When most of my clients purchase a home, they'll often spend the first few weeks practically living at Home Depot. And, I'm not just talking about the ones that buy fixer-uppers. When moving into a home, there are many things that will often need to be fixed, replaced, remodeled, renovated, etc. Whether it's new lighting fixtures, outlet face plates that match your style, new cabinetry, paint, bulbs, or even plants and flowers, you can buy it at Home Depot.
I know that when my wife and I purchased our condo, we made many a trip to Home Depot (luckily we've got one less than 3/4 mile from home).
The Home Depot PR Department did not pay me for the preceding message. Nor do I have anything against Lowe's or other do-it-yourself local hardware stores.
However, I am happy to announce a special new exclusive promotion. If you're ready to buy a house in Northern Virginia, you can get a complimentary $200 Home Depot Gift Card through our newest deal.
Here's the details -- GET A COMPLIMENTARY $200 HOME DEPOT GIFT CARD!:
1. You must have a contract to purchase a home with a RE/MAX Allegiance agent and RE/MAX Allegiance as the brokerage team prior to the termination of this promotion. (It doesn't have to be me, but of course, that would be nice.)
2. You must acquire your home with a loan from Bank of America and use a Bank of America "In-House" Loan Officer associated with the Annandale, Virginia office of Bank of America.
3. You must close your home purchase at one of the offices of The Settlement Group. You are not required to purchase title insurance through The Settlement Group to take advantage of this offer. If you wish to obtain title insurance or if it is required by your lender, you are free to select your title insurance provider.
4. This promotion is effective beginning April 1, 2009 and may be terminated at any time at the sole discretion of RE/MAX Allegiance.
Follow all the rules and you'll get a $200 Home Depot gift card at settlement. That will go a ways towards helping you with projects in your new home. As they say, every little bit helps.