Our Development Philosophy

Ten basic operating principles permeate all of all the company’s endeavors, from turning the first spade of soil to the final handshake with happy homeowners.

One

An Ideal Land Plan

Work to build a versatile development plan in harmony with the natural attributes of the land.

Two

Visibility and Accessibility

Ensure each development’s entrance is easily identifiable and accessible to main roads.

Three

Award Winning School District

Build family-driven communities centered around access to great schools.

Four

Various Lifestyle Opportunities

Choose neighborhood locations that offer a wide array of lifestyle opportunities – including parks, shopping, recreation, churches, and more – in close proximity.

Five

Avoid Market Saturation

Build in areas ripe for new development, avoiding oversaturated markets.

Six

A Choice of Product and Price

Offer a variety of product choices that appeal to all of life’s stages.

Seven

Creation of a Marketing Magnet and a Statement of Excellence

Create a memorable sense of arrival with a sculpted and lushly landscaped entryway that conveys the excellence and prestige of the neighborhood, capturing the attention of both residents and visitors.

Eight

Develop an Aggressive Community Awareness Marketing Program

Provide each development with marketing tools to enhance community engagement early in the building process.

Nine

Adopt Strict Architectural & Landscape Standards

Maintain each neighborhood’s standard of excellence to ensure long term quality and growth.

Ten

Credibility

Establish trust and credibility with both homebuilders and homeowners by developing planned community facilities and amenities at the beginning of the development.

“LandTech took over management of 12 Oaks and effectively hit the restart button. It finished construction of the golf clubhouse and swimming pools. Construction of the tennis courts is currently underway. LandTech worked out an agreement with the Town of Holly Springs to correct erosion-control issues, and the company reopened communication with the families that had bought homes.”