Meet The Team



Andrew Reece

Andrew grew up fully immersed in the construction industry and is now a third generation home builder. He currently holds a North Carolina unlimited building license. He has an eye for the details and thoroughly enjoys the design process. Building homes is truly his passion. While not working, he enjoys spending time with his three daughters and wife Katie. 


Construction Superintendent

Cristhian Garcia

Cristhian is a vital piece to the puzzle at Third Gen. He uses his extensive knowledge of building to manage projects with a hands on approach. He spends his free time playing soccer, and building furniture. 


Office Manager/Warranty Specialist

Rebekah Mitchell

Rebekah came to Third Gen from healthcare. She keeps the office running smoothly and efficiently. She loves spending time with her husband, daughter, and two dogs when not working.


Lending Partner

Ally Cain

Hi! My name is Ally Cain, and I am a Sr. Mortgage Banker with Atlantic Bay Mortgage Group in NC. As a trusted local mortgage banker at Atlantic Bay, I understand the many steps, moving parts, and information involved in the home loan process. When you work with me to achieve your homeownership dreams, my goal is to make you feel like you’re my only client. With my years of experience, top-notch customer service, and extensive mortgage knowledge, you can expect an enjoyable home buying journey from start to finish.


Operations Manager

Katie Reece

Katie, wife to Andrew, keeps every day operations running smoothly. She enjoys organization and helping others in whatever way she can. While she is not working, she spends time with her family.


Project Manager

Alex Mitchell

Alex manages schedules, stays in contact with subcontractors, and coordinates selections from customer to vendor. Before his time at Third Generation, he worked in education. In Alex's free time, he plays golf and spends time with his wife and daughter.


Real Estate Partner

Austin Baity

Austin was born and raised in Bermuda Run, NC and his broad knowledge of the Triad stems from having spent his entire life in the area. He acknowledges four key principles that are required to be successful; punctuality, preparation, politeness and professionalism.