Last weekend for $20,000 ‘super deals’ at Lennar communities
11/22/2013 1:07 PM
11/22/2013 1:10 PM
This is the last weekend to take advantage of the year’s biggest savings on new Lennar move-in-ready homes, says a company official.
November 30 marks the end of what home buyers throughout South Florida look forward to every year, Lennar’s Fiscal-Year-End Inventory Home Blowout sales event, says the official. Buyers are flocking to Lennar communities from Homestead to Jupiter to take advantage of savings up to $20,000, that can be applied toward options, upgrades and/or closing costs, says the official.
Buyers can choose from condominiums, townhomes, single-family homes and estate homes priced from the $100,000s to the $800,000s, at communities catering to everyone from professional singles and couples to growing families and empty nesters.
Carlos Gonzalez, president of Lennar’s Southeast Florida division, notes, “While there are some amazing homes on spectacular home sites still remaining, they’re not expected to last much longer than this weekend. The response has been unbelievable. Of all the year-end events I’ve participated in, this has been one of the biggest and most talked-about. Taking into consideration the upswing of the real estate market and the fact that interest rates are still near record lows, buyers recognize the opportunity, too good to pass up, especially when you add in our super deal savings. The prices are right and our preferred lender is striking amazing deals. This is the weekend to make it all happen, before the deals and savings disappear.”
The Lennar signature is seen on some of the area’s most celebrated communities. The Vineyards, located at SW 320 Street and 152 Avenue in Homestead brings a refreshing California twist to Miami, showcasing a beautiful collection of single-family homes from the upper $100,000s to the $300,000s, amid a tropical setting with beautiful pool and clubhouse. Silver Palms is another tropical paradise from Lennar with townhomes and single-family homes from the upper $100,000s to the low $300,000s on SW 228th Street and 112th Avenue. Furnished models are available to tour. The community offers an impressive clubhouse and amenities, says Gonzalez.
One of Lennar’s most popular and fast-selling communities is Kendall Square, a family-inspired, master-planned environment with townhomes and single-family homes from the upper $200,000s to the $400,000s. The three-story version of the townhomes comes with a roof deck. Optional elevators and outdoor summer kitchens are available. Recreational amenities as well as on-site retail and business parks are a big draw.
In Doral, the Isles at Grand Bay, offers a lifestyle where the elegant homes are equaled only by the incredible resort-style amenities – grand clubhouse, tennis, swimming, fitness center, park, playground and tot lot, all located near the famed Doral Golf & Country club. Priced from the upper $400,000s to the $800,000s, the estate designs are among Lennar’s most acclaimed, according to Gonzalez.
All of the communities offer a selection of Lennar’s Next Gen – The Home Within a Home. The designs feature a completely private suite, ideal for a returning adult child, a parent or anyone who needs an independent living space, that includes a bedroom, eat-in kitchenette, bathroom, living room and a private entry.
Gonzalez adds, “In about a week, this amazing home sales event will be history. I urge anyone looking to enjoy the rewards of owning a brand new Lennar home to act this weekend, while there are ‘super deals’ to be found. Once this event is over, it’s over.”
Welcome Home Centers are open daily, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
For a listing of communities or information, visit Lennar.com/FloridaDeals or call 888-201-9234 in Miami-Dade and or 866-716-0877 in Broward and The Palm Beaches. Realtor participation is welcome.
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