Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Sharp Residential Launches New Website

Sharp Residential received the one of the top three numerical scores in Atlanta in the proprietary J.D. Power and Associates 2008 New-Home Customer Satisfaction Study(sm), and as a part of their continuous efforts to continue to improve the home buying experience, they have revamped their Web site. The site now has more photos, more virtual tours, and more ways for homebuyers to find their perfect Sharp Residential home.

“We know that the majority of buyers shop on-line before they get in their cars to visit our homes, especially now with gas prices so high, and we want to make their virtual experience as enjoyable and informational as their face-to-face meetings with our agents,” said Tom Sharp, president of Sharp Residential. “We want buyers to be able to browse our current inventory and as we start new communities and new homes within our existing communities we want them to be able to get to know us and see our progress on-line.”

The Sharp Residential Web site is still found at www.sharpresidential.com but now it has more amazing photos on the homepage welcoming buyers in to the site to tour homes. With more information on each page fewer clicks will allow buyers to shop for their perfect floorplan, kitchen or neighborhood. Detailed Information can be accessed from multiple directions. Visitors don’t have to dig for neighborhood information, design center, photos and pricing. Plus, once visitors select a neighborhood they can view floor plans, neighborhood site plans, available homes, relocation information and comprehensive community information to help make home buying decisions easier.

One of the biggest advantages of visiting the Sharp Residential Web site is the fact that buyers have the opportunity to contact the builder for even more information on each and every page. Sharp also puts all special incentives they are offering as well as current news on the company on the home page.

For over 17 years, Sharp Residential, headed by Tom Sharp, has offered exceptional homes with a wealth of luxurious features in neighborhoods throughout metro Atlanta. Designing homes for the way people want to live, Sharp Residential has established a reputation of integrity – earning recognition on the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s annual list of the Top 25 Homebuilders since 2004 and ranking in the top 200 on Professional Builder magazine’s list of the Top 400 Homebuilders in the country. Priced from the $200’s to $800’s, the quality and features of the homes set them apart from the rest. Customers come first at Sharp Residential, where an emphasis is placed on the homebuyer’s individual desires. J.D. Power and Associates ranked Sharp Residential among the top three in customer satisfaction with new-home builders in Atlanta in 2008. The experienced team of builders and the support staff take pride in designing homes for the way people want to live, customizing each home with individual characteristics. Building homes and neighborhoods to suit any lifestyle, Sharp Residential has quickly grown to become one of Atlanta’s leading developers and builders, building in Paulding, Cobb, Forsyth, and Cherokee counties, as well as the City of Atlanta. Discover the Sharp Difference - call 770-518-4896 or visit the Web site at www.Sharp-Residential.com.

Sharp Residential received the one of the top three numerical scores in Atlanta in the proprietary J.D. Power and Associates 2008 New-Home Customer Satisfaction Study(sm). Study based on 50,837 total responses in 33 markets, measuring 22 builders in Atlanta (Barrow, Bartow, Carroll, Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, Coweta, Dawson, DeKalb, Douglas, Fayette, Forsyth, Fulton, Gwinnett, Hall, Henry, Newton, Paulding, Rockdale, Spalding and Walton counties) and measures opinions of consumers who purchased a new home in 2007. Proprietary study results are based on experiences and perceptions of consumers surveyed in March-July 2008. Your experiences may vary. Visit www.jdpower.com.
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