Lennar hosting 72-hour home sales event this weekend

 

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For more than 50 years, Lennar has provided quality homes throughout the country and this weekend the company is having a 72-hour new-home sales event from Homestead to Stuart, says Carlos Gonzalez, president of Lennar’s Southeast Florida Division.

“Lennar is giving buyers the opportunity to buy a brand-new home at unprecedented savings, plus we’re offering $5,000 toward upgrade features as well as zero closing costs in most communities,” says Gonzalez. “We have something for everyone including incredible values at desirable locations with spectacular communities.”

Lennar communities in Miami-Dade offer buyers the opportunity of purchasing a brand-new townhome from the mid-$100,000s, patio homes from the low $200,000s, and single-family homes from the upper $100,000s to more than half a million dollars for grand luxury estate residences. Home buyers truly do have a great selection of Lennar communities and price points to choose from.

One of Lennar’s newest communities, Kendall Square, which captures the essence of a bygone era, is currently under construction with model homes featuring spacious townhomes and elegant single-family homes, some with a multi-generational design known as Lennar’s Next Gen – The Home Within a Home. The Next Gen homes are ideal for families to share one home with two individual living spaces; this way no one has to compromise on privacy. Other communities offering Next Gen homes are Napa at The Vineyards in Homestead and The Isles at Grand Bay in Doral.

“There is no better time than now to purchase a new Lennar home. Home buyers who have been waiting for the perfect time to buy a new home should not pass up the opportunity of visiting a Lennar Welcome Home Center during our 72-hour new home sale event. This weekend home buyers will be able to take advantage of home savings and receive $5,000 towards upgrades plus pay zero closing costs,” says Gonzalez.

Lennar’s “Everything’s Included” philosophy of building gives consumers the most value for their money, including granite countertops, a stainless steel appliance package, brick pavers, crown molding and tile roofing, says Gonzalez.

For more information, visit the Lennar Welcome Home Centers and tour the professionally decorated models, call 866-688-7052 or visit www.Lennar.com/FloridaDeals.

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