Stroudsburg; Better Homes and Gardens Wilkins and Associates is proud to say they are handling business for K2 Buildings Solutions, Inc. and Simplex Homes to sell modular homes throughout the greater Pocono region.
Simplex Modular Homes touts that Simplex, in addition to being made in the U.S.A, are built indoors in climate controlled production facilities outside of Scranton, PA. Climate controlled construction may be the single most important advantage Simplex Modular homes have over stick built homes. Said Thomas R. Wilkins, CEO, “Joseph M. Seagraves, BHG Realtor, brought the idea to me and we jumped at the opportunity.”
Simplex Modular Homes has a great product for primary homes, retirement homes, vacation homes, and almost any other type of home that a buyer would want, all affordable. The construction time is much less than what stick home would be.
“The time factor in being able to deliver a product quicker than stick built, particularly in today’s environment, along with the quality of construction and varied selection Simplex’s Modular Homes have cater to all types of buyers, that makes it a good partnership,” said Joseph M. Seagraves, BHG Realtor. Seagraves has been in the building trade for over 30 years and is with Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Wilkins & Associates. Joseph M. Seagraves, BHG Realtor, will represent K2 Building Solutions, Inc.
Simplex Modular Homes qualify for terrific financing programs for Veterans. These financing programs have 100% percent VA financing or USDA affordable financing thru almost any lender. In addition to that, in certain cases, Simplex Homes offers a rebate up of to $7,500.00. Note: The $7,500.00 rebate only applies to certain style homes. It is offered by Simplex Homes not Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Wilkins & Associates or K2 Building Solutions, Inc.
Wilkins also said, “If the Resale inventory goes as low (as some people are saying), this would offer a perfect opportunity for buyers to take advantage of either VA or USDA Funding and 1st time buyers. That is a huge benefit.”
“While the construction business is on hold at this particular time, when it does open back up, builders may have a difficult time marketing for new business because they have to finish the product they have already started. Module Homes don’t really have that problem.” Wilkins further said.
To learn more about module home construction, call Joseph M. Seagraves, BHG Realtor, 570-421-8950 (office) or direct at 570-807-8446.
Learn more about module home construction on the Wilkins website www.wilkins1.com.