Rouse Chamberlin Homes Launches Home Buyer Bonanza Winter Promo: Up to $40,000 in Upgrades Plus 2% Closing Assistance

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South eastern Pennsylvania home builder Rouse Chamberlin Homes kicks off winter selling season offering up to $40,000 in upgrades and 2% closing assistance.

Area home builder Rouse Chamberlin Homes gave potential buyers two more reasons to buy early in 2012 with their Home Buyer Bonanza program, beginning February 1, 2012.

Up to $40,000 in Free Upgrades
“The up-to-$40,000 in free upgrades offers buyers incredible options at our homes’ starting price,” noted Sales Leader Colleen Whalen. Rouse Chamberlin Homes is offering up to $40,000 of free upgrades, depending on the model and community selected.

Plus 2% Closing Assistance
Cash at closing is sometimes a challenge for buyers who have not saved the cash or are tight on their qualification numbers. The 2% assist is based on the full purchase price and offers buyers an option not available with other builders. This offer is in addition to the upgrades for which the chosen model qualifies.

“Realtors and home buyers have told us that this would make a real difference in home affordability. We are pleased to offer this benefit; it makes buying a new construction home easier,” noted David England, Rouse Chamberlin President. For a buyer purchasing a $350,000 home, that would provide $7,000 of home closing assistance. “For some, that money makes the difference in being able to afford the home.”

The Rouse Chamberlin Homes Home Buyer Bonanza runs through March 31, 2012.

Since 1978, Rouse Chamberlin Homes has been building homes and thriving neighborhoods focused on the home buyers’ needs. The result has included exceptional customer satisfaction results and industry recognition including “National Builder of the Year” and “America’s Best Builder” awards. Current active communities are located in Chester and Montgomery Counties. For more information, visit


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