Lennar: Month-long ‘Sellathon’ benefits new home buyers

 

ADVERTORIAL

Lennar, South Florida’s No. 1 home builder, wants buyers to save thousands of dollars on a new, move-in-ready home during its “Sellathon,” going through the month of February.

There may never be a better time to purchase a home from Lennar, whose reputation for quality and integrity has earned the company the prestige of being South Florida’s top home builder, a company spokesperson says.

During the event, new-home buyers are able to save thousands on a brand-new, move-in ready home and get $10,000 to apply toward closing costs, options or upgrades, says the spokesperson.

Interest rates are at an all-time low, and new-home inventory is down. This combination makes now the perfect opportunity for buyers who have been on the sidelines to make their dream of homeownership a reality, adds the spokesperson.

All Lennar communities offer innovative home designs, unique modern and warm Mediterranean-style architectural elevations and exceptional features, says the spokesperson.

Single-family homes with several distinctive floor plans await at The Enclave at Old Cutler, at SW 226th Street and 105th Avenue, starting from the $230,000s; and Grand Lakes Estates, in the highly desired Bird Road corridor, which offers single-family homes from the low $300,000s, nestled amongst green space and a conservation area.

For those who have extra family members residing with them, Lennar offers the NEXTGEN - The Home Within a Home floor plan. The unique concept is featured at Silver Palms, offering resort-style amenities, at SW 238th Street and 112th Avenue. The community has townhomes with garage from the upper $100,000s, patio homes with garage from the upper $100,000s, and single-family homes from the low $200,000s.

The Isles at Oasis and The Vineyards communities, both in Homestead on SW 312th Street and 152nd Avenue, offer both townhome and single-family-home living. Priced from the mid-$100,000s to the upper $200,000s, newly decorated model homes are open now, including the NEXTGEN – The Home Within a Home floor plans.

Reminiscent of days gone by is Kendall Square, an urban community with a grand clubhouse and grand amenities on Kendall Drive and SW 169th Avenue. Townhomes with garage start from the low $200,000s and spacious single-family homes, from the low $300,000s, featuring NEXTGEN –The Home Within a Home floor plans. Also in West Kendall is Garden Estates, on SW 120th Street and 155th Avenue, with townhomes from the low $200,000s and single-family homes from the upper $200,000s, amidst a community park and clubhouse with pool.

The Isles at Bayshore in Cutler Bay, at SW 216th Street and 93rd Path, includes an elegant family clubhouse and pool. It features townhomes priced from the upper $100,000s, and patio homes and single-family homes starting in the low $200,000s — very affordable opportunities for first-time buyers, says the spokesperson.

At Grand Bay at Doral, luxury condominiums, townhomes and single-family estate homes range from the mid-$200,000s to the $800,000s. The Isles at Grand Bay Welcome Home Center is on NW 74th Street and 114th Avenue in Doral.

All Welcome Home Centers and decorated models are open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Broker participation is welcome.

For more information on any of the communities, call 888-823-7708 or visit Lennar.com/FloridaDeals.

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