A Different Class Of New ConstructionThere tends to be a trend with New Construction homes throughout the Sacramento valley these days and that trend is adding on additional cost. Most
Have you heard of Renaissance at Dry Creek?
A Different Class Of New Construction
There tends to be a trend with New Construction homes throughout the Sacramento valley these days and that trend is adding on additional cost. Most builders throughout the area are adding Home Owner Association (HOA) fees, Mello Roos, and a Solar lease. These can easily add up to an additional $300 to $500 per month.
Well not at Renaissance at Dry Creek. At Renaissance at Dry Creek by New Faze Developement, there is no HOA, no Mello Roos, and no mandatory Solar lease. Prices are starting at $338,100. All homes feature at least 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms and range in size from 1318 sq ft to 1628 sq ft. And right now there is a promotion going on that provides up to a $8,000 credit that can be used towards closing cost or home upgrades if using the builders preferred lender.
Here is a brief walkthrough of the Portofino model which is the largest home available.
Lastly, if you are interested in seeing the available homes CLICK HERE.
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