To say that the real estate market is hot is certainly an understatement. In fact, the luxury home market is the strongest it has been since 2008. If it is your plan to purchase your dream home this year, the time has never been better.
This article in KeepingCurrentMatters discusses why now is the time to make that move.
As more people continue to identify their changing needs this year, some are turning to the upscale housing sector for more space or finer features. In their most recent Luxury Market Report, the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing (ILHM) shares:
“In a snapshot of 2020, the luxury real estate market has seen one of its strongest years since 2008. In comparison to experts’ predictions in early 2020, it is remarkable how significant demands for property type, location, and amenity preferences have changed amid the pandemic.”
With more opportunities to work from home and a growing interest in having extra space for things like virtual school, working out, and cooking more meals, the desire to own a home that can meet these needs continues to increase. Additionally, record-low mortgage rates are creating opportunities for homebuyers to stretch their legs into higher price points or even expand their real estate portfolios.
For those who have moved to the suburbs and beyond, moving back to the city full time is unlikely while the work from home trend remains. Many of these affluent homeowners are now making their secondary properties their primary residences for the foreseeable future.”
Wescott is now over 75% sold! Now is the perfect time to make your move or you can choose to build your home on a future homesite from our featured plans.
Homesite 59 |$890,400 |710 Wescott Avenue |4Beds, 3.5Baths |3671 SqFt |3 Car Garage | Basement
The Yorktowne is a master on main floorplan with open concept living. Main level of living with study, formal dining room, fireside family room open to eating area and kitchen. The kitchen has a large island and breakfast bar. Huge walk-in pantry and mudroom area. Upstairs has a loft, 2 full baths and 3 secondary bedrooms.
Spring is Coming
Spring is days away and summer will be here before you know it. Love the outdoors during the spring & summer by playing tennis on lighted courts, hanging out in the gazebo, or warming up with the outdoor firepit lounge during the cool evenings. If you must have a staycation, the amenities at Wescott will keep you entertained. These amenities include an opulent clubhouse, swimming pool, tennis courts, playground, gazebo, and an outdoor fire pit lounge. Take the Community Tour here.
Get $30K in design options on pre-sales only plus $5K in closing costs with preferred lender. [see on-site agent for full details]
Lambert High School District
Wescott is located in the Lambert High School District. Lambert is an exemplary school that rates 10 out of 10 on GreatSchools.org and Niche. The high school graduation rate is at 99% of all students. The school is composed of grades 9 through 12, and that equals approximately 3000 students. LHS offers the typical high school experience with numerous academic courses (including AP), clubs, activities, and sports. The Longhorns compete in the 6AAAAAA region for sports.
New Homes from the $700’s to $1 million+ in South Forsyth in sought-after Lambert High School District.
The sales office is located at 690 Nichols Road, Suwanee, GA 30024. Click here to get directions.
Call Deborah Boatright or Debra Dinkins at 770-254-5358 to make an appointment to tour Wescott in South Forsyth.
Take GA 400 north to exit 13 (Hwy. 141) and turn right. Go approximately 3.5 miles and turn left onto Sharon Springs Road, which will turn into Old Atlanta Road. Cross over Windermere Parkway/Mathis Airport Road. Turn left on Nichols Road (just before Lambert High School). The community is on the left.
All sales are being handled by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices – Georgia Properties-New Homes Division. The information above is believed to be accurate but is not warranted, and subject to errors, omissions, changes, or withdrawal without notice.