Gary Short, Director of Real Estate Sales
If you haven’t seen the new Founders Video on CordilleraRanch.com, I would highly encourage you to check out “The Developer” page on the website and give it a watch. There is a clear custom and a culture that defines Cordillera Ranch, whose roots can be traced all the way back to the beginning and have endured for 25 years. It’s a feeling of understated pride that our members, property owners and staff have in their community
We recently hosted our Spring Preferred Builder Tour, which was well-attended and a tremendous opportunity for us to showcase the six Preferred Builders of Cordillera Ranch. Throughout the day, our property owners and guests had the chance to visit one-on-one with the builders and their teams at a select few of their homes. It’s a fantastic opportunity for them to ask questions about the process, timelines, costs and whatever else can be thought of along the way. The day also provides people with an opportunity to visit with the folks from our office about available homes and lots to build on.
During one of those visits, we were showing a couple around the community and happened to bump into a family that had just started to build with one of our Preferred Builders in The Springs. They could not have been nicer and more gracious with their time, sharing their love of Cordillera and their enjoyment of the design and build process that they’ve experienced along the way. It was a kind gesture and certainly gave our guests a great perspective and level of comfort from someone that’s literally been in their shoes.
That’s just one example of someone’s genuine fondness for the community and a desire to share their experience with others. I’m sure it’s something that happens all over the Ranch on a daily, weekly and monthly basis, which leads me back to the beginning of my letter. Our members, property owners and Club folks have a deep sense of pride in Cordillera Ranch that can be felt throughout the entirety of the development. The love they have for their community is real, and while it may be modest, it can certainly be sensed.
Director of Real Estate Sales