Since 1978, the name Jeff Ashner has been synonymous with unparalleled excellence in custom homebuilding.

A lifelong local resident and father of two daughters, Jeff is a second-generation Kansas City builder. His involvement in construction can be traced to his childhood, when he worked with his father — a builder and developer.

Today Jeff is an award-winning builder whose decades of experience have consistently provided discriminating homeowners trusted guidance during the construction process. An avid artist and silversmith in his spare time,
Jeff brings a unique creative perspective and passion for detail to each homebuilding project he oversees.

Ashner homes can be found in numerous prestigious neighborhoods including Hallbrook, Cedar Creek, Mills Farm, Berkshire, and all the Ashner-developed Wilshire communities throughout the greater Kansas City metro.

As someone who prides himself on honesty, accountability, supreme quality and comprehensive communication, Jeff is involved from a home project's early idea stage until the final walk-through — and often years beyond the sale.

"We want to be involved in every step of the process, from the materials and options to the techniques and processes," says Jeff.

Whether he is building an Old World home with a modern Kansas City twist, a contemporary design, an arts and crafts reproduction, an Alpine rustic lodge, or a residence that showcases a blend of styles, Jeff infuses each home with a spirit of distinction and enduring value.

"I approach every home as a custom home," says Jeff.
"I never build two houses that are the same."

Above all, Jeff strives to make every homebuilding project a positive experience for his clients. Communication, fairness and personal commitment are hallmarks of his business philosophy.

"I've been at this a long time," says Jeff. "Homebuilding is an intensely personal process and is usually the single largest investment someone will make in their lifetime. We take each project very seriously and respect our clients. From our perspective, we are not building a house, but rather a home. We strive to be a guiding light and calming force in the sea of sometimes complex homebuilding intricacies."