New pricing for Mirada – Homes start at $169,900

I survived the two consecutive weekends of the COBA Tour of Homes and am finally caught up contacting my leads. Going into the Tour, we thought we were priced well but were discouraged that we didn’t sell any homes so we had a meeting and decided to reduce prices substantially. Brand new homes at Mirada now range from $169,900 – $234,900 (formerly $189,900 – $259,900). I’m amazed at the competition right now in the $200,000 – $225,000 price range. It’s not good enough to be priced well. We’re convinced we have to offer more for less money and we’re confident that we now offer exactly that.

You can get into a 1332 sq. ft., 3 bedroom/2 bath home for $209,900. That price includes tile countertops in the kitchen and bath, hardwood floors, solid wood doors, brushed silver kitchen appliances (excluding fridge) and front landscaping with sprinkler system. You can choose any lot in Phase 1 and it takes about 90 days to build. As of now, there is no premium for the larger cul-de-sac lots. You can also choose from 3 interior finish packages and 5 exterior body/trim combinations. There are also numerous upgrade options.

Other floor plans range from an 1101 sq. ft., 2 bedroom/2 bath home ($169,900 with the same amenities listed above) to an 1827 sq. ft., 4 bedroom/2.5 bath home ($234,900).

You can scroll down and read my previous Mirada posts to view the digital renderings. I can also email the floor plans. The model will be open every Sat/Sun, usually from 12-4. Mirada is located on NE Butler Market Rd. between 27th and Eagle Rd. I hope you can stop by.


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