Before founding Brian Michael Distinctive Homes, Brian held positions as a corporate trainer and internet sales director for one of the largest private home builders in the United States. Prior to his experience in construction, he spent 12 years in Information Technology working for the 2nd largest computer manufacturer in various support and customer service roles, the 2nd largest Internet Service provider and finally as a Network Administrator for a Dallas based software developer. Brian also spent a number of years working as an REO Asset Manager for a number of Fortune 500 Banks managing various real estate portfolios in - -excess of $85 million.
During his time in Information Technology, Brian spent his weekends purchasing, managing and remodeling rental homes. It was during this time that his love of construction compelled him to pursue a full time position in the industry.
Brian graduated with a Bachelors of Business Administration in Marketing from the University of Texas in Arlington as well as a Masters of Business in Strategic Leadership from the University of Dallas.
For 7 years, Brian served on the Board of Directors for ReadyStart, a nonprofit devoted to helping children with developmental disabilities. His tenure included a year as its Vice President and a year as its President. Along with other Board of Directors, Mr. Demma worked to merge Readystart with Launchability, another Dallas based Non Profit who not only helps children with disabilities but adults as well. Brian proudly served on the Board of Directors for Ready Start and Launchability from May 2006 until December 2016.
Brian current lives in North Keller with his beautiful wife Hanh, 11 year old daughter and 7 year old son..
Ken Eger has been in the construction business since March of 1984. His business management experience dates back to 1981. Mr. Eger’s 27 years of experience in construction have encompassed all areas, from building new single family residences & remodeling to new commercial building and commercial finish out. He has managed most all projects from inception to completion, by assisting clients with design guidance, implementing the design idea to plans, bidding the project, overseeing construction, hiring and managing the vendors & trades, and every other aspect including completion and closing. Ken’s integrity and intensity of purpose give him an edge in completing projects on time and within budget.
Education has also contributed to the efficiency of Ken’s management style. He earned a BBA in Business Management from Texas Tech University and has numerous training hours with several top national builders.
Mr. Eger’s ability to effectively manage and build most any project, large and small can be seen in luxury homes and buildings throughout the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex.
Ken has built close to 1000 homes and commercial buildings since 1984, most with post tensioned foundations. Ken lives in Carrollton with his wife Ruth..
Jeremy Hodo grew up in a home that was built by his grandfather and in school he won awards for his art drawings and three dimensional designs of homes. During his time in high school and college, he worked during the summer months framing homes, pouring concrete foundations and flat work for homes. Construction is in Jeremy’s DNA.
Jeremy has worked in the construction industry for more than 20 years. The last eight of those years were spent in the luxury custom home market where Jeremy was responsible for overseeing the construction of homes ranging from $2 million – $6 million as well as managing the upper to middle range home market ranging from $700,000 – $1.1 million. He has worked with clients and architects through the design and planning stages, putting budgets together, as well as scheduling and managing the construction through completion.
One of Jeremy’s strongest attributes is being able to take clients’ imaginative dreams and execute them flawlessly. Prior to working in the custom market, Jeremy spent several years with one of the largest private home builders in the United States and helped start their town home and condominium division. In addition, Jeremy has also spent seven years in the restoration industry where he worked on restoration projects valued at $250,000 – $1.2 million.
Along with his college and years of continued education from top leaders and engineers in the industry, Jeremy has gained a competitive edge on the competition.
Jeremy is always saying, “Life is much easier when you do the right thing, no matter what the cost is.” This motto is apparent in the projects he works on and from what clients have to say about him. He is a man of integrity.
Jeremy grew up in North Richland Hills and lives there today with his wife and two boys.