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Forefront Homes Becomes Roger Mumford Homes

July 12, 2016

The homebuilder offers residential and rental communities and custom built homes in New Jersey and New York.

RED BANK, NJ – Roger Mumford, a leader in the homebuilding industry for nearly three decades, has announced that his company, Forefront Homes, has rebranded as Roger Mumford Homes. Since 2005, Forefront Homes has built a reputation for creating beautiful homes that combine award-winning architecture with quality construction.

“In the course of our home building business, we regularly experience that the Mumford name continues to hold significant recognition, both with the buying public and industry professionals,” said Roger Mumford. “Many homebuyers associate the name with the Matzel and Mumford Organization, a company I cofounded in 1986 that built several thousand homes in New Jersey and was regarded as one of the state’s premier homebuilders. With the substantial growth projected for my new company, we feel now is the right time to rebrand the company to Roger Mumford Homes and reinforce our reputation for building great homes.”

The Roger Mumford Homes team includes associates who collectively possess a broad spectrum of industry experience including land acquisition, approvals and regulatory management, systems and process facilitation, design, sales, construction, finance, and client collaboration. “All members of the management team are respected industry professionals who share my commitment to creating exciting housing opportunities for all lifestyles,” said Mumford.

Roger Mumford Homes offers a diverse product offering, including a highly regarded custom home and design build division, subdivisions in NJ and NY State and luxury rental communities. The company currently has numerous custom homes available in various stages of completion in Rumson, Middletown, Colts Neck and Little Silver. “Most homes feature large kitchens and open designs, and offer master bedroom foyers, first floor studies and great rooms,” said Mumford.

A variety of single-family home communities are also being developed. Heritage at Neptune, a community of ranch and colonial homes off Wayside Road in Neptune, recently opened for sale and is already 80 percent sold out. Based on this success, the company has begun work on Heritage at Walnut Grove, also located in Neptune. Heritage at Goshen, which offers single-family homes in a park-like setting in Orange County, NY, has pre-sold 25 of its 75 homes. A follow up community of 172 homes is also in the planning stage.

Oak Hill Estates in Marlboro and Legend Hollow in Freehold will open for sale this summer. Both communities will feature the company’s unique home designs on three-quarter acre home sites with water and sewer in desirable Monmouth County locations.

Roger Mumford Homes also offers rental opportunities in Monmouth County. Construction is commencing on Hidden Village at Aberdeen, a lifestyle community consisting of 200 apartments with garages in Aberdeen. In addition, a boutique luxury rental community is planned for Red Bank.

“Our offering is diverse and our home designs reflect the way people really live,” said Mumford. “Our residences feature large kitchens and open designs with many incorporating master foyers, first-floor studies, great rooms and mud rooms.”

The Roger Mumford Homes Design Center, located in Red Bank, serves as a space for interested homebuyers to work with team members, including the Director of Design. The gallery is also where design build clients meet with Roger and his team to discuss design and develop concept plans for their custom homes.

“Whether our clients are building in one of our new subdivisions or on their own land or an individual company lot, the Design Center is the focal point of creativity. It’s where clients come to explore their dreams and make selections,” said Mumford. “The Design Center is the central hub of Roger Mumford Homes and it’s truly an exciting place.”

The Design Center is located at 247 Bridge Ave in Red Bank. Those interested can learn more by visiting