Not so long ago, Mo Seebeck and Eric Tan, the two founders of Paragon Life, were simply spokes in the wheel of corporate homebuilding. These two were contributing to the machine of our economy that, they felt, sometimes forgets the importance of identity and the roots of craftsmanship. But in its origins, homebuilding wasn’t an industry, it was a skill. A builder would have an apprentice and workmanship meant pride. That understanding is what drives the focus of Paragon: Community, Home, and Life.
Paragon Life considers themselves a “one-stop shop” for buyers who want a more personal touch than larger national homebuilders can offer, and take pride in their list of standard items for all homes, including wood-look porcelain floor tile, quartz countertops, and undermount sinks.
The founders of Paragon Life come equipped with a better understanding of the emerging market. They believe that offering extra-special extras separates them from the herd of builders and developers in Las Vegas.
The proof is in the product- come check it out.