Two Jenkins homes are finalists for the 2004 Best Custom Home MAX Award. The MAX Awards are an annual awards ceremony to celebrate local homebuilding excellence and to determine the best homes built that year. The two nominations for this prestigious award are:
- “Best Custom Home” $250,000 to $350,000 – Craftsman style Residence
- “Best Custom Home” $250,000 to $350,000 – Hill Country style Residence
Since both homes are in the same category, they will compete against each other and against a home by another Builder. When asked about the award, Shan Jenkins said, “I’m not sure whether I’m more honored about the award or I’m more honored that my clients were willing to open their homes to the MAX award judges. I have really been fortunate to have some wonderful clients! Truly, though, it is a huge honor to have one, let alone 2, MAX award finalists in one year.
MAX awards are judged on-site by judges primarily hand-selected by the Sales and Marketing Council of the Greater Austin HBA (Home Builder’s Association). Judges spend approximately 3 days viewing homes all over the Austin area until all homes are judged and rated.
The HBA of Greater Austin is an organization dedicated to preserving and promoting good homebuilding practices through training and advocacy. To learn more about the local Home Builder’s Association, go to www.hbaaustin.com.