Orlando, FL, October 01, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Exciting news from the headquarters of ABD Development Company in Davenport, Polk County was announced today, which will further encourage buyers and investors of real estate in the region. This custom luxury home builder of iconic models such as the Courtyard is offering a $5,000 closing cost credit on move-in-ready homes in Central Florida. This incentive applies to four move-in ready homes in Sherbrook Springs at Providence (priced from $280-$300k), three move-in ready golf course front homes in Heritage Green at Providence (various price points), and only one home left in Windsor Landing at Wyndham Lakes Estates ($395k).
The $5,000 closing cost credit incentive to purchase one of these move-in ready homes of celebrated style and design applies to full price contracts only. ABD’s luxury home inventory includes many options for size, type of home, and cost, while the affordable ownership costs of living in Providence are especially appealing. Hurricane season has had Central Florida in the spotlight as it often does but those living in the Sunshine State have a tendency to move on quickly. The sense of need to help others in less fortunate situations shines brightly in ABD Development’s crown jewel community of Providence, and this year is a standout in that regard.
“Our Central Florida region was quite affected by Hurricane Irma but we are fortunate to report that Providence Golf and Country Club Community was one of the only large developments in Polk County to not lose power during the storm,” says Yuval Botansky, President of ABD Development Company. “We are also happy to note that many of our residents are reporting that their ABD built homes withstood against hurricane wind and rain damage beyond expectation. We also extend our admiration to the many residents who went immediately into action after the storm to help those in dire need in other areas outside of Providence.”
Also coming up for Providence Golf and Country Club Community is the 5th Annual Pink Classic Golf Outing on October 7th, hosted by ABD and the other very generous builders of Providence. $75 per player includes golf, cart, lunch, four drink tickets while golfing, two hours of draft beer after golf, as well as a delicious dinner and many prizes. This is followed by the Walk to End Breast Cancer on October 14th, held at lovely Lake Mirror with the purpose to raise awareness and funds to save lives from breast cancer. Moneys raised are donated to The American Cancer Society. The walks are noncompetitive, three to five miles long, and charitable donations will fund innovative research, provide free services, and ensure that information reaches those diagnosed with this devastating disease.
For more information about ABD Development, please see http://www.abddevelopment.com.
For more information about Providence, please visit http://www.providenceflorida.com.