Sitterle Homes has won nearly a dozen industry awards in a pair of recent contests, adding to an already extensive list of honors.
The builder won four categories in the Texas Star Awards, a competition hosted by the Texas Builders Association that invites entries from Texas and the Southwest. Sitterle Homes won Volume Builder — Best Product Design, $351,000 to $400,000, for its Amorosa Bordeaux garden home design in Cibolo Canyons; Volume Builder — Best Product Design, $501,000 to $700,000, for the Mitchell design in The Overlook at Stonewall Estates; Volume Builder — Best Interior Merchandising, $601,000 to $700,000, for the Perugia design at Balcones Creek Estates; and Volume Builder — Best Custom Home under $1 million, 103 Umbria. Karen Dietz with KD Designs handled interior design for the home in Balcones Creek Estates.
Sitterle Homes won seven awards in the Greater San Antonio Builders Association’s Summit Awards, which gave best-of-the-best honors in 151 categories. Sitterle Homes’ won Best Product Design, Custom or One-of-a-Kind, $625,001 to $750,000; Best Product Design, Custom or One-of-a-Kind, $1,000,001 to $1,250,000; Best Interior Design/Merchandising, $600,001 to $725,000, (designer was Kelly Scully with Finishing Touches); Rookie Sales Counselor of the Year — Volume, Brandon George; Sales Counselor of the Year — Volume, Paul Cooper; Best Color Newspaper Ad, Builder — Volume; and Best Special Promotion — Builder, Developer or Realtor.
“We are honored to be recognized by industry leaders in these prestigious, back-to-back awards,” said Jeff Buell, co-owner of Sitterle Homes. “It is especially gratifying to be awarded in such a range of categories.”
Celebrating its golden anniversary this year, Sitterle Homes has won more than 100 awards during its long history, including Avid Awards for Best Customer Experience in North America, Best Customer Service in Walk-Through Satisfaction and a Service Award for Best Employees in Customer Satisfaction/Sales Representative. Sitterle Homes builds in 16 developments in its home base of San Antonio, with pricing from the $270,000s. The builder opened in Austin in 2009 and now has plans in eight communities, with base prices from the $260,000s. Sitterle Homes expanded into Houston in 2013, and offers designs from the $270,000s in four developments.
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