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Coventry Homes Extends Pick 3 Promotion Through October

Coventry Homes Extends Pick 3 Promotion Through October


Homebuyers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area should act fast to take advantage of the latest promotion from Coventry Homes. The Pick Three sales event, which runs from Sept. 1- Oct. 31, gives DFW-area
New Homes from Coventry Homes Available Soon in Bustling Prosper, TX

New Homes from Coventry Homes Available Soon in Bustling Prosper, TX


The award-winning home designs of Coventry Homes will soon be available in one of the newest master-planned communities, Villages of Star Trail, located in the fast-growing Prosper, TX area.                                         Located
New Model in Edgestone at Legacy Now Open

New Model in Edgestone at Legacy Now Open


Just north of Dallas, Frisco has remained one of the fastest-growing communities in the nation for years and is a top area for relocation in the DFW area. Coventry Homes features their award-winning
Merion at Midtown Park Now Open!

Merion at Midtown Park Now Open!


Doors are open to Coventry Homes’ new model in Merion at Midtown Park, giving buyers a peek at the luxurious lifestyle awaiting them. The elegant 2,049-square-foot model, located at 8375 Nunley
Extreme Upgrade: Kitchen Edition Offers Upgrades to Buyers

Extreme Upgrade: Kitchen Edition Offers Upgrades to Buyers


In the month of March, new home buyers in the Dallas-Fort Worth market can take advantage of a generous new promotion from Coventry Homes and Plantation Homes. People who purchase a to-be-built home
MHI Divisions Earn LEED Homes Power Builder Designations

MHI Divisions Earn LEED Homes Power Builder Designations


The Austin and Dallas divisions of McGuyer Homebuilders, Inc., (MHI), parent company of Coventry Homes, Plantation Homes and Wilshire Homes, have

Energy-efficient Texas houses worth $25K more than traditional homes, study finds

Energy-efficient Texas houses worth $25K more than traditional homes, study finds


Jul 11, 2017, 9:36am CDT - New homes built to LEED standards in Texas are worth $25,000 more on average than conventional houses.

That is according to a new study by the University of Texas