Four homebuilders have officially joined the ranks working on the Veramendi development. 

A Wednesday post on the Veramendi Facebook page announced Pulte Homes, Scott Felder Homes, David Weekley Homes and Gehan Homes have partnered with developer ASA Properties to build some of the roughly 500 houses planned in the first wave. 

Max Harford, ASA Properties development manager, said future residents can expect a Hill Country look from the homes delivered by these builders. 

“The Hill Country style is a lot of rock and stone materials that maybe have a little bit more rustic flavor,” Harford said. “We had worked really side by side … with these homebuilders to maintain a high architectural style and making sure that these homes are built to last.” 

He expects construction to begin this fall, with models ready for tours this winter. 

Christina Lombardo, marketing director with Gehan Homes, said the company was excited to be a part of the master-planned community. 

“Veramendi will be like no other master planned community in New Braunfels,” Lombardo said. “We are offering six different plans … ranging from 1,520 square feet to over 2,420 square feet.” 

Pricing for these homes is expected to start around $200,000. 

A grand opening of the first phase is expected either late this year or early 2019, at which home buyers and community members can view the homes. 

“Right now, our focus is on getting these guys rolling and making sure they’re successful in our community,” Harford said. 

Harford suggested people interested in more information should stay tuned to the Veramendi Facebook page for the latest updates.

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