Why are we here? With a company like ours that already has 10+successful communities in the area, a few questions come to mind as we open The Villages at Herring Creek. How do we decide which communities we should sell homes in? How do we decide which communities to enter?
I know I could ask the people who make those decisions but I think I know the answers. It’s about much more than profitability. There are certain locations that have a special “personality” that fits buyer type. For example, The Villages at Herring Creek is a beautiful wooded spot with ½ acre home sites (and some larger). The community includes existing estate homes built by a previous builder – and some of those custom homes are huge! This community has similar appeal to the one I grew up in near northern Delaware. It has more of a rural country setting, and is away from the usual and likely locations, but once you get there – paradise. You’ll see beautiful water views, wooded lots, and deer quietly walking through the open home sites. This is a unique community, but still meets the “curb appeal” test so typical of a quality Schell Brothers community.
Sometimes the best decisions take a bit of time to think about. You know the old adage about “the best things in life are worth waiting for”? That can apply to the person you marry, the car you drive and the home you buy. Think about the feeling you’d like to have when you arrive at your home. If you’re looking for serene living and peaceful beauty, it’s worth the drive, and worth waiting for.