Camelot Homes honored at HomeBuyers Choice Awards

Real Estate | 20 Mar |

Camelot Homes, a third-generation homebuilder in Scottsdale, has received several honors in the 22nd Annual “HomeBuyers’ Choice Awards” 2018 from Eliant, ranking it a Top 5 Winner.

Based on the results of more than 106,000 surveys completed by recent home owners from more than 140 major homebuilders across the U.S., Camelot received top honors for: Purchase Experience, Design Experience and Percentage of Sales from Referrals (all in the medium volume category) for the extraordinary purchase and ownership experience it offers residents. Eliant has been conducting intensive customer research and evaluations nationwide for more than 34 years and has conducted more than 2.5 million consumer surveys.

“Camelot Homes is beyond thrilled and honored that our customers rated our services so highly,” said Cammie Hancock Beckert, managing director of Camelot Homes. “Since my grandparents Maggi and J.W. Hancock founded Camelot Homes in the 1960s, we have offered an unparalleled tradition of home building with pride and excellence. We’ll keep offering that uncompromising emphasis on quality for years to come.” 

A core focus of Camelot’s is providing customers with a positive homebuying experience. One tool Camelot uses is a software program, called Buildertrend, which eases the home buying experience and is a one-stop-shop to access to all buyer documents. Its platform allows sales associates to keep buyers informed of the building cycle through a daily log and photo library.  Camelot is also known for a unique buying experience through their willingness to work with buyers on several customization opportunities. Many of Camelot’s customers are repeat clients who have been referred from a friend or family member based on their experience.

Camelot has several communities in the Valley: White Horse in North Scottsdale, Lane’s End in North Scottsdale, Heirloom at Morrison Ranch in Gilbert, Adero Villas in Fountain Hills, Gold Mountain Preserve in Phoenix in the Northwest Valley, Bocara in Scottsdale and Seven at Desert Mountain in North Scottsdale.

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