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Monticello Homes

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Monticello Homes, formed in 1994 in San Antonio, has been building semi-custom and custom homes in select communities for over 20 years.  Wayne Moravits, a native San Antonian, started Monticello when he saw a need in San Antonio for a home builder that could provide seamless service from initial design, preliminary pricing, interior selections, contract through construction management and warranty for new home buyers. Mr. Moravits set out to create a vertical business model that allowed the company to provide a seamless home building experience.

Twenty years later, Monticello Homes has become an industry-recognized and respected home builder that remains true to its initial goal of providing a clear and seamless process for customers to realize their dream of owning a custom home regardless of price point or design. Currently, Monticello Homes builds in San Antonio, Austin, and their surrounding areas in a number of master planned developments that are considered to be the some of the best in the area. Monticello Homes has built nearly 1,000 homes in and around the San Antonio metro area.

Monticello Homes is an award-winning home builder evidenced by the numerous awards given by the Greater San Antonio Builders Association (GSABA), the Texas Association of Builders (TAB) and the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). Throughout the years Monticello has been recognized for an outstanding product, marketing, and interior design. Monticello has also previously won the highly coveted President’s Award at the annual Parade of Homes. Monticello is consistently recognized as one of the “Top Residential Builders” by the San Antonio Business Journal.

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