Kerley Family Homes Offers 100% Closing Costs on ALL Homes
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Very few new home builders offer closing costs on brand new homes, even with pre-sales. However, Kerley Family Homes is now offering 100 percent closing costs on all homes*.
With warm weather right around the corner, now is the time to secure your new home in a Kerley Family Home community near you. Kerley Family Homes is now expanding into several counties, so be sure to visit their website for a full list of community locations.
While it appears that there are many new homes on the market, the homes will sell quickly once the spring rush begins and everyone tries to get into their new home by summer. If you act now, not only do you get ahead of the crowd, but you get all of your closing costs paid in the bargain. It truly is a win/win for home buyers!
If you’re searching for a move-in ready home, Kerley Family Homes has many options:
In Cobb County, homes are available at Hartridge Manor in Marietta, Walden Crossing in Mableton and Dogwood Park in Powder Springs.
If you are looking in Cherokee County, then be sure to visit Meridian in Woodstock or Manous Manor in Holly Springs.
Douglas County has several choices, including at Brookmont the Meadows or Brookmont the Cottages. Plus, don’t miss Seven Hills in Paulding County, which has world-class amenities.
Kerley Family Homes is a Certified Professional Home Builder (CPHB), which means that you are protected in ways that you are not protected with a builder who is just licensed. Not only is Kerley Family Homes a CPHB; they are a family-owned and operated business. Kerley Family Homes knows that this is one of the biggest investments you will ever make, so they offer a 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty to protect you for years to come.
To take advantage of the 100 percent of closing costs offer from Kerley Family Homes, stop by one of the builder’s communities or visit www.KerleyFamilyHomes.com.
*All information is believed to be accurate but is not warranted. Subject to errors, omissions, changes or withdrawal without notice.