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The Best of the Red River Valley 2021: Best Homebuilder

Readers named Heritage Homes 'Best Homebuilder' in the Best of the Red River Valley 2021 competition.

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Readers named Heritage Homes 'Best Homebuilder' in the Best of the Red River Valley 2021 competition. Special to The Forum

How does it feel to win?

“We’re honored to again win the Best Homebuilder Award in the Red River Valley,” President and CEO Tyrone Leslie said. “Our company’s vision is to be known as the area’s most trusted homebuilder through our stress-free journey and design process building a home around our homeowners’ lifestyle. Our mission is to build homes for life, love and happiness to happen.”

How does your business stay involved in the community?

“We give our time and talents to many area schools and educational programs including: a development scholarship for Minnesota State Community and Technical College, assistance with the Home Builder’s Association Herdina Academy for construction, home and jobsite tours for the North Dakota State University Home Builders Association Student Chapter, North Dakota State College of Science students and various high schools,” Leslie said.

Second place: Thomsen Homes

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Third Place: Dabbert Custom Homes

Fourth Place: Spire Custom Homes

Fifth Place: Designer Homes of Fargo Moorhead

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