Yesterday, we hosted students from Apex Friendship High School for a day at the jobsite. Interior design students visited our Sweetwater sites to see residential construction at different stages, learn trending features, and experience various trades in-progress. Our next generation is in good hands with this class of respectful young leaders. Congratulations to Apex Friendship High students and we look forward to your next site visit!
The Triangle Business Journal will host a Power Breakfast on May 1 to discuss the latest trends on the region’s red-hot housing market. Jon Rufty will share a panel with Rex Bost and Tim Smith to discuss home and land prices, active communities and luxury living. You still have time to register online.
We're excited to share our latest move, and we're especially grateful to you, our clients and friends. The Rufty team is celebrating our 30th anniversary this year. Thanks to your support over the decades, we've moved into a new office to accommodate our growth. We look forward to welcoming you into our new workplace at 5121 Kingdom Way, just around the corner from our previous location. Thank you for 30 years of friendship, camaraderie and support!
In recent years, our community has experienced a re-emergence of the luxury home market here in the Triangle. Read on to learn more about the growth and Jon Rufty's thoughts on custom home building. We've weathered the ebbs and flows of the housing market over 30 years like few others in our region. Thanks to our clients, we're proud to celebrate 30 years of truly custom home building in Wake County and beyond. Here's an excerpt of the article in the Triangle Business Journal about luxury builders:
As teardowns continue to get replaced by million dollar homes from North Hills to MacGregor Downs Country Club and new communities such as Avalaire and Bella Vista in north Raleigh put up 7,000-square-foot estates, longtime observers of residential real estate in the Triangle say one thing is certain: the surge shows just how high the Triangle’s reputation has risen. “It’s moving on up in the world,” Anfindsen says. “The natives are stunned when they see all the wealth that’s come here.”