Friday, July 16, 2021

Business Spotlight: Chase Custom Homes and Finance, Inc.

Ask John Chase and he’ll tell you that the homes he works on are more than bricks and beams, they are a refuge for those who hope and dream for a better tomorrow.

Chase is the owner of Chase Custom Homes and Finance, Inc., a 35-year company that specializes in new home construction, creating new communities, renovations, additions and modular structures. He originally launched the business in 1986, when he was working as a police detective, and at first only worked four days on and four days off.

“We pride ourselves on the workmanship and commitment we provide our customers,” he said. “The sale does not end on move-in date, and we continue to work with clients for years to follow if they ever need us for anything.”

According to Chase, the company also offers services such as no construction loans needed, and they are able to purchase land for clients even if they choose not to live in one of their communities.

“In 35 years and counting, I've seen everything from basic homes to million-dollar custom homes. There's nothing that Chase can't do in the building industry, from commercial to residential, from building neighborhoods to building sheds,” he said. “One call does it all when you call Chase Custom Homes & Finance Inc. for any and all construction needs."

John Chase

He said that what distinguishes Chase Custom Homes and Finance, Inc. from other companies offering similar services comes down to quality and experience.

We have been doing what we love, building homes, for the last 35 years. A marketing department was only implemented in the last few years. Before then all our business came in by word of mouth and referrals. We are successful because of the quality work we do for our customers, and we won’t stop until the job is done correctly.” 

Above all else, Chase said that he’s guided by the simple fact that Chase Custom Homes and Finance, Inc. is in the business of helping people.

“When we build a home, we are building it for a lifetime of memories. It needs to stand the test of time and retain its quality for years to come,” he said. “We build each house with the same attentiveness and care as we would building it for our own family. We have years and years of great feedback, and we even have some video testimonials on our website from previous clients.”

The best tip Chase said he can offer to prospective clients is to do extensive research on the company they plan to deal with.

“Especially in the modern age, you can find any information about a builder or general contractor at the tips of your fingers,” Chase said. “Check credit references, check with local code enforcement departments and ask for a list of references from the contractors. Be especially cognizant of how long a builder has been in business."

Chase said that at Chase Custom Homes & Finance Inc., the philosophy is that they don't just build your home but go above and beyond to exceed all expectations a client may have.

“We have a team of dedicated individuals that are here to answer any and all questions you might have. I am available at any time to discuss concerns or questions,” he said. “Building a home can be stressful, we want to do what we can to make the process as enjoyable as possible.

This includes warranties that extend long past move-in day, so that you can have peace of mind knowing that Chase Custom Homes & Finance Inc. is here if you ever need us."

The responsibility of creating a home for families that will last for generations is significant for Chase.

"It gives me great pleasure and gratitude helping new homeowners have their own little piece of this great country, and a home that will last them for many years to come proudly built by Chase Custom Homes & Finance,” he said. “It makes me especially happy to help young homeowners build their first home and guide them through the process as smoothly as we can."

For more information about Chase Custom Homes, call 207-892-2700, visit their website at or on Facebook at Chase Custom Homes and Finance.  <

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