Where We Build

Bloomington-Normal IL

Why build a new home in Bloomington-Normal, IL?
Centrally located between Interstates 39, 55, and 74, Bloomington-Normal is nestled in a lush farming community that has been charming residents since 1831. This growing town is headquarters for State Farm Insurance and COUNTRY Financial. In addition to its thriving commerce, Bloomington-Normal boasts a leading educational and industrial society with its two universities, three major hospitals, convention centers, shopping districts and sprawling subdivisions.

  • Bloomington-Normal was ranked #9 in "The 10 Most Exciting Cities in Illinois" list by Movoto.
  • Ranked #4 in "Top 10 Cities on the Rise" list by nerdwallet.com
  • Rated in the Top 100 Smartest Cities in America by Lumosity.com
    Reported by venturebeat.com 
  • Ranked #11 in "America's Fastest Growing Cities" list by nerdwallet.com.
  • #3 city in U.S. to look for a job in healthcare, sales, the trucking industry, or restaurant businessby Beyond.com
  • Bloomington-Normal, IL was ranked #1 in the State of Illinois and #28 nationally on Forbes list of "The Best Small Places for Business and Careers." 
  • Recognized by CNN Money as a top ranked small city to live in for 2012.
  • Ranked as one of the 25 Best Places for a Working Retirement by Forbes Magazine
  • Bloomington-Normal, IL was ranked the 2nd best city for singles by Kiplinger. In their "Best Cities for Singles" rankings, Kiplinger explained, "Bloomington singles hearken back to some charming heartland ideal: Well educated, well paid and exceptionally nice."

Building a new home in Bloomington-Normal will put you in an ideal location less than three hours from Chicago, St. Louis, and Indianapolis. Transportation services include four railroads, Amtrak, and Central Illinois Regional Airport, one of the fastest growing airports in the nation. Keeping a small town feel while staying connected and well balanced is what makes Bloomington-Normal an ideal option for homebuyers.

Families coming to this area will be greeted by a perfect amalgamate of a safe and welcoming community with diversity, culture and growth.

Or, contact us and let's have a conversation about how we can help you make Bloomington-Normal home for you.

Peoria IL

Why build a new home in the Peoria area? Centrally located, and equal distances from Chicago and St. Louis, Peoria, Dunlap, and surrounding towns offer families and individuals an atmosphere that is urban and contemporary while still offering a down-to-earth, hometown feel. Built on the winding Illinois River, this town is home to Bradley University, five first-class regional medical facilities, and the world headquarters of Caterpillar, Inc.

  • Also known as the “River City,” Peoria Illinois is located on the scenic Illinois River.
  • Surrounding Peoria Illinois are picturesque towns such as East Peoria, Dunlap, Morton, and Washington.
  • In 2009, Peoria was ranked #5 best mid-sized city to launch a small business by CNN Money and Fortune Small Business
  • Home to Caterpillar’s World Headquarters, as well as 5 major hospitals including the Children’s Hospital of Illinois.
  • Compared to the rest of the country, Peoria Illinois cost of living is 15% lower than the U.S. average according to bestplaces.net
  • Peoria has been awarded the All-American City Award four times (1953, 1966, 1989, 2013)

And for people looking to build a new home in Peoria, they'll be pleased to find that there's a reason it was rated All-American City four times. The agricultural and industrial markets sustain the hardworking culture that's at the foundation of this city's values while modern innovation weaves Peoria into the international marketplace with its thriving tech sector. Peoria has also become the test market for national companies and their products, due to its encapsulation of the true American ideal. If you're thinking of buying a new home in Peoria, you'll find that you're not alone - the booming real estate industry in both Peoria and Dunlap continues to bring economic, commercial, industrial and community growth to these communities.

Whether you want to build a new home in Peoria, or a new home in Dunlap, we welcome a conversation about what your ideal home would look like.