“We’ve planned a lot of grand openings here at Lennar, but the one at The Tides is perhaps one of our most anticipated, in part because the Isles at Bayshore is among our most popular communities,” says Carlos González, president of Lennar’s Southeast Florida Division.
“If our public, pre-construction grand opening generates even a fraction of the excitement as our VIP preview, we couldn’t ask for more. This is going to be one hot-selling neighborhood!”
The Tides is an intimate neighborhood with 153 single-family homes from the low $200,000s with up to five bedrooms and three and one-half baths. Residents can enjoy a lakefront clubhouse, a fitness center, an oversize adult pool, a kids’ pool, a playroom, a playground and a multi-purpose party room.
Deals being offered this grand opening weekend include zero closing costs and up to $5,000 toward options and upgrades, in addition to the ones already included at no extra charge in Lennar’s Everything’s Included Homes, says González.
The Tides has generated quite a bit of interest among buyers eager to be part of Isles at Bayshore’s resort lifestyle community, says González. Beautiful architecture throughout the master-planned community is reminiscent of California, but built for the Florida way of life.
Those who attend this weekend’s big event will be some of the first buyers that will be able to choose from The Tides’ limited number of prime home sites and take advantage of significant pre-construction savings and incentives, says González. Besides, on both days from noon to 4 p.m., families can enjoy food, refreshments, music and a live radio remote plus a bounce house and face painting for the kids.
“Not only is this an opening people won’t want to miss, this is a time when home buyers won’t want to pass up massive savings,” González adds. “Many in the real estate industry have acknowledged that the South Florida housing market is changing. In fact, a recent article in a local newspaper quoted the chief economist of the National Association of Realtors as predicting, ‘Florida’s existing home prices will jump 10 percent by the end of 2012 as inventories decrease and investors battle for what remains of income-producing properties.’ Another incentive to buy now is the fact that The Tides represents the last chance to buy a single-family home is this resort community. So when we say ‘now is the time to buy,’ it’s for real.”
The Lennar Welcome Home Center is at 21864 SW 93rd Path, in Cutler Bay, inside the clubhouse. For information, call 877-206-6318 or visit Lennar.com/FloridaDeals. The center is open daily 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Realtor participation is welcome.