Homes for Spring Closing – Now is the time to purchase for Spring at The Gates at King Springs

There is no doubt that January is the perfect month to put your new home under contract to move during the spring.  You  can choose from the quick delivery homes and homes now under construction. When you choose a  quick delivery home, it reduces the time it takes to build a personalized luxury home while still allowing you to select many of the final fixtures and features. With many of the big steps already complete, you’re able to purchase the home closer to the end of the building process with less stress. Expected to be completed in early Spring, hurry now to select your finishes.

The opportunity to choose your home design and personal touches is now available for a limited time during this offer.   Looking for an elevator home?  The very last opportunity for the elevator home is Homesite # 3 with a fantastic offer of $10K off this site plus $5,000 towards closing costs with preferred lender.

Who is purchasing new homes?

According to an article in KeepingMattersCurrent.com Inventory of new homes and resale homes has remained low driving bidding wars and not many starter homes.  One of the big reasons why inventory has remained so low for so long is that an entire generation of home buyers is finally buying! The millennial generation (ages 19-35) has been the driving force behind bidding wars in many areas of the country as they ditch their renter lifestyles and put down roots in new communities.

First American recently released a study entitled “How ‘Renter’ Millennials Will Transform the Housing Market.” In their study, they explained that:

“…As more millennials age into their early-to-mid thirties, and begin to get married, have children and form households, they will continue to be the primary drivers of homeownership demand.”

Because of this, it is safe to say that one aspect of 2019’s housing market that WILL NOT slow down is the demand for housing from young renters who are no longer satisfied living in someone else’s homes.

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