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Wendell Legacy Homes Enters Luxury Custom Home Market in Houston and Montgomery County.

May 1, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Building on a 30-year family tradition, Wendell Legacy Homes enters the luxury custom home market in Houston and Montgomery County to fulfill the growing demand for single-family homes priced from $650,000 to the millions.

Leading Wendell Legacy Homes as CEO and President, Josh M. Wendell continues the family legacy of a strong commitment to quality home construction, outstanding customer service, and extraordinary homeowner satisfaction.

“I grew up in the building business,” said Wendell, “learning the craft of homebuilding from my dad, Jay M. Wendell. Together, we built hundreds of luxury custom and estate homes in The Woodlands, earning a reputation as the premier custom homebuilder in Montgomery County.”

Quality construction, exceptional home warranties, and a guarantee of complete homeowner satisfaction set Wendell Legacy Homes apart from the majority of homebuilders in area.

“I have named the company Wendell Legacy Homes to honor my father’s legacy in the business,” said Wendell. “Jay Wendell built homes in Montgomery County for nearly 30 years, and he was the epitome of integrity. That says a lot in our business. So does the fact that much of our business came from repeat customers and referrals. Folks really trusted my dad because they knew they were buying a quality home built with value and a timeless design.”

Josh M. Wendell personally supervises every construction project, guaranteeing the same personalized care, attention to detail, and exceptional homeowner satisfaction that the Wendell name has delivered over many years in residential construction.

Houston real estate investor Bob Randle will serve as the company’s operation manager. Randle brings careers in the U.S. Army and the oil and gas business to Wendell Legacy Homes.

Montgomery County is experiencing a surge in commercial development with 3 million square feet of office space under construction in The Woodlands. Wendell Legacy Homes is ideally positioned to help meet the demand in homes required by the nearly 10,000 employees expected to fill the new commercial development.

For more information, visit WendellLegacyHomes.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Josh Wendell
Email: info@wendelllegacyhomes.com
Phone: 281-323-4580
Organization: Wendell Legacy Homes

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