Left to right: Alex Gregg and Jake Rains

Left to right: Alex Gregg and Jake Rains

Gregg & Rains

Jake Rains and Alex Gregg have been lifelong friends. Long before establishing Gregg & Rains Building Group LLC, Jake and Alex were kindergarten class mates and Little League Baseball teammates. Their high school, college, and initial career paths took them in different directions, but the friendship has stayed consistent. After spending several years building homes as individual companies, in May 2011, Jake and Alex teamed up yet again to form Gregg & Rains Building Group. Within a few minutes of talking with both of them, it is obvious that they love building homes for their clients and thoroughly enjoy working with each other.

Alex Gregg

Alex is a licensed general contractor in the state of Tennessee with over 8 years of experience in the residential construction industry. He is a native of Franklin who attended Battle Ground Academy and received a BS in Engineering Physics from Belmont University in Nashville. While attending Belmont, he was a four year letterman on the baseball team. Before becoming a homebuilder, Alex returned to his alma mater, Battle Ground Academy, to teach Algebra, Geometry, and Physics as well as coach varsity basketball and baseball for five years. He currently resides in Franklin and is a husband to Amy and a proud father of Madelyn and Hudson.

Jake Rains

Jake is a licensed general contractor in the state of Tennessee with over 8 years of experience in residential construction. He is also a native of Franklin and attended Franklin High School and the University of Tennessee where he received a BS in Economics. Prior to residential home building, Jake worked in several business related fields where he gained experience in sales, marketing, and customer service. His business background is a valuable asset to the operations at Gregg & Rains. He lives in Franklin now with his wife Dana and their three sons, Elliott, Luke and Hunter.


Porter Langfitt

Porter Langfitt

Langfitt & Associates

For more than 20 years, Langfitt and Associates has been a respected homebuilder in Williamson County. Founded by Pete Langfitt and now operated by his son, Porter, the company has an established reputation for building custom and semi-custom homes in a number of Middle Tennessee’s most sought-after neighborhoods. The company’s size is ideal for homebuyers seeking a higher level of personal attention that not only includes excellent craftsmanship, but also open communication that makes the building process enjoyable.


Micah  Zuercher

Micah Zuercher

Zurich Homes

Zurich Homes is a family-owned home building company with operations in Fairfield Glade and Nashville, TN. The company was founded in 2005 by Stan Zuercher and his son Isaac, and has achieved wide recognition for rich, traditional architecture and client-focused approach.

A dedication to design, quality and enduring value has come to define Zurich's approach to home building. They continually strive to keep the lines of communication open with clients by including them in every stage of the building process. Their extensive on-site involvement allows them to consistently follow strict quality standards every step of the way, resulting in a level of service and quality of workmanship far above the ordinary. Quality construction and attention to detail are Zurich's hallmarks, helping to ensure the lasting value of every home they build.


Randy Arnold

Randy Arnold

Arnold Homes, LLC

Arnold Homes, LLC was founded by Randy Arnold in 2000 and provides full-service residential construction services for both new homes as well as remodeling projects.  Arnold has 20 years experience in the industry and has built a reputation for delivering homes on time and within budget. In addition, Arnold Homes strives to communicate openly and frequently with clients and to deliver a superior level of craftsmanship. Arnold received his degree in Construction Management from Middle Tennessee University and is a member of the Home Builders Association of Middle Tennessee.