Shreveport, LA (PRWEB) February 27, 2009
The stimulus package gives first time home buyers a big advantage, and, when combined with United-Bilt Homes outstanding financing options, consumers can really maximize their savings. "Time is of the essence for buyers who want to take advantage of this opportunity as only homes purchased after January 1, 2009 and up to December 1, 2009 are eligible," stated the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). Timing is even more critical for home buyers of custom-built homes, because the deadline of December 1, 2009 must be the "date of first occupancy." United-Bilt Homes urges qualifying home buyers to get started with their home building plans as soon as possible. http://www.ubh.com
Deciding to build a new home is exciting, but home buyers are understandably concerned about financing. United-Bilt Homes makes this process easy by offering 100% financing with no-out-of-pocket costs, no payments for six months, no points, and no private mortgage insurance.
The President of United-Bilt Homes, Donald R. Pitts, stated, "Unlike many conventional lenders, we have financing available at attractive rates for qualified buyers. Lumber prices are at an all-time low, and we offer the highest quality homes for the best price. And now, with this generous new tax credit, there's never been a better time to buy a custom-built home." http://www.ubh.com
United-Bilt Homes has been a leader in the home building industry since 1958, specializing in on-your-land construction of new homes. They own and operate their own lumberyard, which supplies building projects, including engineered trusses custom designed for every home. United-Bilt Homes is able to offer all the services needed to build a new home from the ground up. These services include design, financing, construction and even insurance.
With several model home parks located in Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas, hundreds of first time home buyers can purchase a United-Bilt custom-built home with the added reward of the new $8,000 tax credit.
For additional information please contact Susan Idlet at 479-872-3811 or visit http://www.ubh.com.