Builder Hot Spots Showcases New Lennar Homes In Prosper TX

August 23, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Builder Hot Spots is a website that offers consumers the latest information on new home builders and communities. The site recently announced that there are a number of new builds in the Prosper, Texas area that are ready for purchase. The website enables users to view floor plans and images, sign up for new promotions, learn more about the home building process, compare floor plans to choose a favorite and better understand builders in their local area.

Cat Nguyen, a new home specialist with iSmart Realty says, “We want to make it easy for consumers to find the perfect floor plan for their needs, choose that floor plan and then find a builder that they like. Our site offers quick ready move in homes that are available for purchase.”

Nguyen says that there are currently a number of new homes in Creeks of Legacy community, located in Prosper, Texas. She adds that the community offers a number of luxurious amenities such as a third car garage on many of the available homes, the perfect location for families and a range of Energy Star Certified homes, complete with a number of luxurious extra amenities.

Nguyen recommends that anyone who is interested in learning more about these homes visit their site at www.builderhotspots.com. She adds that with interest rates low homes are starting to sell contact her to get more information or schedule a private viewing.

Lennar Corporation is a home building company that is based in Miami, Florida. The company has built homes all over the nation and got its start back in 1954 as F&R Builders. Founded by Gene Fisher and Arnold Rosen, a real estate developer, the company built many homes from 1954 until 1971 when they changed their name officially to Lennar Corporation.

With their official name change can a public offering of more than $8 million for the company. It was officially listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 1973 and in 1989, originated an “Everything Included” program. This program has helped to make the company what it is today.

“Everything’s Included means that the home has everything that one would possibly need,” says Nguyen. “Lennar simplifies the buying process by including everything that a buyer will need in their new home.”

The Lennar built homes in the Creeks of Legacy community include a number of amenities. One specific home, the McKinley II is a three bedroom and two and a half bathroom home that has an optional fifth bedroom and a theater room and game room upstairs. Those who do not need a formal dining room can opt for a private study instead. The home features a large family room, complete with a fireplace, high ceilings and an entire wall of windows on one side. The home also has the option for a patio fireplace.

The island kitchen includes stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and a private hallway that leads to the master suite, which comes complete with a huge bathroom that features double vanities and separate spa tubs and showers. Nguyen says that this home is nearly 3,000 square feet and perfect for families. She adds that the site offers a look at this and other similar homes for those who are interested in purchasing in the area.

Searching for a new home. Visit Builder Hot Spots online to get an idea of the types of floor plans that are currently available through builders and to get a better idea of the new homes that are available in the Prosper, Texas area.

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For more information about Builder Hot Spots, contact the company here:

Builder Hot Spots
Cat Nguyen
972-515-2111
info@builderhotspots.com
Builder Hot Spots 6860 Dallas Pkwy Ste 200, Plano, TX 75024

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