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Eastwood Custom Homes Inc

Eastwood Custom Homes, Inc. began in 1977, incorporating in 1982. Brothers William F. Clous and Ronald F. Clous have built and sold custom and spec homes since the inception of the company. The company has grown over the years to become Northwest Michigan's largest home builder.

Eastwood has developed numerous residential subdivisions and condominium projects. The backbone of the company is residential custom homes. Services are provided to a broad geographic area extending primarily within a 100 mile radius of the Traverse City, Michigan corporate office.

Eastwood continues to innovate, with products like the Edison, the area's most efficient and affordable green home, and the Value Max series, delivering the best quality home for the lowest cost.

Eastwood's focus goes way beyond home building. We offer several programs to help buyers qualify to purchase a new home. The Credit For Life program can help consumers repair their credit, while the Lease to Own program enables clients to live in their new home while building their credit prior to closing their purchase. The company's Trade In option is designed to give those who already own a house an opportunity to move into a new Eastwood home while knowing that their previous home will be purchased.

Eastwood's offices in Traverse City houses a sales team, estimators and drafting (using state of the art computer technology), as well as supervisory and administrative staff. Eastwood also employs and equips an excavation crew, a poured wall group, framing and finish carpentry crews.

Eastwood's focus over the coming years will be to continue as Northern Michigan's premier single family homebuilder.

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  • ENERGY STAR
  • National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)

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