Builder100 Recognizes Aspen View Homes


July 20, 2015 - View Homes


7.20.15 Colorado Springs-based Aspen View Homes has been named by as one of the nation’s top 100 homebuilders for 2014 and 2015. Made up of national and locally owned home building companies, this year’s selection of home builders is made up of a diverse group of local, regional, and national companies including perennial powerhouses to hardworking newcomers.

Ranking 54th in the nation for 2016, Aspen View Homes (and operating in Northern Colorado and in San Antonio as Horizon View Homes) is privately held and operated by Randy O’Leary on the principal of servicing the entry level and move-up home buyer with a focus on resources that develop procedures and systems dedicated to customer service. In 1990, our sister company, Desert View Homes began construction of affordable, single-family homes in El Paso, Texas.

With a strong desire to provide solid affordable homes across the western United States, Aspen View Homes was launched in 2004 to provide new homes in Colorado Springs and surrounding areas. In 2014, O’Leary launched Horizon View Homes to serve the growing needs for affordable new homes in Northern Colorado, and in 2016, also serving San Antonio, TX. This growth has made our family of home building companies one of the region’s largest volume home builders, with divisions in Texas, southern New Mexico and Colorado.

With a focus on consistent quality and customer service, the company has also accumulated numerous awards and has been acknowledged in national trade journals as one of the “most affordable” builders in the country.

Beginning with floor plans, a great deal of research, design and critique time goes into creating the highest value for new home buyers. Professional interior designers are consulted to assure that options and upgrades keep pace with ever-changing consumer preferences while keeping the purchase price within reach.

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