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Pratt Home Builders Joins NewHomesAmerica.com Rebate Program.

Tennessee New home buyers offered Visa gift card worth thousands

2011-04-26
CHATTANOOGA, TN, April 26, 2011 (Press-News.org) NewHomesAmerica.com, a new website that offers home buyers a rebate of 1.25% of the price of their new home if they buy from a participating builder, announced today that Pratt & Associates, which has more than 10 years of experience developing over 30 new home communities in Tennessee, Georgia and Mississippi is participating in its unique Buyer Rebate Program.

Pratt & Associates is constructing new home communities in Chattanooga, Franklin, Ooltewah, and Collegedale, Tennessee selling single family detached homes at prices ranging from $100,000 to $800,000. Prospective home buyers can see the details by going to http://www.NewHomesAmerica.com and clicking on the link for Pratt Home Builders or by clicking on the link Cities with Participating Builders.

The website is free for anyone to use to find the best new homes for sale everywhere in America. To receive a rebate of 1.25% of the cost of their new home, buyers simply register with the site and when they find a community they wish to visit they make an appointment directly with the participating builder's sales staff using the email or telephone contact information shown there.
Pratt & Associates is a full-service builder specializing in the development, design and construction of starter, custom and multi-family homes as well as urban development projects. With more than 10 years of experience developing over 30 communities in Chattanooga, TN., Nashville, TN., Knoxville, TN., Savannah, GA., and Tunica, MS., Pratt & Associates is recognized as one of the elite builders in the southeast.
By using http://www.newhomesamerica.com home buyers will have thousands of dollars to use to buy window treatments, HDTV sets, art, furnishings or anything else they want for their new home.

Contact; Dave Ross - 202 455-6564 or daveross@newhomesamerica.com for additional information

NewHomesAmerica.com is a new kind of "Real Estate" website. We are not a real estate broker! We don't sell homes! We don't pitch mortgages or moving services. We don't sell advertising space on our site to builders or home owners.

So how do we help in your search for a new home? We allow builders to promote their new home communities here for free and make it easy for you to peruse those offerings and make appointments to visit their communities.

If you choose to deal direct with one of our builders you become a very valuable customer. When you register as a member, follow our simple guidelines for dealing directly with the builder, you will earn a substantial "REBATE" in the form of a VISA pre-paid gift card worth 1.25% of the sales price of the home you purchase. That can come in handy when moving into a new home... anything from window treatments, to furniture or even a surround sound home theater system!


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[Press-News.org] Pratt Home Builders Joins NewHomesAmerica.com Rebate Program.
Tennessee New home buyers offered Visa gift card worth thousands