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Chafin Communities Wins Gold OBIE for Willow Leaf

B21-101Atlanta Real Estate Forum congratulates Chafin Communities for winning a Gold OBIE in the $299,999 and Under  Best Building Design – Detached Model category for Willow Leaf in Gwinnett County. Presented by the Atlanta Sales and Marketing Council, the OBIE Awards are the premier awards given in the Atlanta new home construction industry.

The Hawthorn plan at Willow Leaf is a great representation of value and quality, and it has become the most popular floor plan with an incredible use of space. The interior design displays a neutral color pallet, along with trendy options at an affordable price.  Some special features include coffered ceilings, a loft option and a covered porch. This model home generates nine to 10 visits per week, and has helped achieve more than 44 sales in the community’s first year.

For more information, visit www.ECHomeBuilders.com or call 770-598-5931.

The Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association’s OBIE Awards celebrates its 35th anniversary in 2015. The awards began in 1980 and have grown throughout the years to include more than 100 building, remodeling, marketing and personal achievement categories. The OBIE Awards are named after the obelisk shape of the actual award given. To see all of this year’s OBIE award winners, visit www.AtlantaRealEstateForum.com/OBIEs

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