It's Incredible! As our New Home development in Pace continues to grow the community is really taking shape. In the past two months over 5 homes have been sold. The beautiful craftsman and cottage style homes compliment the larger heritage product which are built on larger lots. These homes come with some great features and are being offered at an incredible price from now through the end of the 2012 Parade of Homes with the three best plans selling all inclusive for $125,900. That means that the monthly payments are less than rent at most apartments. In addition with special financing options available through our preferred lenders you can MOVE IN TO YOUR NEW HOME for just $500. That's right. No hidden fees or cost. Of course if you want to put more money down then your monthly payments can be further reduced. These homes won't last long so act quickly. Call a Mitchell Homes representative today for more information and to get A FREE CREDIT EVALUATION to start your home buying process.
Home prices rose in Feb. by most in 7 years
CoreLogic: National home prices rose 10.2% year-to-year in Feb., and 0.5% month-to month. It's the strongest price increase since March 2006. Read more...
Are higher-priced new homes a bargain over time?
Builders have started telling buyers that new homes are better because they cost less to operate than existing homes, though the buyer pays more upfront. Read more...
Check out these New Homes in Pensacola, Florida. Mitchell is building these new homes in Cantonment in the well established neighborhood of Bentley Oaks. These new homes will be priced to include many custom upgrades that were previously only available with an up charge to the buyer. Available in 3 or 4 bedroom model new home plans, these are well equipped for the modern buyers needs and desires. With all the upgrades everything is included at one low price!! The last remaining lots which border the gorgeous park will be built to include these wonderful homes. There are a limited number of lots so don't wait to come order your new home. Check out the flyer for a list of just some of the great amenities that are included in these beautiful homes.
.......could create 5,000 area jobs
In a tactical move in the battle to dominate the global aviation industry, European aerospace giant Airbus announced Monday it will build a plant in Mobile expected to cost $600 million.
The assembly facility will will employ 1,000 people when it reaches full production, likely to be four planes a month by 2017.
The likelihood that companies providing parts and supplies for Airbus will locate in the Pensacola area is high, said business leaders.
"We are going to create great jobs and generate growth right here," Airbus CEO Fabrice Bregier said at the convention center in Mobile, where many of the 2,000 people in attendance waved American flags as music played in the background.
"We know in aerospace, when we create one job, there are about four related jobs, so we could bring as many as 5,000," Bregier said at a later news conference. "The management to the blue collars will be 100 percent American."
The move will boost the Northwest Florida economy and put the area on the "aerospace map," CEO of the Greater Pensacola Chamber Jim Hizer said.
Hizer said Pensacola's close proximity to Mobile will likely spur suppliers for Airbus to build facilities in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties.
Hizer said the chamber has been approached by a supplier about locating a site in Escambia County.
University of West Florida economist Rick Harper said Airbus' decision is a potential "game changer for the Gulf Coast."
Airbus planned to build refueling tankers for the Air Force in Mobile, but its parent company, the European Aeronautic Defense and Space Co., lost the contract to Boeing in 2011.
While Airbus had parts plants in the U.S. before, a full-fledged plane-making factory is a more significant presence and could help it boost its share of U.S. commercial and defense contracts.
The Airbus plant advances the company's strategy of expanding production outside its home base. The company, jointly run by French and German management, wants to expand in China and India as well as the United States.
Airbus plans to manufacture the A320, a widely used plane flown by Delta Air Lines, US Airways and others. The 150-seat plane is generally used on short- and medium-haul flights, and Airbus makes more of them than any of its other planes. They retail for $88 million, although discounts are common for big customers.
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......market isn't what they expected.
LOS ANGELES - June 13, 2012 - A shortage of "move-in ready" homes and bidding wars over houses in good condition are leaving potential buyers scrambling to find a home to buy, according to media reports.......
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