Brian Shelby, an associate with Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace, Realtors®, is a 20-year veteran of the home building supply industry who began a career in real estate in 2013.
Hunters Way is the first fully developed subdivision of its kind for HMH Development, Inc., whose founder is full-time on-site builder Hunter Harrison. Located in the heart of Hardin Valley, the site for the first phase of Hunters Way sits at the intersection of Hardin Valley Road and Gallaher Ferry.
“This is an incredible opportunity to help clients build their next dream home in the heart of beautiful Hardin Valley,” said Shelby. “Mr. Harrison has built a reputation for being committed to the highest level of quality and he will personally oversee each step of the building process.”
Hunters Way is made up of 40 lots and will offer homes starting in the low $300s with fifteen luxury home design plans to choose from. Each home plan comes equipped with 25 standard features and all also include the option of nearly 40 additional luxury amenities.
New Penn Financial, LLC will serve as the official mortgage partner for this project. New Penn is a leading nationwide lender that offers expertise, exceptional customer service and competitive rates on a broad portfolio of mortgage products. The company was founded in 2008 and has since then gained a reputation for being a top ranked mortgage lender.
“The established relationships between Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace, HMH Development, and New Penn Financial help to ensure the success of this project,” said Shelby. “These are organizations dedicated to the high level of service they provide their clients.”
To learn more about Hunters Way, visit http://www.hmhdevelopment.com. Brian Shelby can be reached at (865) 693-1111 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Coldwell Banker, Wallace & Wallace, Realtors®
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