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Legacy Homes named Best in Business third year in a row

Huntsville, AL January 19, 2018 - Legacy Homes has been named the 2018 Best in Business Award Recipient for North Alabama - the only Home Builder to receive this distinction and the third year in a row to receive this prestigious award. Legacy Homes builds ...

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By Special to Huntsville, AL January 19, 2018 - Legacy Homes has been named the 2018 Best in Business Award Recipient for North Alabama - the only Home Builder to receive this distinction and the third year in a row to receive this prestigious award. Legacy Homes builds homes throughout the Huntsville/Madison area and currently features seven communities with more under development Building quality, energy-efficient homes at an extraordinary value with innovative designs is the core of Legacy's mission "As the only home builder in North Alabama to receive this award for the third consecutive year, it's a true honor and a proud achievement for our company," said Jeff Korotky, President of Legacy Homes "Once again, our employees worked hard to ensure we closed homes on time, on budget, and with exceptional customer care We had remarkable growth last year as we opened several new communities and increased our volume over 36%, but I'm pleased to say that we didn't sacrifice our commitment to our customers as we maintained our industry-leading homeowner satisfaction rate of 98% We could not have achieved the results without the hard work and commitment of our employees, building suppliers, subcontractors, preferred lenders and our Realtor partners As a locally owned company, we're deeply committed to giving back to our communities in Huntsville and Madison We recently built Nora's House for 305 8th Street, a local non-profit who provides a home for disabled adults who require special care and structured living, but don't qualify for state assistance We look forward to continuing to serve our community and fulfill our mission to our customers by delivering high quality, energy-efficient homes with innovative designs at an extraordinary value - the best price per foot in North Alabama." Each year, local consumers participate in a market survey and were asked to nominate businesses and professionals they felt were worthy of the distinction, "Best in Business." Once the results were compiled and tabulated, the Best in Business Award Association began an extensive selection processEach nominee first had to demonstrate a positive track record of responding to complaints with the local Better Business Bureau (BBB), a prerequisite of the program Next, the owner or officer of the nominated business was required to participate in an assessment interview with Best in Business AwardTopics ranging from experience and hiring practices to liability insurance coverage and customer service procedures are reviewed Discerning the business' overall reputation in the community is the final and most important step of the process, since Best in Business Award only designates one recipient per categoryFeedback from other recipients and community leaders is used to gauge a nominee's overall reputation in the community The Best in Business Award Program provides consumers a reliable resource to help guide, identify, and select a business based upon experience, reputation, integrity, quality, and trust. "Selecting an exceptional slate of recipients for our award was time consuming and required us to be thorough" said John Gaylor of Best in Business Award "And allowing local consumers to take part in the process also gave us a credible point of reference from which to begin our search When consumers call upon our recipients, they can do so with the assurance that these businesses are worthy of this notable distinction." To learn more, visit View Comments /* */ About Us About Alabama Media Group Jobs at Alabama Media Group Advertise with us News In Education Frequently Asked Questions About Contact Us Online Store Already a Subscriber? Manage your subscription Delivery feedback Place a vacation hold Make a payment Customer Service Place an ad Get home delivery Promote your event in our calendar Send us an email Submit a news tip Buy newspaper front pages, poster and more Sections News Business Sports High School Sports Entertainment Living Travel Opinion Obituaries Jobs Autos Real Estate Apartment Rentals Classifieds Local Businesses Your Regional News Pages Anniston/Gadsden Birmingham Huntsville Mobile Montgomery Tuscaloosa Gulf Coast Beaches On the Go Mobile Apps | Tablet Apps More on Videos Photos Interact with us Weather Post a job Post a free classified ad Sell your car Sell/rent your home Site Map & search Sponsor Content Become a Member The Birmingham News The Huntsville Times Press-Register Free newsletters Follow Us Twitter | Facebook | Google+ | Pinterest | Instagram Advance Digital Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy

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