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Bonvie Homes

23 Southport Drive

Mashpee, New South Wales 2649

Australia

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Board of Trustees
National Association of Home Builders

Board Member
Virtual Town Hall LLC

Member
National Senior Housing Council

Board Member
New England Housing Council

Member
Mystic Active Adult LLC.

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Developmental Team | Southport | Cape Cod Retirement Community

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The Developer & Builder
Ronald Bonvie Principal - Bonvie Homes Long-time Mashpee resident and the original force behind the concept of Southport, has 44 years of experience developing, building and marketing new homes in residential communities throughout Massachusetts. Ron has been one of the state's premier residential builders, with more than 2,000 homes successfully constructed and sold. His extensive experience in all facets of land development and residential construction, combined with his management, sales and marketing skills, assure the quality controls, which are necessary in such a complex development as Southport.
Bonvie Homes Ron was appointed to the Board of Trustees of the National Association of Home Builders' 50-Plus Housing Council in 2013. He was one of the first members of NAHB's 50-Plus Housing Council to receive his CAASH certification as a Certified Active Adult Specialist in Housing. He is a National Alternate Director for NAHB, representing the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston and serves on the 2016 NAHB Education Subcommittee. Ron was featured on the cover of Builder Architect magazine in April 2013 with a feature story describing the success of Southport and his building and development company, Bonvie Homes.
In 2015, Southport won two national silver awards from the 50+ Housing Council of the National Association of Home Builders for "Best Internet Marketing Campaign" and "Best Sales Center. Other national awards Southport has won are the 2013 National Gold Award for "Best Home Design in America" presented by the 50-Plus Housing Council and 2011 National Silver Awards for "Best Website for a Residential Community" and "Best Interior Merchandising. Where to Retire Magazine has twice named Southport one of the "Top 100 Master-planned Communities in America."
Ron has been a frequent speaker at the International Builders Show on how to successfully develop, market, and build communities. His expertise and attention to detail provide the foundation on which his dream for Southport has emerged. In 2014 he participated in a NAHB-sponsored national webinar on how to develop successful lifestyle communities.


The ceremony at Southport also included ...

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The ceremony at Southport also included the presentation of a check for $8,000 given by Ron Bonvie of Bonvie Homes to Cyndy Jones, treasurer of Heroes in Transition.

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At the November 11th event, a service dog named "Southie" was presented to Southport resident and veteran Chuck Warry from donations that were raised by Bonvie and Southport residents at last year.


"It says a lot about the ...

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"It says a lot about the progress we're making on this project that Ron Bonvie is bringing his investment and the caliber of his brand here to Weymouth," said Weymouth Mayor Robert Hedlund.

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"Union Point is a perfect location for us to be introducing a true lifestyle community so close to Boston," noted Ron Bonvie, principal of Bonvie Homes. As the largest active adult community in the greater Boston area, Four Winds at Union Point will provide both on-site amenities and home designs that today's baby boomers want. We're excited to be working with LStar Communities and look forward to building additional homes at Union Point," he added.
Bonvie has been developing and building over 2,000 homes in Massachusetts for 44 years. His primary focus is lifestyle communities ranging from adults 55 and over to the millennial generation which has become the largest population group in this country with more than 80 million people between the ages of 22 - 35.
The Four Winds at Union Point announcement puts LStar years ahead of its schedule, and bringing in Bonvie, the high-quality developer and builder of one of the region's premier 55+ communities, will help attract new residents at a faster pace.
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"We are proud to welcome Ron Bonvie and Bonvie Homes to Union Point, and we are very excited that he has agreed to create Four Winds at Union Point as his next lifestyle community for active adults."


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Ron Bonvie, principal of Bonvie Homes and a third-generation builder, is a longtime Massachusetts resident with 43 years of experience permitting, developing and building more than 2,000 homes in communities throughout Massachusetts.

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For 28 years, he has been involved in active adult housing, including the last 16 years during which he developed and built Southport, an active adult community on Cape Cod of 750 homes which has twice been recognized by Where to Retire Magazine as one of the "Top 100 Master-Planned Communities in the United States." In addition to leading his company, Bonvie has been integrally involved in the industry − he was appointed to the Board of Trustees of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) 55-Plus Housing Council in 2013 and he is a National Alternate Director on NAHB's Board of Directors, representing the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston and he also serves on NAHB's Education Committee. He is past co-chair and founding member of the New England 50-Plus Housing Council and was one of the first homebuilders in the National Association of Home Builders to receive his CAASH designation as a Certified Active Adult Specialist in Housing. While the residential construction market has certainly seen its ups and downs in the last 10 years, Bonvie is optimistic about the future of the industry in Massachusetts - as are most industry experts we spoke with. "Massachusetts has a great opportunity to attract boomers who want to live close to their grandchildren and other family members as long as they can have a maintenance-free lifestyle with amenities that allow them to socialize year-round and enjoy their retirement years," Bonvie says. He noted that the success of Southport is due, in large part, to the lifestyle it provides to very active 55 and older buyers − whether or not they are retired. "I see this as a real growth opportunity for other builders and developers − if they are willing to invest the resources, both time and money, to determine what buyers in this region want," Bonvie says.
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"The key to success in this market niche is to understand not only what types of housing they desire, but what kinds of recreational amenities, either on-site or nearby, are most important to them," says Bonvie. "The days when a developer or builder could rely on their 'gut feeling' or past experience on what buyers wanted in a home are over," Bonvie cautions. "For larger developments especially, I believe it's imperative to hire specialists in market research and architectural designs to confirm what today's buyers are seeking, regardless of their age," he adds. "For example, the notion that all boomers want to 'downsize' when they become empty nesters is simply not true," Bonvie says. As a trustee of NAHB's 55-Plus Housing Council, Bonvie hears from multiple builders around the country how many of today's 55-plus buyers actually want a home equal in size to their current home, but with more bells and whistles than the home they might have lived in for 20 or more years.


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By Joy Jordan

Ron Bonvie, principal of Bonvie Homes and a third-generation builder, is a longtime Massachusetts resident with 43 years of experience permitting, developing and building more than 2,000 homes in communities throughout Massachusetts.

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As a trustee of NAHB’s 55-Plus Housing Council, Bonvie hears from multiple builders around the country how many of today’s 55-plus buyers actually want a home equal in size to their current home, but with more bells and whistles than the home they might have lived in for 20 or more years.

This type of information presents builders with a bevy of opportunities, if used properly.

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