Village Homes & Land enjoying collaboration

This article was published October 29, 2017 at 4:00 a.m.

Village Homes & Land, the real estate office of the POA, and Brandon Tedder of Renaissance Homes Inc. are enjoying the early months of their collaboration.

Renaissance Homes Inc. is the first member of the HSVPOA Builders' Guild. The creation of the Builders' Guild was a strategic decision to build not only more homes, but potentially to build a more varied mix of home options.

Renaissance Homes Inc. is the owner and builder of the first Builder Guild home at 31 Panorama Drive, the great location lot that Renaissance Homes Inc. purchased from the POA across from the boat launch at Lake Estrella.

Village Homes & Land is proud to list and promote the home through social media, CARMLS (the local multiple listing platform) and soon on our website.

For buyers looking for the same quality and style, but a little smaller footprint, Renaissance Homes Inc. has another presale at 9 Hendaye Way in a Ponce de Leon golf course neighborhood.

"Besides the homes listed, Village Homes & Land and our Builders' Guild can help you build the home of your dreams whether it's a plan you have selected, one that we provide to meet your needs, or a fully custom home on your lot," the POA said in a news release.

"If you would like more information on any of these options, please give us a call at 501-922-5560 or you can view Panorama, Hendaye and our listed lots on any of the public listing services such as If you are working with a Realtor, please ask them about any of our offerings -- we look forward to working with the Hot Springs Village Realtor community. We'll keep you posted on these homes and other homes as they begin construction. We are in discussion with other builders and look forward to sharing information about them and their homes in the future," it said.

"As to our lots, we have listed lots in each village in CARMLS. If you are interested in purchasing a lot, please give us a call at 501-922-5560."

Tabloids on 10/29/2017

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