Your new home design dreams can come true with Keystone Custom Homes’ Dream Dollars promotion. The Central Pennsylvania and Northern Maryland home builder is offering its buyers $20,000 in Dream Dollars to use in the Keystone Custom Homes Design Gallery to create the home of their dreams. On top of the Dream Dollars, buyers will also receive $5,000 toward closing costs as part of the promotion.*
Dream Dollars can be applied to an extensive variety of new home options like upgraded flooring, appliances, tile, lighting, cabinetry, hardware, etc., in any of the builder’s 44 area single family and townhome communities. With dozens of award-winning floorplans in a wide range of price points, Keystone Custom Homes has the perfect community and home to meet the needs of any buyer.
The Dream Dollars promotion is a limited time offer, so start planning a dream home today by contacting Online Home Advisor Barb DiBrito at 877-513-0385 or visit www.keystonecustomhome.com.
* Buyer must choose $20,000 in Design Gallery options to receive the $20,000 credit. $5,000 closing cost assistance is a builder/lender credit and is subject to lending guidelines. Information while deemed accurate is not guaranteed and is subject to change at any time. Not valid on prior sales. Not applicable in the community of Sadsbury Park. See a New Home Advisor for details.
About Keystone Custom Homes: Keystone Custom Homes, central Pennsylvania’s largest locally owned home builder, has been building quality homes for over 20 years. Keystone Custom Homes is the first home builder in the country to win the prestigious “America’s Best Builder” award three times, selected by Builder Magazine and the National Association of Home Builders. Keystone Custom Homes was ranked as one of the top 100 private companies in Central PA by Central Penn Business Journal, and was profiled as the top performing homebuilder in the region. As one of the largest builder of PA homes, Keystone Custom Homes offers a wide choice of options. It specializes in single-family homes and townhomes in 44 communities throughout Adams, Lancaster, York, Berks, Cumberland, Dauphin, Chester, and Lebanon Counties, as well as the Cecil and Harford Counties in Maryland.