Hollub Homes featured in Miami Agent Magazine

On April 26th, Hollub Homes was awarded nine Prism Awards from Florida Atlantic Building Association (FABA). The Prism Awards are known as Florida’s premier building industry distinction. Of the awards the company received, Hollub Homes was presented with the prestigious Best of Show award for the second time—the first was in 2006. In addition, the homebuilder received Prism Awards in Overall Residence, Bath/Master, Library, and Kitchen for its Interior Designs.

Hollub Homes, legendary custom homebuilder and renovator in South Florida, prides itself on creating connections with its customers and the community—“relationship built” is its motto. The company, which has been in business for over 60 years, has laid foundations in moral responsibility and value for its customers. These relationships do not end once a home in complete. Rather, they continue over the years and many newcomers become second time clients.

Hollub Homes would not be where it is today without its history of family business, which the company attributes its growth and success to. Marvin Hollub sold the first Hollub home in 1954. Properties in Miami that were sold for just thousands of dollars then are now, generations later, worth over $1 million. Recently, Amy Hollub sold one of Hollub Homes’ properties for about $3.43 million in Pinecrest, Fla. Amy Hollub’s son will soon be joining the family business as the third generation, which will help to take the company to the next level in terms of growth and expansion. (more…)

Avatar Real Estate Services’ Exclusive Home Builder, Hollub Homes, Awarded Prestigious Prism Awards

Avatar Real Estate Services’ Exclusive Home Builder, Hollub Homes, Awarded Prestigious Prism Awards 

(Coconut Grove, Florida) Avatar Real Estate Services proudly congratulates Hollub Homes on their recent Florida Atlantic Business Association (FABA) Prism Awards presented on April 26th.  Avatar Real Estate Services, the #1 Luxury Boutique Real Estate Brokerage in Miami, exclusively represents Hollub Homes’ properties through Amy Hollub, a sales associate out of their South Miami office.

Hollub Homes, the legendary homebuilder with 60 years of award winning building excellence, was honored with a total of 9 awards, including Best of Show, and Overall Residence, Bath/Master, Media/Theater Room, Library, and Kitchen for its Interior Designs.  Additional awards were presented for outstanding contributions in the categories of Architecture and Best Residential Remodel.

The Prism Awards competition is recognized as the premier award presentation in the building industry statewide and this is the second time Hollub Homes has won the prestigious Best of Show award.

Amy Hollub, the VP of Sales for Hollub Homes, is an award-winning Realtor Associate with Avatar Real Estate Services. As the exclusive representative of Hollub Homes, Avatar Real Estate Services markets the luxury homebuilder through sophisticated sales strategies and a multi-faceted portfolio of print and online marketing resources. Most recently, Amy sold Holub Homes’ property at 10915 SW 63 Avenue in Pinecrest for $3,432,500.

For additional information, please contact Amy Hollub at 305.305.0813 or Amy@HollubHomes.com.


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