National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) is noticing a growing trend in the U.S. housing market—more homebuyers wanting to live in established neighborhoods near city centers, while also preferring the advantages and modern amenities of a new-construction home. This has led to an increase in teardowns across the U.S., with Thomas James Homes (TJH) specializing in a viable teardown-rebuild program in desirable markets where homes are outdated and undeveloped lots are rare.
“There is a scarcity of product and no more land to build on within these top markets,” says TJH co-founder and CEO, Tommy Beadel. “Thomas James Homes is in the markets where the average age of housing is 80-plus years, and the only viable solution is through teardown building. Teardown building allows homeowners to pick exactly where they want to be.”
TJH understands that people want both modern convenience and classic charm. Through teardown building, buyers and homeowners gain ease of access to new homes in their preferred neighborhood while staying at market value.