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Sunday, March 24, 2019

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Business Spotlight: Open house slated for Saturday at Ranchland Trace Subdivision

Business Spotlight: Open house slated for Saturday at Ranchland Trace Subdivision

“OMG …Wesley Bland is at it again!”

“Build a house for your wife … she will love you!”

Have you noticed signs like these around the South Lafourche and Grand Isle areas and wondered what the story was behind them? They are put in place to draw attention to beautiful homes and commercial buildings constructed by Blandco, LLC.

The company will host an open house on Saturday, March 21st at Ranchland Trace Subdivision, on Hwy. 308 across the street from the 308 Fire Station, showcasing two gorgeous, newly completed homes and many in the construction phase along with lots that are for sale.

Since September 2014, when sales began, eighteen of the properties and homes have already sold. The public is invited to come out and see what all the fuss is about.

“Your new home is waiting for you,” said Wesley Bland, owner of Blandco, LLC.

All who attend will be treated to delicious jambalaya and gumbo with music by radio station Gumbo 94.9. On-site lenders will also be available and will offer such incentives as low to zero down and 60 days before the first payment is due.

“Blandco is offering families living in the area an affordable alternative to paying rent; you can own your own home in a beautiful neighborhood at about the same cost as renting,” said Bland.

The no money down incentive is being offered for a limited time. Clients are able to choose important details such as flooring, cabinetry, and countertops. It has always been important to Bland that the client makes these decisions so that each home is not only their house, but also feels like their home.

The vision of the Blandco Company is to create affordable quality homes in safe neighborhoods for residents of Lafourche Parish who are tired of paying high rent. The American Dream is to own a home and Blandco has many ways of helping families to realize this dream by offering unusual, progressive payment options that help people, who are normally not able to purchase a home, become homeowners.

Wesley Bland has created a one-stop construction company for helping clients not only finance their new home, but to also bring it to fruition. From finance to finish, his staff handles permits, including wind mitigation, drafting services, blueprints, elevation, engineered plans, Army Corps, wetland and a selections gallery.

“Your dream home can be created by our staff specializing in meeting your needs and budget,” said Bland.

Every house is built with lifetime post-tension slabs, brick or stucco (no vinyl), wind rated, and sometimes exempt from flood insurance. Customers can even find a piece of property they like and Blandco will purchase it and build the client’s dream-house.

Blandco also works to help prospective business owners get through all the red tape of financing and permits. Metal buildings and custom-built offices are designed and created with the same quality standards as family homes.

New communities are coming soon! Robert Carter Trace, an elegant residential community that offers two to five acre tracts in Lockport, and Tropical Landing, a quiet living development located in Grand Isle that offers water front lots, are next on the list for developments created by Wesley Bland and his crew.

Blandco’s Cut Off office is located at 344 Highway 3161. Wesley Bland’s friendly staff is available for questions and appointments by calling 985-632-1171.

The Business Spotlight is a paid advertorial. For more information on taking part in a Business Spotlight advertisement, contact The Lafourche Gazette at 985-693-7229.