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Pulte to help buyers with closing costs

Pulte Homes is offering as much as 3 percent off closing costs at four of its single-family neighborhoods, which are spread across the Las Vegas Valley.

Home prices start in the low $200,000s. Each house comes with a 10-year limited warranty and is known as a Life Tested home, as the builder says it is built for life, and for how families actually live in their homes.

Homes at Summerlin’s Terraza Amado at The Mesa village range from 2,110 to 2,575 square feet and offer as many as five bedrooms and 3½ baths. Two model homes, which are professionally decorated and come with landscaped yards, are available for sale at Ventana Amado at The Mesa. Residents also have access to a private community pool and park.

A collection of four designs is at Villa Trieste in Summerlin Centre. Pulte officials said it is the only Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, or LEED-certified, community in the valley.

Homes range from 1,487 to 1,960 square feet, and have as many as four bedrooms and 2½ baths. Solar systems are offered.

Buyers also can choose from six home designs at Tierra Vista in Mountain’s Edge, a master-planned community in the southwestern valley. Plans range from 1,947 to 2,792 square feet with as many as six bedrooms and 4½ baths.

Pulte Homes has consistently ranked among top homebuilders in third-party customer satisfaction studies. For more information about Pulte Homes, visit www.pulte.com.

For sales and lifestyle information on all Las Vegas Pulte Homes communities, call 866-987-8583 or visit pulte.com.

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