Coolman Communities: Homes for all seasons

2013-03-23T00:00:00Z Coolman Communities: Homes for all seasonsBY COOLMAN HOMES EXPERTS nwitimes.com
March 23, 2013 12:00 am  • 

Empty Nester Experts?

Well – maybe not. Although we do know a LOT about those empty nester kind of folks, and the kind of “all –season” houses they might want to live in for the next season of their lives.

Over the 40 years that I’ve been developing neighborhoods and building homes in Valparaiso I have always been available to my customers. I have a listed phone number and I live right downtown. Our primary focus is meeting our customer’s needs and focusing on what we can do to meet those needs. We are so proud to say over 1200 folks live in a Coolman Community home. We truly believe the best home we can build for you is the smallest home that will meet your biggest needs.

Maybe you saw the article about our “Master Craftsman” program that appeared in The Times a couple of weeks ago. We’re really proud of the tradesmen who construct our homes – they really are “Master Craftsmen.” We don’t believe that there is any other builder in this area who delivers the level of product that we do – no matter what the price range is.

So if what you’re looking for is a nice empty nester neighborhood in town, we suggest that you come to our special open house weekend in Fairfield Greens – Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 4 each day. If you’re primarily focused on price, when you visit we will be able to tell you exactly what the price is! We’ll be up front about our pricing, about our delivery, and about our warranty – but we can’t do all of those things and be the lowest priced neighborhood in the area – nor would you want us to.

As you’re looking for exceptional neighborhood, with exceptional homes, built by exceptional people, at what actually is an exceptional price – homes that do an exceptional job of meeting the needs of those exceptional people that we call empty nesters – then we suggest you might want to come out this weekend. We’ll have 7 homes you can tour (several completed and a few in various stages of completion) – from our 1704 sq. ft. Creekside Model, which is loaded to the gills and priced @ $283,000, all our homes are 3 bdrm./2 bath, 1415 to 1576 square feet and priced from $209,800 - $244,000 with home site. All of these are wonderful, cozy homes that front onto one of our “Commons” areas in Fairfield Greens – a quiet, tucked away neighborhood that’s almost within walking distance of downtown Valpo.

Speaking of timing - we’ve had people say to us over and over again (after the fact) “Oh, we should have bought here when we had the chance.” We know that sometimes, empty nester folks have a little trouble “pulling the trigger.” And since we’ve never really done the hard sell thing, people have sometimes missed out on the kind of “all-season” house that would have worked for them in this season of their lives.

So – one of the mistakes that we don’t want YOU to make is thinking it is still 2009, when the housing market was incredibly depressed – and prices were too. I don’t know whether you’ve been reading the newspapers (empty nesters still do that) – but the housing market has improved significantly over the last year or so. We had one of the best years we’ve ever had in 2012 – and we’ve had a GREAT start in 2013 and we would love the opportunity to meet with you.

While you are visiting you can also preview the release of our newest phase of The Prairie at Aberdeen or ask about any one of the 5 neighborhoods we are building in.

Fairfield Greens is located off of Hwy 30 and Marsh Street just west of downtown Valparaiso, Follow Marsh Street tucked in behind the Suzie’s Café on Ore Street, Models are open this weekend the 23rd and 24th, Sat. and Sun. from 1 to 4. (We’re also open Tuesday thru Friday from 1 to 4.)

For more information call 219-464-7510. Visit our website www.coolmanbuilt.com

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