Now is the time to make the move to Jordan Ranch as our builders are offering thousands of dollars in upgrades that will allow you to create your dream home.
Newmark Homes is cooking up a great deal for home chefs with an incentives package that includes a built-in appliance package, upgrades to countertops and backsplashes, hardwood floors and Capri blinds. Buyers also will receive an additional $5,000 in design center credit. If you use Newmark’s own lender you will receive an owners title policy in the amount of the loan. The offer ends April 30.
Help Perry Homes celebrate 50 years of exceptional building by picking out your own gift. The builder is offering three options for customers who purchase a select inventory home by May 31. Choose from $5,000 toward closing costs, a $5,000 VISA Rewards card or $5,000 toward a GE appliance package.
You can shop Westin Homes incredible design center with $25,000 in credit to pick out upgrades that fit your needs and your personality.
Plantation Homes is extending its Fresh Start Sales Event through April 30. The promotion nets you a $3,000 Lowes gift card that you can use to give yourself a housewarming present.
Add a study or hardwood floors with a David Weekly promotion offering $20,000 of flex options or design center upgrades.
Choose a spectacular J. Patrick Homes design and the builder will give you $20,000 in design options as well as $5,000 to be used toward financing.
It’s easy to find just the right Highland Home, and once you do, the builder will pay your closing costs up to $10,000. The promotion ends April 30.
Take a look at the homes these builders offer during Houston’s Largest Home Tour. The tour, sponsored by Jordan Ranch developer Johnson Development Corp., opens the doors on hundreds of lavishly decorated model homes outfitted with the latest in colors, textures, furniture and architectural detailing throughout 14 Houston-area Johnson communities. Hundreds of move-in ready inventory homes also will be on display. Homes will be open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays and noon to 6 p.m. Sundays. Admission is free.