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Buds on the Trees, Savings in the Air

Cross Creek Ranch - Buds on the Trees, Savings in the Air

March 11, 2019

We can’t think of a more beautiful place to be than Cross Creek Ranch in the spring. The flowers are blooming, the trees are budding and our builders are offering great savings. See what you can pick up today.

Lennar Homes

Lennar has been building amazing homes for 65 years. In honor of their anniversary, they are giving you the gift of savings. Purchase a new home by March 31, finance through Eagle Home Mortgage and you will only pay $65 in earnest money.

Darling Homes

Closing costs? Not with Darling Homes. Purchase your new home by March 31 and the builder will pay up to $10,000 toward them.

Village Builders

Village Builders has cooked up the ultimate upgrade with the purchase of any of their new homes. Purchase a build-to-order home and receive $10,000 toward design studio credit. Receive a $5,000 Williams Sonoma gift card when you purchase a select quick move-in home. The offer ends May 31.

Taylor Morrison

Breathe easier knowing that Taylor Morrison will build your dream home and help you save money. Purchase by March 31 and the builder will pay up to $7,000 toward your closing costs. On top of that, you can save money on your mortgage payments with a special 2.875 percent interest rate the first year you own your home. This great offer is good on to-be-built and inventory homes in all Taylor Morrison neighborhoods, including Bonterra!

Where Your Kids Can Grow

Where do you want your little ones to grow up? How about a place where kids can be kids? At Cross Creek Ranch your kids can explore the outdoors, learn about nature, play at the pool with friends and walk to school. It’s the way kids were meant to grow up. Visit our Welcome Center to learn more.

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