Business View Magazine | April 2021

34 BUSINESS VIEW MAGAZINE APRIL 2021 50s and 60s and may be looking to downsize for the future. But he’s not about to wait until they are in their 70s to give them what they want and plans to build more multi-family townhome, gated communities near medical centers and recreation. He shares, “My clients love our style and want to be in one of our homes, but also know as they get older they won’t be able to stay. I have a lot of clients that I’m still either friends with or still keep in contact with that were in their 30s or 40s when I was building for them and now they’re in their 50s, 60s. They love their homes, they still want their independence and they are still fine to be in their homes, but as they get older I want to try to provide a product, that would be more user-friendly for people that age.” PREFERRED VENDOR/ PARTNER n Tile Roofs of Texas house with appliances supposed to arrive in two weeks, I just found out they are back ordered an additional two weeks... I’m waiting on things. I’ve got a house with no door knobs, so I try to work around it. I had a house with a steel door that got stuck in Mexico for four months, so I had to wall up the back of the house so we could stucco the other three sides of the house and keep things going. We’ve had to deal with that aspect and how to shift things around and kind of do things out of order, out of what’s normal, to keep things moving on a creative schedule.” As for the future, Crow believes there are still about 10 to 15 years worth of business growth left in building the detached single-family homes he’s currently focused on, in the regions where he currently works, but he’s already preparing to diversify while still catering to his core upper class clientele. Some of the people who have built with Crow in the beginning of his career many years ago are now getting into their