Murray Prokosh, owner of CCL Classic Communities, a home builder operating out of Medicine Hat Alberta believes that prosperity shouldn’t always be measured by the bottom line. Addressing a crowd of locals at a National Affordable Housing Conference in Saskatoon this week, Prokosh promoted the ideas a quality build, at an affordable price, with the ultimate reward of helping those who might not otherwise find a way to home ownership.
Since 2002, CCL Communities has built over 1,000 homes in Medicine Hat and High River, Alberta. In a Star Phoenix article published on February 28, the builder claims to have sold those units from $23,000 to $67,000 below market value. Their corporate website states that over $8,000,000 in profits have been given back to home buyers through reduced sale prices and incentives.
“If you just want to build affordable housing and do it for a profit-you’re just not going to do it…You wouldn’t believe the amount of tear we’ve seen shed over these houses,” Prokosh told the crowd.
Prokosh is “considering” bringing his mission and vision to Saskatoon.
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