Lennar to sell decorated home models in area neighborhoods

Lennar is selling 18 professionally decorated model homes throughout the Las Vegas area. Prices begin in the low $200,000s.

Features offered are enhanced landscaping and professionally designed interiors that are upgraded to include flooring, wall treatments and built-ins such as media niches and wine racks.

"The benefits of buying a model home are related to the quality of work put into them," said Jeff Galindo, vice president of sales for Lennar Las Vegas. "We've worked with the area's top designers who are experts at maximizing the benefits of the living space. They stay on top of the latest trends and are able to showcase the style, flow and livability of the homes."

"Each model home design is intended to accommodate a specific lifestyle that fits the home and fits the area," Galindo said. "Now all these homes need is to find their perfect match.

"We are providing customers with a variety of choices in new home styles, locations and price ranges that include a wide array of elegant features and incredible financing programs designed to surpass their expectations," he said.

Lennar adds upgrades like granite countertops, stainless steel GE appliances and European cabinetry within the home, all price inclusive.

Since being founded more than 50 years ago, Lennar has grown to become one of the nation's leading home builders, according to Galindo.

He said the builder has hundreds of neighborhoods nationwide and has offered a product designed for first-time, move-up and luxury homebuyers.

Lennar has long distinguished itself by including everything as standard, Galindo said. The builder's philosophy and motto is "Everything You Want, Everything You Need, That's the Logic of Lennar."

Sales offices and home models are open 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday and noon to 5 p.m. Monday.

For more information, call 877-260-0507 or visit Lennar.com.


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