With the launch of My Style Quick-Move Homes, Brookfield Residential is giving DC area home buyers the opportunity to personalize and take the keys to a new home in less than half the time of starting from scratch.
Until now, if a home shopper wanted to have a say in the design selections of a brand new home, they’d have to wait four months or more before they could move in. My Style Quick-Move Homes is an innovative solution that offers the best of both worlds. These homes are nearly complete and available for home shoppers to tour. All that’s missing are the finishes. Once a home shopper finds the home they want, they’ll still have time to add their style by selecting flooring, tile, cabinets, counters and more.
“We know that when you decide to purchase a new home, you can’t wait to start enjoying it,” Brookfield Residential Vice President of Sales & Marketing Gregg Hughes said. “But the home should also reflect your style and tastes. My Style Quick-Move Homes are the answer.”
From start to finish, the process of purchasing and personalizing a My Style Quick-Move home typically takes less than two months. It’s the absolute fastest way to get a new and personalized home, built with style, craftsmanship and energy efficiency.
Brookfield Residential has launched My Style Quick-Move Homes in Maryland at Admirals Square in Annapolis. In Virginia, these homes are available at Avendale in Bristow, Mayfair in Purcellville and Snowden Bridge near Winchester.
Over the coming weeks, more communities will begin offering this unique opportunity. To learn more, visit BrookfieldDC.com/MyStyle.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/my-style-quick-move-homes-new-personalized-homes-ready-in-two-months/14305.
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