Sunday March 18, 2012
Spring is definitely in the air, and everyone’s thoughts turn to getting outside and fixing up those things around the house that bugged you all winter — that’s when you start thinking about “should we wait any longer?”
Of course, what you’re really thinking about is “should we wait any longer to buy that new home?”
Instead of constantly fixing things in a home that has seen its best years or trying to fix the landscaping that suffers from weary-looking bushes and scraggly lawns — why not start with a new, energy-efficient home that is designed just the way your family wants to live? And a yard with fresh new sod and a clean palette waiting for your creative touch? You keep reading about the low-interest rates and prices — unlike anytime in maybe the past 50 years to buy a home! Now, you’re afraid this special time may be passing you by.
As the economy is showing signs of life again, you know this incredible opportunity to own a brand new home with more luxury than you dreamed won’t last forever. So, after you’ve finished mowing the lawn and planting a few flowers to do what you can for your old place, why not sit down and take a good look at our new floor plans and all of the communities where we are building at Lamar Smith Signature Homes?
From a gorgeous, golf community like Lost Plantation in Effingham County, whose school system is the envy of the region, all the way down to Covington Pointe in Glynn County, which is the gateway to the Golden Isles of St. Simons and Jekyll Islands — we have 7 communities all along the I-95 corridor in the price range most families desire, the $120’s to the low $200’s.
Our Preferred Lenders can help you figure out the best mortgage program to fit your particular circumstance, and our New Home Consultants will listen to your list of wants and needs in a new home and help you uncover a host of floor plans to consider. Now that’s what springtime really means — a time to start anew and dream.
At Lamar Smith Signature Homes, we help you “dream, build, live…beyond the ordinary!”