> David Clough Elected 2007 President of Greater Atlanta HBA
David Clough Elected 2007 President of Greater Atlanta HBA
David Clough has been named President of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association. Founder of Waterford Homes, Clough has been in the residential construction business for 32 years.
“Service will be the theme of my year at the helm of the Home Builders’ Association – service to our members, to our industry and to our customers, today’s home owners,” Clough said. “I’m excited about the opportunity to lead and serve the nation’s top builders and my goal is to continue to build on the power, influence and professionalism of our industry that has flourished under (2006 President) Doug Cotter’s leadership last year.”
A graduate of Princeton University in 1975, Clough immediately entered the homebuilding business, learning from the ground up as he worked for several national home builders. He founded Waterford Homes in 1991. Waterford Homes is a major builder in the Atlanta housing market, closing 2100 homes since the creation of the company in 1991.
The award-winning builder has dedicated itself to providing a superior blend of architectural design, quality craftsmanship and quality of life that not only meets, but exceeds the expectations of its home buyers. Additionally, the company backs its fine workmanship with the best warranties available in the market today.
“Today's homebuyers are knowledgeable, sophisticated and have high expectations when it comes to the purchase of a new home,” Clough said. “They demand quality, service, great lifestyle and great value from their builder. This is the investment of a lifetime and homebuyers need to have confidence that they have made the right choice. It is incumbent upon the leadership of our industry to understand the expectations of our customers and to strive to exceed them. That’s what professionalism is all about.”
Waterford Homes has built a number of communities across metro Atlanta ranging in price from the high $200,000s to more than $1million in Cobb, Forsyth, Gwinnett, North Fulton, Cherokee and DeKalb. Present communities including Stonecrest Manor & WestHaven and coming soon … Avignon in the Vinings area, Ashleigh Walk, MorningBrooke, Trilogy Park in Gwinnett County, LakeForest, Notting Hill, Sienna, The Highlands at Sawnee Mountain in Forsyth County, Crabapple Station in North Fulton, Sterling on the Lake in Hall County, Fernwood Creek in Cherokee County, Townhomes at Candler Park and coming soon…. Ten-West located In-Town, which all exemplify the Waterford principles. Waterford’s homes are a mixture of traditional Atlanta architecture with a definite Southern flair. The company specializes in creating inviting streetscapes with winding roads and a wide variety of elevations. Typically, a Waterford community offers nearly two dozen floor plans.
“Throughout my career, the goal has been to provide the utmost in quality, service and professionalism in everything that we do at Waterford Homes,” Clough said. “In my 16-year relationship with the Home Builders Association, I have come to find that my peers have the same dedication and standards. It will be an honor to serve and lead this organization for the next year.”
Waterford Homes offers a wide selection of homes and customizes them to reflect each homeowners’ lifestyle and taste, while still remaining affordable. Waterford Homes believes this extra effort results in superior new homes with elegant elevations, thoughtfully designed floor plans, quality materials and excellent craftsmanship. To find out why Waterford Homes is “Your Confidence Builder,” call 770- 448-2175 or visit www.waterfordhomes.com.
The Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association (HBA) is a 4,100-member, not-for-profit trade association affiliated with the Home Builders Association of Georgia and the National Association of Home Builders. The HBA is the second largest local homebuilders association in the nation and is dedicated to promoting, protecting and preserving home ownership by maintaining the housing industry as a viable economic force in the Atlanta area. The official charity of the HBA is HomeAid Atlanta, a non-profit organization that builds and renovates transitional housing for metro Atlanta homeless children, women and men.
For information about the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, visit www.atlantahomebuilders.com or call 770-938-9900.