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Westpoint Homes

Westpoint Homes has a solid reputation built on years of professional service. We have consistently been at the top of the new homebuilder's list for the Oklahoma City Metroplex. From a fledgling new homebuilder in 1985, we have grown to become a leader in home building, land development, and commercial construction.

You will find our communities are located in some of the most desirable areas in Norman and Northwest Oklahoma City/Edmond. Our business is not just homebuilding; it is community building as well. Our neighborhoods have been designed with a new form of community in mind—one that fosters community activities, recreation, parties, and game nights for all residents. We believe the community is just as important—if not more so—as the homes we build for our residents’ quality of life.

We continue to seek new products that will enhance the design, decor, and structure of our homes, and are committed to providing superior personal service. We believe our homes sell themselves; therefore, you will not experience high-pressure sales tactics from our staff. We believe quality, integrity, and service are the keys to our success. We hope you will find time to visit our model homes and our communities.

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  • Builders Association of South Central Oklahoma
  • Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association
  • Certified Professional Builder - Oklahoma St. HBA
  • National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)

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