What You See Is What You Get — or Is It?

If you’ve ever watched a McDonald’s commercial, you know that they do a pretty good job at making their burgers look great on TV. But if you have visited a McDonald’s in search of that same burger, you know that what you see is not always what you get. Big name companies like McDonald’s spend a lot of money to produce pretty, glossy advertisements to entice you to buy their product. The scene is not that different in the home building industry. Big name players advertise top of the line houses with all the bells and whistles at a fantastic price. Their goal is to drive in as many customers as they can and hope that they will settle for a subpar product.

Upgrades come at a cost

Once a home buyer goes to a mass producer, they are often surprised by what they find. What the advertisements fail to mention is that the stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and hardwood floors are upgrades. They come at a cost above that great price that was advertised. And often, since they buy and produce in bulk, the quality of the end product is inferior.

Stallion Homes values quality over quantity.

Unlike volume builders, our team appreciates the details that make a home special. As a boutique dealer, we don’t spend money on shiny advertisements to trick you into buying one of our homes. Instead, we buy quality materials and work closely with you, our buyer. We believe that each house we build should be as unique and extraordinary as its new owners. From the colour of your house, down to the kitchen fixtures, you have the opportunity to create the home that perfectly suits you.

With Stallion Homes, what is you see is what you get. We won’t use any gimmicks to get you in the door. Our customers do the talking for us, with word of mouth our number one source of lead generation, we have found that our homes and our customers are all the advertisement we need. Visit our gallery to get a taste for what you can expect with Stallion Homes or contact one of our team members for more information.