Broomfield, CO, September 11, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Toll Brothers, the nation’s leading builder of luxury homes, will celebrate autumn with limited-time savings and incentives during its National Sales Event, which takes place from Sept. 12 to 27. This event will give luxury home buyers the chance to get even more value for their money, and to build even greater personalization into their new homes. In addition to savings and incentives, buyers can also lock in still-low interest rates.
“This is the perfect opportunity for home buyers who want to customize their new homes with all the bells and whistles,” said Kira Sterling, Chief Marketing Officer. “Home shoppers who choose to buy during the event will be able to build a home that reflects their life and their lifestyle for less; they’ll also have the chance to learn firsthand about Toll Brothers’ extraordinary quality, value, and style, and to see for themselves why Toll Brothers should be their builder of choice.”
During the National Sales Event, home buyers can choose from a stunning selection of home styles and picturesque home sites in communities that are situated in the best locations, and they can personalize the home of their dreams from an extensive list of customizing options.
Toll Brothers offers a wide variety of luxury homes and communities in 19 states throughout the country, catering to a variety of lifestyles including traditional, urban, resort, and active adult. This iconic builder has come to represent the very best of American craftsmanship, which is further enhanced by its long-time partnerships with finest-quality companies like Kohler®.
Toll Brothers has an esteemed history of integrity, quality, and value. Among many other awards, the company was just recognized by Fortune magazine as one of the World’s Most Admired Companies 2015, ranking #1 in the Homebuilding Industry and first in People Management, Use of Corporate Assets, Quality of Management, and Long-Term Investment Value. The company was also named America’s Most Trusted Home Builder™ for 2015 by Lifestory Research,* receiving the highest numerical score among the largest 133 home builders in the country in a study that measures, among other things, perceptions of quality, price, reputation, and trust. These most recent awards are consistent with the respect and admiration the luxury home builder has enjoyed for decades from peers and homeowners alike.
To take advantage of this opportunity offered only through the National Sales Event, buyers must make a deposit between Sept. 12 and 27. Savings and incentives will vary among communities and will comprise a package of savings created specifically for this event, so buyers should contact their community of interest and speak with a sales representative to learn more.
National Sales Event savings and incentives will be available at the following participating communities in the area:
• The Hills at Parker (near E. Hilltop Road and Canterberry Parkway), 720-379-7829
• The Highlands at Parker (near E. Hilltop Road and Canterberry Parkway), 303-955-5031
• The Preserve at McKay Shores in Broomfield (near 136th and Huron Street), 303-450-1110
• The Enclave at McKay Shores in Broomfield (near 136th and Huron Street), 303-452-5173
• Kechter Farm in Fort Collins (near Trilby and Ziegler Roads), 970-221-2227
Toll Brothers, an award-winning Fortune 1000 company founded in 1967, embraces an unwavering commitment to quality and customer service. Toll Brothers is currently building nationwide and is a publicly owned company whose stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE:TOL). In addition to the abovementioned honors, the Company was also recently named national Builder of the Year by BUILDER magazine, and was twice named national Builder of the Year by Professional Builder magazine.
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*Toll Brothers received the highest numerical score in the United States in the proprietary Lifestory Research 2015 America’s Most Trusted™ Home Builder study. Study based on 43,200 new home shoppers in 27 markets. Proprietary study results are based on experiences and perceptions of consumers surveyed between January and December 2014.