in the year 1974, there was a happy homemaker and stay-at-home Mom named Bobbie whose children had reached their teenage years. Her husband, who was a subcontractor, decided that she needed a career. Over the years, he had seen firemen become home builders during their 48 hours off, and school teachers build houses on their summer breaks. Therefore, think of what an empty nester mom could do with the chicks out of the nest for most of the time. Thus, a new career was opened up for me, and I became a home builder.

I thought it was fun picking out plans, choosing colors, and all the good stuff that goes into designing the interior of the home. I wasn't nearly as fond of going out to meet subcontractors and getting bids. Being assertive was not my comfort zone, and being only one of two female home builders, there were not many ladies whom I could exchange ideas with, but you learn to do what you have to do.

My goals were always to build a "home" that would be unique, well-built, and affordable. That continues to be our goal as a company today. Homestead knows housing and recognizes the need for quality and space when developing new homes. Selecting neighborhoods that are close to services, protected from major traffic arterial, and yet a convenient location. And because your new home is also an important investment, Homestead Construction has developed and provides a limited warranty program for your first year of ownership.

Mrs. Swanson has now retired, and her son has taken over the business. He continues to provide the same quality and services. The entire Swanson family, as well as their support team, enjoy working with customers and encourage participation at every stage of construction. From floor plans to finishing, you will receive professional service and expertise from every member of the Homestead Team.