In August of 2019 Ross Sr received a call from Aubrey Grier, a top producing agent with Dickens Mitchener. She had clients moving to Charlotte from Winston Salem as part of the bank merger that became Truist Bank. They had found a 5,910 square foot home (built in 1996) in Foxcroft that was originally built as a spec home in Foxcroft. More often than not, spec homes are built with cheap finishes and low-quality selections. Though only 20 years old, the majority of the windows had rotted, cabinets were falling apart, and the house needed a lot of other work. Hobson builders gutted all 5 bathrooms and the kitchen, added hardwood throughout, replaced the windows with a very high-end Loewen windows and doors, and had The Painters wrap it all up with an A+ paint job inside and out.