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About Us

Mission

National Homes is in the business of designing, building, marketing and selling new homes based on understanding and responding to our customers’ needs.

You are the BlueprintTM

When a builder designs homes from the inside out rather than the outside in, they look a lot less like bricks and mortar and a lot more like the people who live in them. At National Homes, we start with you and your needs. Then we design homes to suit the way you do the things you do. We believe that a home should give you what you truly want. That it should make your life easier. More beautiful. It should be designed to suit the way you live. That is why the needs of the customer are the driving force behind every home we build. Because, here at National, it isn’t about all the great features we put in. It isn’t just about our quality or our service. It’s really all about you.

Vision

At National, we’re committed to changing the way people think about homes. We believe that the needs of the customer should be the driving force behind every home we build.

So, before we put pencil to paper, we ask questions… a
lot of questions. Of our customers. Of focus groups. Of ourselves. We think about how people are actually going to live in our homes. Then we design them… from the inside out. It’s a different way of thinking. But then, we don’t measure ourselves against what other builders have always done. Because, at National, YOU ARE THE BLUEPRINTTM.

History

National Homes is part of a broadly based group of companies which traces its origin back to the establishment of Pantalone Realty in 1974. Today, Pantalone Realty has grown to be a leading Toronto real estate brokerage. Founded in 1992, National Homes has grown into one of the GTA’s most successful and respected home builders. With over 15,000 homes in their portfolio of accomplishments, National has developed over 20,000 acres of land, constructed thousands of square feet of retail and commercial developments and has a growing focus on the high-rise market. Over the next 5 years, they aspire to provide new homes for families across the GTA, with over 3,000 new lots already in the planning process, and many more on the horizon.

Corporate Profile

Click below to download the National Homes Corporate Profile.

Executive Team

Awards

National Homes is continually honoured within the industry with awards acknowledging the company’s excellence. These awards, earned on national, provincial and local levels, are a finite endorsement of National Homes’ commitment to understanding the evolving needs of homebuyers and developing new home designs that meet the needs of today’s purchasers.

AWARDS RECEIVED 2000-2021

Winner of Best Design Studio by OHBA

Winner of a Dozen BILD Awards including Best Architectural Design and Best Model Home

Winner of two NAHB Silver Awards

Voted Oakville’s Building Excellence by Town of Oakville

Voted Brampton’s Favourite Builder by Brampton Guardian

Winner of GTHBA Best Architectural Design & Best Model Home

Voted Markham Building Excellence by Town of Markham

Voted Oakville’s Favourite Builder by Oakville Beaver

Ranked #8 in GTA Home Sales

AWARDS RECEIVED 2000-2021

Winner of Best Design Studio by OHBA

Winner of a Dozen BILD Awards including Best Architectural Design and Best Model Home

Winner of two NAHB Silver Awards

Voted Oakville’s Building Excellence by Town of Oakville

Voted Brampton’s Favourite Builder by Brampton Guardian

Winner of GTHBA Best Architectural Design & Best Model Home

Voted Markham Building Excellence by Town of Markham

Voted Oakville’s Favourite Builder by Oakville Beaver

Ranked #8 in GTA Home Sales

National Supports Our Community in the Fight Against COVID-19

During these stressful times, National Homes has expanded our support of local community institutions and initiatives even further.

One of the most pressing problems in Ontario today is the limited availability of Personal Protective Equipment for healthcare workers. That is why National Homes has sourced, donated and delivered 2400 masks to hospitals across the GTA that urgently need supplies to fight COVID-19.

In addition, our team worked to honour front line staff and support local restaurants who have been forced to shut down. Working with Terroni, we are helping to deliver pizza to nurses, doctors, security, staff, and volunteers.

If you would like to do your part through donating to Toronto Hospitals like St. Michael’s Hospital, please visit: https://www.gofundme.com/f/giveanursesomeza

To help the most vulnerable across our communities, National is also providing food donations to the following homeless shelters:

  • Salvation Army in Brampton
  • The Toronto East Drop In Centre
  • Cornerstone Shelter in Oshawa
  • Blue Door Shelter in Bradford
  • And Wellington Square Church in Burlington

In addition, we have filled our social channels with tips and tricks on how to keep your kids busy and to make the most of time spent at home. Please follow us and see what ideas are right for you and your family.

We understand that as a company, we are a part of the community, and we take our responsibility to look out for others seriously. It’s our hope that these donations and community support will make a difference for those most in need.

Philanthropy

“Supporting our community is an important part of what we do,” says Deena Pantalone, CMO, Managing Partner “and it’s much more than a financial commitment. From our employees to our management team, we all put personal time into helping make our communities a better place.” National has a long history of supporting important community institutions and initiatives. National’s philanthropic program supports a broad spectrum of causes including:

Best Buddies

Founded by President Kennedy’s nephew, Anthony Kennedy Shriver, Best Buddies is a world-wide charity operating in 50 different countries. In Canada since 1993, Best Buddies school programs create opportunities for one-to-one friendships and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Boost Kids Charity

Established in 1981 by Paul Godfrey, Boost CYAC is committed to eliminating abuse and violence in the lives of children, youth, and their families through education and awareness, and by collaborating with community partners to provide programs and services.

Native Women’s Resource Centre

Providing safety, aid, and support to Indigenous women and their children, NWRCT connects and protects Indigenous women across the GTA. NWRCT offers a variety of programs regarding Housing, Families, Advocacy, Employment, Education, and Youth, as well as hosting annual events to celebrate and embrace Indigenous culture.

St. John’s Rehab Hospital

Inspires communities to invest in health and scientific advances to improve the lives of children and their families in Canada and around the world.

The Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation

Working together with health care and research professionals, patients,and the community, The Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation raises over $70 million annually to support breakthrough research and patient care and education programs. Canada’s leading cancer research hospital.

Sick Kids

A research-driven hospital focusing on the care of sick children, SickKids is a nationally-recognized facility committed to compassion, scientific advancement, and a family-oriented approach to healthcare. With international research and innovative strategies, SickKids is a pillar for continuing the health and development of children worldwide.

Sunnybrook

Sunnybrook is a premier academic health sciences centre, fully affiliated with the University of Toronto, with a vision to invent the future of health care.

Upper Canada College

Since 1829, Upper Canada College has provided world-class education for Canadian and International students. An all-boys school spanning Senior Kindergarten to Grade 12, UCC diligently inspires, guides, and educates students through transformational learning experiences.

Branksome Hall

Uniting and engaging Branksome Hall’s alumnae community, the Alumnae Association works alongside the Advancement and Community Engagement Department to provide every new generation of alumnae with new experiences, programs, and opportunities.

Villa Charities

A vibrant organization designed to meet the needs of an ever-growing multicultural community in the Greater Toronto Area. The Villa Charities family of organizations provides culturally sensitive care for the elderly, assistance to individuals with intellectual disabilities and mental health issues and has a mandate of encouraging community participation through fitness, culture, and the arts.

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity mobilizes volunteers and community partners in building affordable housing and promoting homeownership as a means to breaking the cycle of poverty.

Branksome Hall

The Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario (POGO) is the representative voice of the childhood cancer community. POGO works to ensure that all of Ontario’s children have equal access to state-of-the-art diagnosis, treatment and required ancillary services, and aim to make certain that Ontario’s children have the greatest prospects for survival with an optimal quality of life.

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291 Edgeley Blvd.
Concord, ON L4K 3Z4
info@nationalhomes.com

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Corporate Office & Design Studio

291 Edgeley Blvd.
Concord, ON L4K 3Z4
info@nationalhomes.com