Historically spring time is the busiest time for home buyers to search for their new home in Atlanta, but this year spring time reached Atlanta much sooner for The Providence Group. The company experienced record sales with 60 homes sold in their Atlanta new home communities which showcase a wide variety of home designs from the $100s to $600s including condos, townhomes and single family homes. As a result of the high demand for homes within the 15+ Providence Group communities, the company has new construction underway throughout Atlanta to try to keep up with the amazing demand.
The Providence Group is well known as the leading luxury home builder in Atlanta offering low maintenance lifestyles, breathtaking streetscapes, extensive amenity packages plus outstanding Atlanta locations. Quick move in homes were available at many of the Atlanta communities easily appealing to Atlanta home buyers who were eager to move into their new home and community. With move in ready homes at an all time low in Atlanta, The Providence Group has been an ideal choice for home buyers seeking quick move in dates match with upscale interiors and design choices. Presale opportunities are also available throughout most of The Providence Group communities for home buyers who have a little more time before they need to move to allow them to hand select their interior color selections and options.
Some of the busiest communities in February included Highlands of Sandy Springs with 14 homes sold, Jamestown in Alpharetta with 10 homes sold and The Park at LaVista Walk in Atlanta with 10 homes sold.
With the high demand for new homes in early 2013, The Providence Group is excited to announce several new community openings for upcoming spring and summer 2013. A few upcoming communities include Whitfield Parc in Smyrna, Ruth’s Farm in Alpharetta and Nesbit Reserve in Roswell. To learn more about our move in ready homes, presales and upcoming communities, please visit The Providence Group website and register online for personalized online service.