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Supporters Gather to Leave 'Notes of Love' for Wounded Veteran

Supporters Gather to Leave 'Notes of Love' for Wounded Veteran


Messages of encouragement, thanks and even a “You are beautiful” were just some of the “Notes of Love” people wrote on wall studs, concrete and posts of a new, mortgage-free home
Operation FINALLY HOME Dedicates New Coventry Home to Wounded Soldier

Operation FINALLY HOME Dedicates New Coventry Home to Wounded Soldier


Houston, TX (Oct. 2, 2017) – For the first time, U.S. Army SFC Demitra Jarrett came home to Woodforest last week, accepting the keys to a newly built Coventry Homes’
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 been named LEED Homes Power Builders for 2017. The
MHI Climbs To No. 34 Spot on Builder 100 National Ranking

MHI Climbs To No. 34 Spot on Builder 100 National Ranking


(May 21, 2018) – McGuyer Homebuilders, Inc. (MHI) continues to be recognized as one of the largest homebuilders in the nation by BUILDER Magazine, climbing two notches on the 2018 Builder
Coventry Homes Offers Final Homes in Rough Hollow

Coventry Homes Offers Final Homes in Rough Hollow


(Austin, TX - May 23, 2018) – A strong 2017 housing market and popular single-story home designs is leading to a successful conclusion to Coventry Homes’ building program in Rough Hollow. The
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