3 Steps to Experiencing Home at First Sight
It happens in an instant. Maybe it happens when you see one of our most popular home designs right in front of you. Or maybe it’s when you discover that our most popular upgrades are already built in.
No matter when it happens, experiencing Home at First Sight is a once-in-a-lifetime feeling because, with a Move-In-Ready Home, you don’t have to imagine anything. You’re closer to your new home than ever.
Best of all, when you experience it and choose a Move-In-Ready Home before July 15, you’ll save thousands.
So if you’re ready to fall in love with your new home and move in fast, these are the three simple steps you need to follow to experience Home at First Sight.
1. Choose Where You Want to Live
Whether you want to live in Maryland or Virginia, you’ll find our communities perfectly located across the region. You’ll never have to worry about having shopping, dining, entertainment or commuter routes nearby because we only build in the best locations.
2. Select Your Home Style
Looking for a low-maintenance townhome or a spacious single family home for your growing family? Maybe a convenient, accessible home in a 55+ Active Lifestyle Community? You can find just what you’re looking for right here on our website.
Use our powerful search tools to narrow your search and find the ideal home style in one of 9 great communities offering Move-In-Ready Homes right now.
3. Schedule Your Tour
Once you find a Move-In-Ready Home that piques your interest, you won’t want to wait. Get in touch with me so that we can get a tour scheduled for you. The sooner you get to the community and see the home for yourself, the sooner you can fall in love and lock in our best price before interest rates rise again.
As always, I’m here to help you find the perfect new home, so don’t hesitate to reach out to me with any questions you have during your search. Happy home shopping!
Amy Dooling is Winchester’s New Home Specialist. If you’re interested in a Winchester Home or community in Maryland or Northern Virginia, you can email Amy or call her at (240) 517-1050.