Founded on the principles of quality, value and integrity, the Mungo family has been building new homes and neighborhoods in the Carolinas since 1954. Mungo Homes has become the 35th largest homebuilder in the country by providing quality new homes at affordable prices, and high-quality, award-winning natural gas homes that satisfy a variety of tastes and lifestyles. Mungo currently enjoys financial stability that has eluded many local and national builders. Because Mungo is a family-owned business, their dedication is to the satisfaction of their clients and not to a board of directors or stockholders.
Along with success comes responsibility. That’s why principals Steven and Stewart Mungo recognize their roles as community leaders and are honored to participate on many civic boards and philanthropic committees.
It’s a shared value of Mungo employees. Many employees serve on boards and committees supporting education, healthcare, non-profit and civic organizations, the arts, and, of course, the home building industry. Many are either officers in their churches or teach Sunday school. On a corporate level, Mungo Homes supports Harvest Hope Food Bank, The National Kidney Foundation, EdVenture Children’s Museum, Oliver Gospel Mission, Keep America Beautiful, Habitat for Humanity, the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina and many, many other organizations.