The Providence Group Blog Recognized Among the Best Construction Sites

The Providence Group Blog was recently recognized as one of the best construction sites in the nation by ConstructionManagementDegree.com.

According to the National Association of Realtors, real estate related searches on Google.com have grown 253 percent over the past four years. As online searches have increased, Atlanta home builders, including The Providence Group of Georgia, LLC, have recognized the importance of a quality online presence. The Providence Group’s blog was recently acknowledged as the 13th best construction site in the nation by ConstructionManagementDegree.com.  

“We are honored that Construction Management Degree has recognized our online efforts by ranking our blog as one of the best construction sites in the nation,” said Kelly Fink, Vice President of Marketing and Online Sales for The Providence Group. “Buyers are searching online before they step foot in a community, so it is important that we are providing quality information on our website, blog and social media outlets.” 

ConstructionManagementDegree.com compiled this list to show their readers some of the best firms in the construction industry. Many of the site’s readers are construction management students and seeing these sites allows them to explore career options, while exploring examples of what can be accomplished in the field. To see the complete list of Best Construction Sites on the Web, visit www.ConstructionManagementDegree.com

The Providence Group’s blog provides Atlanta home buyers and realtors with information on new communities, new home construction, community locations and buyer incentives. Learn more about The Providence Group and their blog by visiting www.TheProvidenceGroup.com/blog

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