For a residential builder to grow sometimes it takes more than just hard work, it requires expanding into new markets.

David Weekley Homes,, Houston, Texas, a privately held homebuilder, says it will enter into Nashville, Tenn. Weekley expects to start construction either late fourth quarter of this year, or early first quarter of 2015.

David Weekley Homes is under contract to build in the master-planned community of Durham Farms. Durham Farms is a mixed-use, traditional neighborhood development of more than 1,000 single-family homes and townhomes, according to Jon Calbert, area president, David Weekley Homes.

The builder’s first product in Durham Farms will be homes located on 50-foot and 70-foot home sites, with prices anticipated to start from the mid-$300s and low-$400s, respectfully.

“The growth and economic development in Nashville has attracted the attention of regional and national developers to begin new communities in the city,” says David Weekley, chairman, David Weekley Homes.

David Weekley Homes is considering additional future projects which include communities in Franklin and Brentwood in Williamson County. This recognizes Weekley’s return to the new homebuilding market in Nashville. With this latest expansion, David Weekley Homes continues to build homes in new markets.

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