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Ryland Homes holds sales event

Ryland Homes has a worry-free solution for home buyers who want to buy a new home, but fear prices will fall or interest rates will rise after they commit to purchase, said Dana Rogers, the company’s vice president of sales and marketing.

From Jan. 25 through 27, Ryland Homes’ national sales event, called Purchase Power Advantage, will offer home buyers savings with price protection and interest rate protection on new homes.

Rogers said the price protection guarantee means that if prices decline before settlement, the home builder will adjust the price to reflect the lower cost.

Home buyers who finance their mortgage through Ryland Mortgage Co. during the sales event can get the added security of a 4.99 percent fixed rate on a 30-year mortgage, she said.

Even if interest rates go up after they sign their sales contract, customers are still assured the same low rate for the life of their loan, Rogers said.

“We asked hundreds of customers what was most important to them and they said they wanted assurances they were getting a great value and that they would be protected in the event of price or rate adjustments,” Rogers said. “Ryland Homes’ Purchase Power Advantage answers all three of those concerns and gives buyers the ability to get the home of their dreams — not just the home that’s the most affordable.”

During the three-day event, the home builder is offering customers the additional purchase incentive of 50 percent off options and upgrades, she said.

“This means you can get the home designed just for you on the home site you choose at one of the best values in today’s competitive market,” Rogers said. “So, you get not only the home you can afford but also the home you always dreamed of.”

California-based Ryland Homes is a leading national builder that has built more than 270,000 homes and financed more than 230,000 mortgages since its founding in 1967.

The home builder is creating 13 neighborhoods in the Las Vegas area; many are located in master-planned communities, such as Summerlin, Mountain’s Edge and Providence.

The one-, two- and three-story homes range from 1,464 to 4,262 square feet and are priced from the high $100,000s to the low $400,000s. Rooftop decks and two-story master suites are available.

The sales offices will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., daily.

For more information, visit RylandPower.com.

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