We’re unboxing 5% of your home’s purchase price ($25,0000 Maximum) as Flex Dollars to be used toward a Home Discount or Closing Costs when you purchase a qualifying Quick Move-in Home in Orlando between July 1 and August 31, 2019. This home must close on or before September 27, 2019 to be eligible for the discount. Incentive is limited to actual Closing Costs incurred, subject to any regulatory limits on Seller contribution to Closing Costs. No cash will be given outside of closing. David Weekley Homes reserves the right to terminate program or change rules at any time. The Welwood, a 2 Story, 4 Bedroom, 2.5 Bathroom home with a Study and Upstairs Retreat is an open floor plan that offers soaring ceilings and the freedom to design your ideal living space. Each upstairs bedroom includes a private walk in closet and plenty of space for unique personality. Enjoy entertaining your family and friends in your gourmet kitchen which features a breakfast island and a walk in pantry. Your downstairs master bedroom suite includes a super shower, and an ample walk in closet. Enjoy the beautiful sunsets when relaxing on your extended lanai in the evening! Come see for yourself why Clermont is one of the fastest growing areas in Central Florida! Feel confident buying your next home from the largest privately-held home builder in America because of our 40-year reputation for delivering quality new homes, customer satisfaction, and warranty service.
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