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Mar
06

My Site Program for PA New Homes Comes to Adam, York and Cumberland Counties

My Site Program

Build PA New Homes on Your Land with My Site Program

What better way to enjoy the majestic scenery of south central PA than to purchase your own piece of land and build a custom PA new home there? Many PA, WV and MD residents have often dreamed of building a custom home in places like Adams, York, and Cumberland counties, but usually the thought of going custom sounds intimidating and expensive.

Custom can be a nightmare if you aren’t careful – choosing the wrong PA builder can result in expensive delays, unforeseen curveballs and costly re-dos. But what if you could get all of the advantages of customizing a home to your taste and building on your lot? With S&A, we can do just that.

With our My Site program, we will work with you to determine which of our 60+ plans are the best fit for both your family’s needs and the lot on which you want to build on. We will meet with you onsite and give you a complete estimate of every cost you could expect before there is any commitment for you to purchase. Should you choose to build with S&A Homes, we will assign a project manager that will oversee every step of the process to ensure you can leave the stressful stuff to us! Plus, we offer in-house financing solutions so you can leverage today’s low interest rates on a construction loan.

So, what’s holding you back? Even if you don’t own your piece of ground yet, we can still meet you on the site you are thinking of purchasing to give you an estimate before you make your buying decision. We offer our My Site program throughout many parts of PA and WV, including Franklin, Perry, Cumberland, Adams and York Counties, all located in south central Pennsylvania.

For more information, please visit us on the S&A Homes website or contact Kristen Yohn at 717-334-7822.

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