Now every homebuyer qualifies for a Stimulus Packet, in The Reserve at Hidden Lake, Sanford.
Atlantic Development Corporation is going to double the Stimulus Packet for buyers in The Reserve at Hidden Lake in Sanford. As of today, and for the month of July 2009, all those who purchase homes in The Reserve at Hidden Lake will receive an $8,000 stimulus packet from the developer, and first time Home Buyers who qualify, will receive additional $8,000 federal tax credit. In other words, a qualifying first time homebuyers will get up to $16,000 when purchasing a home in The Reserve at Hidden Lake.
This is how it works; the $8,000 stimulus from ADC is given to any buyer of a home in the subdivision and can be used for closing cost, upgrades or down payment. It can not be applied as a down payment on a FHA insured loan. The $8,000 federal tax credit is for qualifying first time homebuyers that close on their transaction before December 1st 2009.
Big Eco friendly bonus.
The homes in The Reserve at Hidden Lake are all Eco friendly, designed, with insulated walls, additional insulation in the ceiling, zoned air-conditioning and electronic thermostats. All features that will save the homeowner money and reduce the cost of owning an ADC built home. Other benefits of owning an ADC built home in The Reserve at Hidden Lake; are the incredibly low price of the homes and today's low mortgage rates, which makes this an incredible opportunity for the homebuyers of today.
The Reserve of Hidden Lake (www.TheReserveatHiddenLake.com) is a small subdivision on Peterson Place in Sanford, with 26 single family attached homes. Priced today at $179,000
The Viking Team (www.thevikingteam.com) it a father and a daughter team of Realtors, serving home buyers and sellers in Central Florida for 10 years.
Atlantic Development Corporation (http://www.adcfl.com/) Atlantic Development Corporation is a diversified firm specializing in commercial and residential projects. That encompasses virtually every area of the marketplace from site selection to occupancy throughout Central Florida.
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