ve seen which builders leave customers most satisfied, but what about quality rankings? This list looks at the number of construction problems in a new home, focusing on 41 categories like the bathroom, kitchen and home exterior.
Just so you know, JD Powers tells us the problems reported most often in Houston include electrical, heating and air conditioning issues.
The builder with the least number of reported issues is LGI Homes of Conroe.
“We are really proud of the JD Power New Home Quality ranking,” said Eric Lipar, CEO of LGI Homes. “We have always maintained that first-time homebuyers don’t have to sacrifice service and quality, for affordability. We have an onsite dedicated professional that insures every home meets our top quality standards and is ready for move in. I am really impressed with our team and thankful to our customers for this recognition.”
For the past 5 years, LGI Homes has been recognized by Builder Magazine as one of the top home builders in the United States. Moving up 11 places from 2008, LGI Homes was recently ranked No. 57 on Builder Magazine’s 2009 Builder 100 List. This list determined based on closings and is made up of both private and public builders. LGI Homes continues to stand out year after year by providing quality homes at affordable prices to new homebuyers.
LGI Homes features three, four and five bedroom floor plans with two bathrooms on over-sized lots. Every home comes with quality appliances, custom cabinets, a fenced backyard, front yard landscaping and a homeowner warranty.
In addition, all LGI Homes are built with thousands of dollars worth of upgrades already included at no extra cost to you in desirable locations that are perfect to fit the needs and desired lifestyle you dream for your family.
Call or visit one of our beautiful LGI Homes communities today and see how you can own a new home for as little as $629* a month with no down payment required.
During 2008 and 2009, when the housing industry has struggled due to the economy, LGI Homes has stood out by continuing to provide quality homes at affordable prices to new homebuyers. In 2009 LGI Homes was ranked #68 on Builder Magazine’s 2008 Builder 100. This is up 46 spots from the published 2008 ranking of #114. Special recognition was received at this year’s Builder 100 Conference in Chicago when Eric Lipar, on behalf of LGI Homes, received an award and was recognized as the only Builder in the US to increase sales and revenue for the last three consecutive years.
Additional notable awards recently received by the LGI group of companies include:
Inc. 500 magazine recently listed LGI Development in their 2009 list of fastest growing private companies in the US, for the third year in a row.
Professional Builder Magazine also listed LGI Homes in their 2009 Builder 400 list which celebrates the top 400 Builders nationwide, 5 years in a row.
With communities located in Houston, Fort Worth, and San Antonio, you are sure to find the perfect home. For more information on our communities and available homes, visit www.lgihomes.com today.
Mike Snider likes to say that LGI Homes, where he’s executive vice president of home building, does “everything the opposite of other builders.”
That contrariness has been paying dividends for the Conroe, Texas–based company, whose officers claim is the only production builder among the top 200 that increased its revenue and closings in each of the last three years.
LGI has a unique business model that favors spec building, targets local renters, and follows leads with a highly trained salesforce. The company expects to break records for dollars and unit sales again in 2009 and is raising capital to expand beyond its two subdivisions in Houston and one in San Antonio. “There’s no reason why, in the Texas market, we can’t go to five, eight, 10 communities, take the LGI way of selling there, and be phenomenally successful,” says Eric Lipar, the builder’s president.
That confidence, in the face of a housing recession, would be laughable if it weren’t for LGI’s track record in recent years. Lipar’s father founded LGI Homes in 1995 as a land developer specializing in acreage home sites located 45 to 60 miles outside of urban centers. It continues in that business today, but five years ago its owners decided to take that business model into entry-level housing. A year later, it hired Snider, a former project manager at Tadian Homes in Michigan, whose training has focused on environmental sciences and land-use planning. Read the rest of this entry »