Challenge: One of the largest developers in the Mid-Atlantic, HHHunt Corporation develops, builds, and manages residential real estate communities, including new homes and apartments, in Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. The company set ambitious growth goals across its various markets to fuel long-term expansion plans. These efforts would require a sustained and strategic marketing campaign across HHHunt’s footprint.
Challenge: The Great Recession was a difficult time for home builders. Sales of new homes plummeted to historic lows. Emerald Homes, had a presence in Powhatan County, New Kent County, Prince George County, and Chesterfield County but sales had completely dried up in 2008.
Challenge: A master-planned new home community in Ashland, Virginia, Providence began development in 2012 at a time when home sales continued to lag due to the effects of the Great Recession. The developer wanted to build excitement about Providence by replicating the small-town charm of Ashland within the community. That meant creating an environment that promoted walkability, created natural gathering spaces, encouraged neighbor interaction, and had the feel of a close-knit community.
Challenge: The Home Building Association of Richmond’s Parade of Homes – a month-long event that showcases the latest new home trends – is a signature program that increases awareness about local homebuilders and promotes the sales of new homes. The multi-site showcase had taken place for over 70 years and needed to stay fresh to attract buyers to homes in the Parade.