Best Home Builder: Heritage Homes

Location: Fargo

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Heritage Homes has been named Best Home Builder in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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How does it feel to win, again? 

“We are humbled and honored to have won this award two years in a row and 10 times since 2011,” President and CEO Tyrone Leslie said. “I believe we can pay this attribute back to the fact that 98.3% of our homeowners say they will refer their family and friends to us, and their loyalty is what makes this all possible.”

How do you connect to the community? 

“Our commitment to giving back to our community, aligned with our passion and love to see our community thrive, is evoked in everything we do,” Leslie said. “Our passionate team at Heritage Homes is committed to delivering a high-quality home for our homeowners to enjoy for years to come. Our streamlined process ensures communication is executed every step of the way and our loyal trade partners ensure your home will be built with attention to detail and without delay.”

  • Second place: Thomsen Homes
  • Third Place: Horizon Homes LLC
  • Fourth Place: Jordahl Custom Homes
  • Fifth Place: Designer Homes

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