Olde Towne Announces Release of Podcast About JordanBuilt Homes

Raleigh, NC, July 24, 2007 --(PR.com)-- Scott McCrary, president of Carolina Communities Development Group (CCDG), has announced that Olde Towne, an exclusive urban development, has released a podcast recorded by Mike Jordan, president and owner of JordanBuilt Homes. Jordan speaks about the achievements of the firm, as well as the innovative design trends of JordanBuilt Homes. Jordan discusses plans for Olde Towne, a new development with 2,400 homesites at the intersection of Rock Quarry and New Hope roads offering a wide variety of homes starting from $150,000 to $500,000. Olde Towne will feature a robust retail component for shopping, professional services and entertainment. The podcast is available for download at http://www.mmimarketing.com/podcast/jordanbuilt-homes-at-olde-towne.

“This podcast will inform listeners about JordanBuilt Homes,” said Jordan. “We are proud of the homes we build and the excellent service we provide for our community.”

About JordanBuilt Homes:
JordanBuilt Homes is a regional homebuilder based out of Knightdale, N.C. The major concentration for JordanBuilt Homes is building award-winning homes, loaded with current innovative design trends, including extensive moldings and trim work, cathedral and trey ceilings, 2 story foyers and other timelessly appealing custom features setting Jordan Built apart from the rest. JordanBuilt Homes has spacious and unique homes in numerous neighborhoods in Raleigh and surrounding areas—both traditional and custom-crafted townhomes and single-family homes. JordanBuilt Homes builds in neighborhoods convenient to schools, shopping centers and highways, all essential in a homebuyer’s decision-making process. JordanBuilt Homes has been in the homebuilding industry for over 20 years and continues to bring value and selection in their new homes. For more information, please call 919-266-4966 or visit the JordanBuilt Homes website at http://www.jordanbuilthomes.com.

About Olde Towne:
Olde Towne is a 600-acre exclusive urban development, consisting of 2,400 residential home sites, 360,000 square feet of commercial/retail space and an 18-hole golf course. Olde Towne plans to preserve 240 acres in order to minimize the development’s environmental footprint. This area will provide hiking trails, wildlife habitats and public recreation. For more information on Olde Towne, please call Petra Bottomley at (919) 789-5244 or email her at OldeTowne@hpw.com, you can visit the Web site at http://www.oldetowneraleigh.com.

Patty Briguglio
MMI Associates, Inc.

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Patty Briguglio