The Coastal Companies is a successful and thriving land development business, and it has Mark Saunders developer to thank for it.
Mark Saunders developer has the experience and unparalleled passion required for an excellent company manager. When it comes to designing and building homes, you can’t ask for better than Mark Saunders, a developer that you can rely on.
Companies managed by Mark Saunders developer in southeastern North Carolina, include communities positioned perfectly on lavish golf courses, pristine rivers, the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, and barrier islands. The Coastal Companies include businesses such as Mark Saunders Luxury Homes, a new home and renovation company, Ocean Ridge Plantation, the area’s premier beach and golf course community, Coastal Development & Realty, the number 1 real estate firm in Holden Beach, North Carolina, Big Cats Golf, four championship golf courses, and Coastal Vacations Resorts, offering professional property management services in Holden Beach and Oak Island, North Carolina.
Its longevity is what sets the companies managed by Mark Saunders developer apart from the rest. The Coastal Companies has been servicing the area for more than 30 years, providing quality customer service for all real estate needs.
No other southeastern North Carolina development company captures the coastal lifestyle quite like Mark Saunders and his team at The Coastal Companies. New homes built by the company are weaved into the natural beauty of Brunswick County, blending them seamlessly into the area’s precious coastal environment. Using new approaches to home design and building, Mark Saunders developer delivers detail and creativity to every aspect of your new coastal home. Mark Saunders’ philosophy is that the design and building of new homes should be done thoughtfully, tastefully, and result in a personal, individualized residence that is beautiful from any perspective.
Mark Saunders gained his appreciation and knowledge for home designing and building at a young age. When he was growing up in Richmond, Va., he dreamed of building beautiful homes and communities for people to live. He followed those dreams by attending Virginia Tech, where he studied architecture and business.
His life took a bit of turn right after college when he began working for Burlington Industries, the world’s largest textile manufacturer at the time. While working there he had the pleasure of visiting Brunswick County for the first time. He quickly realized the beauty and business potential of this part of southeastern North Carolina and he decided to pursue his dreams.