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JordanBuilt Homes is a local, family-owned homebuilding company founded by Mike Jordan. We’ve been building custom single-family homes and townhomes in the Triangle for more than twenty years. It’s a commitment we take seriously. The pinnacles of our business are quality, communication and follow-through. We know that building a home is one of the largest investments you’ll ever make. It’s our privilege to build your home. You’re important to us.
But don’t just take our word for it…
What REALTORS say...
Kathy Brearley, a Realtor with Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston recently sold two JordanBuilt homes—one in Portofino and one in Heritage Wake Forest.
“I like showing JordanBuilt Homes,” Brearley says. “They always come through. The Portofino clients bought because of the large homesites and the amount of privacy that comes with the space between the homes; I think they have close to an acre. The size of the lot was a big selling factor.”
An oversized screen porch off the kitchen was another homeowner favorite, as was the spacious floorplan, which the buyers were able to customize. “The Lexington floorplan worked for them from the beginning. All of the rooms were so spacious. The living room/study and first floor guest suite were big enough that they could convert that area into living space for elderly parents.”
What Buyers say...
Gary Ellsworth and his family recently bought a 2,800-square-foot home in Heritage Wake Forest. He and his wife loved the location with its good schools and neighborhood amenities like greenway trails, golf, playgrounds, pools, fishing pond and soccer field. But designing a home that fit his family’s needs was the best part.
“We’ve been in for just about a month now,” says Ellsworth. “I work from home, and there’s a nice separate office upstairs that we really like. The finishes are just top-notch in every room; we’re really enjoying our kitchen and master bedroom in the new house. JordanBuilt Homes was very open and honest with anything we wanted changed. They were able to accommodate just about everything we asked for.
“They were able to configure a bench in the master shower by moving some air conditioning ducts,” Ellsworth continues. “We have stonework on the front of the home and some nice timber columns and wrought-iron rails that we changed at the last minute, and it went off without a hitch. It’s been a great experience!”