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KB Home shines brightly as silver winner for Best Homebuilder in Las Vegas

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December 04, 2017 By KB Home

KB Home offers some of the most desirable opportunities for homeownership in Las Vegas with communities that feature the builder’s signature combination of choice, value and location. KB Home would like to thank its homeowners and the many Las Vegas Review Journal readers for voting them the silver winner for Best Homebuilder in Las Vegas. 

Founded in 1957 and celebrating its 60th Anniversary, KB Home has become known for its unique approach that allows homebuyers to personalize their home’s design and functionality to reflect their individual wants and needs. Homebuyers who purchase a new KB home can select nearly everything about their home at the KB Home Design Studio. They can customize their home according to their own lifestyle and budget, from the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, to décor choices like beautiful cabinetry and flooring as well as fixtures and lighting. From the start of the construction process KB homebuyers are empowered to design the home of their dreams.

KB Home’s innovative home designs and options available throughout Las Vegas are the result of extensive market research to determine those features that are most important to contemporary homebuyers. Today, KB homes are built with open floor plans, spacious great rooms, ample built-in storage solutions, and flexible areas that can function as additional bedrooms, dens or home offices.

“We are very proud of the homes we build and would like to thank our homeowners for their business and the entire Las Vegas community for voting KB Home the silver winner for Best Homebuilder in Las Vegas,” said, Brian Kunec, president, KB Home’s Las Vegas division. “KB Home has a distinguished reputation within the homebuilding industry of raising the bar when it comes to building quality homes that are sustainable, and we truly appreciate this recognition.”

Featuring programmable thermostats, low-e windows, ENERGY STAR® certified appliances, and WaterSense® labeled fixtures, KB homes have been smartly-designed to be some of the most energy- and water-efficient available today. All of KB Home’s new homes in Las Vegas are ENERGY STAR® certified, and the energy- and water-saving features built into every KB Home help contribute to lower utility bills and a more comfortable home.

Home shoppers looking for a new home that will save them money on utility bills should look no further than KB Home. In fact, the homebuilder estimates that at current residential electric rates, homeowners living in a 2,600-square foot KB home could save more than $1,800 annually in energy costs compared to a typical, similarly sized resale home.


This article was presented and sponsored by KB Home. For more information, go to www.kbhome.com

KB Home (NYSE: KBH) is one of the largest homebuilders in the United States, with nearly 600,000 homes delivered since our founding in 1957. KB Home operates in 36 markets in 7 states, primarily serving first-time and first move-up homebuyers, as well as active adults. They are differentiated in offering customers the ability to personalize what they value most in their home, from choosing their lot, floor plan, and exterior, to selecting design and décor choices in the KB Home Studios. In addition, KB Home is an industry leader in sustainability, building innovative and highly energy- and water-efficient homes. Learn more about KB Home by visiting www.kbhome.com, calling 888-KB-HOMES, or connecting with them on Facebook.com/KBHome or Twitter.com/KBHome.


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