The New Year is upon us and continued growth is expected for the new home building industry in Eastern North Carolina. As we look toward our goals and tasks for the New Year, January is also a time of reflection on the previous year, and 2015 was a very good, and very busy year for McKee Homes.
McKee Homes passed the five year mark in 2015 and is anticipating continued growth in 2016. The McKee Homes staff has doubled in size over the last year and a half and has made Inc. Magazine’s list of 5000 fastest growing privately held companies for the last two years.
Growing a home building company is not just about selling more houses, but is also about creating better and more efficient processes to be able to handle the increased production and customer service. McKee Homes has put some great people in place to make sure it will continue to serve the Eastern North Carolina new home market with its well-designed and built homes, expert staff, knowledgeable and friendly sales team and 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty package.
In addition to being recognized by Inc. Magazine, McKee Homes made Professional Builder’s 2015 Housing Giants list at #259 in 2015, and had one of its neighborhoods awarded Best Looking Neighborhood in Fayetteville. Pat McKee, President of McKee Homes, received the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce Family-Owned Small Business of The Year award and was inducted as the 2016 President of the Fayetteville Home Builder’s Association.
McKee Homes continued its commitment of giving back in 2015 by sponsoring the Raleigh, Fayetteville, and Wilmington Walk to End Alzheimer’s as well as being involved in several local and national charities.
The 2015 Walk to End Alzheimer’s in Fayetteville, N.C. was the 5th annual Walk hosted and sponsored by McKee Homes in Fayetteville, N.C. as well as the highest attended Walk so far, raising over $90,000 to support Alzheimer’s Association® initiatives, which include Alzheimer’s care and research, and raising awareness of this devastating disease. Over the past five years, the Fayetteville Walk to End Alzheimer’s has raised over $250,000.
McKee Homes also worked with HelpingAHero.org and Mountain Real Estate Capital to build a home for a wounded veteran at Legacy Lakes in Aberdeen, N.C. The Dedication Ceremony on August 18 at which SGT (Ret.) Rivenbark and his wife, Yulia, assumed ownership of their home drew a crowd of neighbors, friends and dignitaries, including Lt. Governor Dan Forest and Congresswoman Renee Ellmers.
McKee Homes is one of the few home builders in North Carolina experienced with the Specially Adapted Housing guidelines, processes and additional inspections, required to design and construct adaptive floor plans for the physically disabled, including wounded veterans and aging retirees.
To get more information about McKee Homes and see floor plans and available properties, please visit McKeeHomesNC.com or call 910-672-7296.