Union Bank Properties
Return to Industry News Index

With communities spread from the Northland to the southern tip of Cass County, all on the Missouri side of the state line, Union Bank recognized that today’s economy has created difficulties for potential home buyers through rising utility costs and increased insurance premiums. To combat these rising costs and to help give its home buying clients an edge, the bank began recruiting builders with an expertise in building energy efficient homes.

Whether you choose to build a home with Provident Ventures at Whitetail Run in Raymore, or A Place Called Home at Hickory Hills in Pleasant Hill, or Herrschand Homes at Ryan Meadows in Grain Valley, or McBee Custom Homes at Indigo Hills in Blue Springs, or Joseph Lane Homes and Signature Quality Construction at The Communities of Green Hills in North Kansas City, now there are options available to save money AND purchase a new home in a desirable location.

Through the building science principles of sealing the outer envelopes of their homes, increasing the insulation effectiveness, installing more efficient lighting, appliances, and heating / cooling equipment, and much, much better pre-planning of the construction before it even begins, these builders have set themselves apart in the greater Kansas City area by offering increased value and greater long term savings to their customers.

So just how ‘Green’ are these builders? The correct answer is they are as Green as you want them to be. Anyone can tell you how to build an energy efficient or Green home. This group of builders actually take the time to ASK you what’s important for your family’s needs, ASK what planned budget you wish to stay within, and then OFFER solutions to connect those two dots for you. You – the consumer – maintain the important role of the decision maker while providing a healthier home with better indoor air quality for your family and also saving money on your monthly bills when you move in!

To learn more about these energy efficient builders or to schedule an appointment to tour one of their homes, contact Kevin Enyeart by phone at 816.215.3247 or e-mail at Enyeart.Kevin@unionbankmo.com. For a complete listing of all Union Bank new and resale foreclosures visit us on the web at www.UnionBankForeclosures.com.

Return to Industry News Index
New Homes Journal - kc

Home —— Communities —— Builders —— Industry News —— Resources ——

Financing/Insurance ——Profiles —— Contact Us

 

Home —— Communities —— Builders ——Industry News —— Resources —— Financing/Insurance —— Profiles —— Contact Us

 

As the costs to heat and cool your home continue to increase, one bank has committed to assist its potential home purchase clients by recruiting builders who are knowledgeable in the building science principles of energy efficient construction.
exteriors
Energy Efficient Options in
Bank Owned Communities