Friday, January 28, 2011

D.R. Horton Oahu Home Sale

In an attempt to drive home sales, D.R. Horton will be throwing the kind of flash sale you usually only see at auto dealerships and department stores. The D.R. Horton “Super Sale,” which takes place Jan. 29 and 30, will have a football theme where buyers can score (bad pun intended) reduced prices, $10,000 towards closing costs and $2,000 bonuses for buyers who win a football-throwing contest. The sale applies to all three D.R. Horton Oahu communities, and there will be different price reductions and incentives for each neighborhood:

Makalae at Sea Country in Maili: Homes in this Waianae community start at $354,000. For the sale, prices will be reduced by up to $5,000, plus they’ll throw in backyard landscaping and $10,000 toward closing costs. For information about this specific community, call 668-9088.

Kahiwelo at Makakilo: This neighborhood’s three-, four- and five-bedroom homes start around $639,000. At the sale, prices will be cut on specific units by $10,000, plus you can receive $10,000 toward closing costs. Call 672-7533 for more information.

Pulewa at Mehana in Kapolei: These brand-new townhomes are priced at $384,000 and up. The sale includes $3,000 price reductions and a $10,000 closing-cost credit. For more info, call 674-2660.

 

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