Homebuyers need all the help they can get.
Over the past few months, the ground under the new home market has shifted dramatically. Inventory is historically low, interest rates are rising along with the cost of lumber, and supply chain issues are causing delays in starting and finishing new residential construction.
In the midst of these uncertainties, one local homebuilder is providing buyers with a rock-solid foundation upon which they can build their dream homes.
Since 1992, HHHunt Homes has been building handsome single-family homes, townhomes and condominiums in Virginia and North Carolina.
Many construction companies today make design and style decisions for customers. But what distinguishes HHHunt Homes is the flexibility it provides buyers. The company gives customers the freedom to personalize their homes by choosing design elements — colors, flooring, cabinets, lighting — from the company’s rich Design Gallery of options. At the same time, however, the Richmond-based company also offers move-in ready homes for buyers who can’t wait or don’t want the stress of making choices but want the assurance of knowing what exactly they’re buying.
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What’s more, HHHunt Homes offers an astonishing 50 active floorplans with the option in many of them for flex spaces for use as home offices, guest bedrooms, fitness centers or any space a homeowner can imagine.
Why? Because this company doesn’t just construct wonderful new homes. It cares about them and their owners.
“When we go into a community, our focus is on our ‘How You Live’ philosophy” says Susan Williams, vice president of sales at HHHunt Homes. “From the minute they walk in the door, customers know that they’re in the right place and that the house is the right fit for them.”
Long before that, though, the company’s new home advisers meet with homebuyers to discuss current interest rates and financing. And once buyers move in, the customer service team meets with them for two review meetings in the first year to ensure that they are completely satisfied.
It’s no surprise, then, that HHHunt Homes has risen to become one of the largest and fastest-growing homebuilders in the area. From Richmond, Virginia, they entered the Hampton Roads, Virginia, market (which now extends from New Kent to Suffolk) in 2005, then quickly expanded to the Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, marketplace.
With several military bases in HHHunt Homes territory, the company’s Hometown Heroes program gives active military personnel and their families incentives when purchasing a home. The program also extends to law enforcement, firefighters, medical professionals and teachers. Williams said the goal is “to do something extra for those that have given back to us.”
Size and success have enabled the company to offset market issues that smaller homebuilders face. The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent supply chain problems threw construction schedules off for many homebuilders, and HHHunt Homes wasn’t immune to delays. “But now we're back to being close to six months from start to finish. Less in some cases,” says Williams.
From start to finish, HHHunt Homes makes “dream home” dreams come true.
For more information, visit hhhunthomes.com.