Treat Yourself to New Home Savings this October
What makes this homebuying incentive so amazing and fun is the ability to design the free upgrade package that suits your needs, with a variety of design options to choose from. During this home sales event, select from our three treat bags to design your dream home package, valued at up to $11,638. In Bag A, you may choose gorgeous granite kitchen countertops or 18-inch by 18-inch ceramic tile in wet areas. Then, select one treat from Bag B – Silver Shield Radiant Barrier (which reduces cooling costs by up to 12 percent!), Whirlpool® stainless steel appliances, two-inch custom fit faux-wood blinds with vertical blinds on sliding glass doors, or a digital surround sound (Sony Blu-Ray player included).
Finally, finish off your package by choosing four treats from Bag C:
- Granite countertops in master bathroom
- Birch wood cabinets in master bathroom
- Level II decorative wall tile in master bathroom
- Birch wood kitchen cabinets with upper crown moulding
- Whirlpool® washer and dryer
- Lanai screen enclosure (for home plans with included covered lanai)
- Four dual-switch 52-inch ceiling fans with light fixtures
- Coach lights on both sides of the garage
- Garage door opener with two remotes
- Four recessed can lights with switch
Or, if the treat bag goodies aren’t for you, you may opt to receive a $10,000 credit to select any upgrades of your choice from the Highland Homes Personal Selection Studio.
These free design treats are the perfect complement to our quality included features, and new homes from Highland Homes are affordably priced from the low-$100,000s. To make purchasing a new home even more affordable, qualified buyers can purchase their dream home with just $99 down!
At Highland Homes, our goal is to help you build the home of your dreams – one that is designed for your life, located in a prime location and friendly to your budget. For more information on how you can treat yourself to a new home in Central Florida, Tampa Bay, Manatee County or Ocala, visit the Highland Homes website today.