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Jan
14

Investing in Land is a Great Alternative

Low interest rates, affordable housing prices, and abundant inventory translate to all-time highs in the housing affordability index, giving buyers an incredible opportunity to maximize their dollar.  Many prospective buyers, however, are also sellers and have either been reluctant to list their homes at today’s values or have been unsuccessful with selling their home.

Some buyers are leveraging the best of both worlds by purchasing a finished lot up front and building their home after their current residence is sold.  For those of you debating whether to sell your home or sit this market out, consider these points:

#1 – The vast majority of buyers will save far more than they lose by choosing to sell their home at today’s value since they can capitalize on some great housing deals.

#2 – Today’s low interest rates offer buyers a chance to save hundreds in monthly payments compared to even a year or two ago.

#3 – Purchasing a high performance home, like S&A’s E-Home saves thousands of dollars in energy bills since they are, on average, 30% more energy efficient than a code minimum home.

Ok – for those of you still shaking your heads…consider a different option:

How about purchasing a finished lot in a community you have always wanted to live in?  With lots starting at just $33,900, S&A Homes is offering purchasers a rare opportunity to invest in their future home by purchasing their choice piece of land in select neighborhoods in York, Harrisburg, Greencastle, Chambersburg and Martinsburg, WV.

Whether you seek the tranquility of a 1-acre home site located in Northridge, just outside of Hagerstown MD for a mere $42,900 or wish to be located closer to the action of Harrisburg and York, we have something for you.  But you better hurry – deals like this will be snatched up quickly!

For more information about purchasing an individual lot, contact Vitto Pasko at 717-577-0676 or email at vjp100@sahomebuilder.com .

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