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New Homes in Clermont

Tuesday, March 5, 2019   /   by Leann Harris

New Homes in Clermont

As you already know, Clermont is growing at a fast rate everyday. You are probably not going to find an existing home in this town for under $200,000. And if you do find one, it's going to need a TON of work. Maybe new construction might be the answer for you.

There are several new construction neighborhoods popping up in Clermont, some starting at $200,000. Just take a ride down on S. Hwy 27 and you will see! New construction gives you the ability to have a home all your own right from the start. No costly renovations to meet your needs. Everything is in your control right from the start. Quartz or granite? Laminate or tile? It's all up to you. Upgrades like these can be quite expensive to make in an existing home. 

New construction homes are also more energy efficient. Innovations such as optimized insulation, appliances, and air conditioning now come standard in new homes. The new windows in the home alone can save you big bucks!

Let us know if new construction sounds like the right option for you! We can negotiate price and upgrades on your behalf and get you into your dream home!

Preferred Real Estate Brokers
Karen D. Arlick P.A.
2430 E. Hwy 50, Suite B
Clermont, FL 34711

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