The Home Builders Association of Greater Columbia presents the 2013 TOUR OF HOMES –

Executive Construction is very proud to participate in this exciting event this April!  Please come out and see our new homes this week!!



Home Builders Association of Greater Columbia

P.O. Box 725

Columbia, SC 29202

(803) 256-6238                                                                                                      


For Immediate Release Thursday, April 11, 2013

For More Information call: Earl Mcleod at (803) 256-6238




2013 TOUR OF HOMES Award Winners


The Home Builders Association of Greater Columbia presents the 2013 TOUR OF HOMES – Columbia’s Largest Open House of New Homes for Sale.  The annual scattered-site showing will offer five Featured Communities and 53 new homes located throughout the Greater Columbia area.


Thousands are expected to attend, and with good reason.  This free event showcases a wide variety of home styles throughout the Columbia area from 16 of the Midland’s top builders.  The TOUR OF HOMES is open Saturdays and Sundays, April 13, 14, 20, 21, 27 & 28. Saturdays from Noon to 6:00 p.m and Sundays from

1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.



Teams of judges recently roamed the Greater Columbia area to judge homes on the TOUR.  Their results are listed below.  Congratulations to all the winning participants.


Under $150.000

Best Overall                          #24, The Underwood by Mungo Homes Eastfair, Columbia



Honorable Mention                 #40, Hatteras by Executive Construction, LLC

Dawson’s Park, Lexington



$151.000- $200.000

Best Overall                          #15, Sandhill by Essex Homes, Inc.

Saddlebrook, Lugoff



Honorable Mention                 #5, Maddison by Holiday Builders

Beasley Creek, Blythewood



$2111.000- $2511.000

Best Overall                          #46, Lexington C by Essex Homes, Inc.

Hampton Park, Lexington



Honorable Mention                 #9, The Lincoln by Mungo Homes

Ashland Park, Columbia


$251.000- $300.000

Best Overall                          #1, The Oxford at Hunters Run by Fortress Builders Hunters Run, Blythewood



Honorable Mention                 #58, Pawley Ill by Executive Construction, LLC

Night Harbor, Chapin




H0 I. 000- $400.000

Best Overall                          #12, Homestead by Sovereign Homes The Peninsula, Columbia



Honorable Mention                 #38, Winchester by Essex Homes, Inc.

Turner’s Point, Lexington




$401.000- $500.000

Best Overall                          #20, Ashley by DR Horton Manors at Belleclave, Columbia




Be your own judge!  If you arc planning on attending, make sure to pick up your free TOUR OF HOMES plan book that lists each participant, gives home elevations and floor plans, provides infonnation on each featured community, and supplies a map of the TOUR locations.  The 2013 TOUR OF HOMES plan book can be found at Columbia area Russell & Jeffcoat Real Estate offices, Featured Communities and Homes on the TOUR.  Don’t delay!



The TOUR OF HOMES is proudly presented by the Home Builders Association of Greater Columbia.  Visit their website at  to get information on this and other events by the association plus helpful information for those planning on building or remodeling a home.


About HBAGC: The Home Builders Association of Greater Columbia (HBAGC) is a non-profit professional trade association founded in 1957 for the purpose of maintaining high professional standards in the residential construction industry. Based in Columbia, SC, it is comprised of over 800 builder and associate !inns representing over 18,000 industry professionals involved  in home building, remodeling, multifamily construction, property management, subcontracting,  design,  housing  finance,  building product manufacturing and other aspects of residential and light commercial construction.  The HBAGC is affiliated with the Home Builders Association of  South Carolina and the National Association  of Home Builders and is ranked by size in the top 25 of nearly 800 local Home Builders Associations in the country. During a typical year, residential construction accounts for about five cents of every dollar spent in the U.S. economy, making home building one of the largest and most influential industries in the country.