Skip to main content
Lee-Collier-Charlotte
Business Observer Monday, Jan. 24, 2022 4 months ago

Homebuilder doubles total closings over 2019

Share
Christopher Alan Homes is now among the largest production homebuilders in Southwest Florida.

FORT MYERS — Christopher Alan Homes reported 560 new home closings for 2021, more than double its tally of 275 closings from 2019.

In addition to the 103.63% increase in closings, the Fort Myers company, according to a statement, ranked No. 4 among builders in single-family residential permitted units in Collier, Lee and Charlotte counties for August 2020 to July 2021.

The builder, according to the statement, is a premier production homebuilder that constructs homes priced from $269,990 to $450,000 across Southwest Florida. Its markets range from Fort Myers to North Port, and include Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, Cape Coral and Lehigh Acres. Homes range in size from 1,200 to 2,500 square feet under air. It currently offers nine floor plans.

“When we began Christopher Alan Homes in 2017, we aimed to build a well-constructed home in a desirable location at an attainable price with the best customer service from sales contract to move-in day,” Christopher Alan Homes President and CEO Ian Schmoyer says in the release. “We’ve done exactly that. Our customers come first. They always will. We’re thrilled at the overwhelming success of Christopher Alan Homes in 2021 and look forward to exciting new business announcements in 2022 as CAH grows into new markets and communities.”

Christopher Alan Homes has its origins in another company, JHS Builders, which constructed house shells. In 2017, executives said the firm’s leadership started thinking about taking the process through to the completion of a house. The leadership of JHS formed Christopher Alan Homes. Naples-based Barron Collier Cos., which has holdings in real estate, agriculture and related services, is a part owner of Christopher Alan Homes. The company has sales centers in Cape Coral and Port Charlotte.

 

 

Related Stories

Advertisement