A Premier Home

1By Allison Jones | Photos by Tony Bennett

I don’t have the first inkling about building

a new house. My husband and I are the second

owners of a ranch home built in the 1950s. I know

about renovating, but, honestly, building from

the ground up is a foreign concept. There are so

many moving pieces when a homeowner decides

to build, where would one even begin?

I sat down with Cat Stevens, director of Sales

& Marketing with Premier Homes – serving both

Louisville and Southern Indiana – who graciously

laid out their company’s process.4

“We really focus on what is important to

the buyer. We offer 41 different floor plans. So,

depending on the buyer’s budget and lifestyle,

we can custom tailor the plans to suit their needs.

The average time it takes for construction usually

is about six months, but there are variables to

consider, like weather that might impact that.

When we meet with a buyer, we walk them through

each phase of the project.”3

Each step is carefully guided by one of their

skilled professionals and the relationship doesn’t

end after the home is complete. “Our warranty

department does a walk-through five to seven

2days prior to the closing to identify anything that

would be of concern to the homeowner. We check

in with them 30 days after the home is built and

then again at 11 months. The idea is cultivating

a relationship with them that is more than just a

buyer. After all is said and done, they are a part

of the Premier family.”

Premier Homes



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