PHBI’s New Homebuyers’ Choice Award

By Howard Tse, Cedarglen Homes President

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Some of our dedicated Cedarglen Team!

 

On Friday, September 30, 2016, Cedarglen Homes was awarded the Professional Home Builders Institute (PHBI) New Homebuyers’ Choice 2016 Provincial Award in the single family homes, 150+ possessions category. This acknowledgement is not only a testament of the commitment our team has to this industry and our homeowners, but also a statement to the quality of homebuilding in Alberta. In the spring of this year, we were thrilled to be honoured with the PHBI New Homebuyers’ Choice 2016 Regional Award. In both cases, we were up against the best of the best in the industry.

So, what makes us different?

Although these acknowledgements are among the most coveted in our industry, it is not this recognition that drives us to do the things we do. At Cedarglen Homes we are constantly changing and adapting our processes in search of the perfect model. We accept the fact that we participate in one of the most complicated processes that a consumer will ever participate in. We are dedicated to listening and learning from the feedback we receive and implement changes for an improved homeowner experience.

Our success with this goal is made possible with our dedicated team that acknowledges the importance of the homeowner experience and are committed to improving the process, implementing changes and adapting to them. This is accepted as the norm by our team and has become the foundation of our culture at Cedarglen Homes.

Congratulations and thank you to our dedicated team for creating a homeowner experience that has resulted in our recognition as PHBI’s New Homebuyers’ Choice 2016 Provincial Award winner.

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