While the rest of the US market falls, property continues to flourish in Central Pennsylvania. Nowhere is this more evident than around Harysburga, the state capital between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. The fact that the company Triple Crown Corporation, the developer of housing in Garrysburgu is in the midst of a major expansion and is even considering the possibility of switching to other markets outside of Pennsylvania.
In general, the national real estate companies have reduced their activities. But this can not be everywhere. Triple Crown company with & # 39 is a leader in the real estate market in Central Pennsylvania and continues to build new homes and retail space in Harysburgu. As a division of the company's property management owns and manages 739 rental homes, town houses and apartments, as well as almost 1.6 million square feet of warehouses, retail and office space in the software Garrysburg and the surrounding area.
On the tail of another stellar year Triple Crown Corporation has been named "Company of the property management, the" housing association in Central software. The award came in the 30th year of the company. After a careful examination of several companies, which occupy the highest rating, the company Triple Crown Corporation has been chosen overall winner.
Some experts believe that the success of the Central SA can trace the history of the family business market. The company Triple Crown, founded in 1977 by Alex Yes Santa, has started with four employees and one office. DiSanto company sold in 1997, his son John and Mark. Now, after 30 years of lasting growth and profitability, the company has grown to 79 employees and seven offices.
On the question of the future of the company, CEO DiSanto replied: "We really believe that we can double the market share in the next three years." To achieve this ambitious goal of Triple Crown Corporation is considering a three-year plan, which includes the possibility of expanding to New York, Delaware, Maryland, and even Florida – an impressive feat given the current real estate market across the country. Like the hare and the tortoise, sometimes slow and steady can win the race property.