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Enticing Buyers With Transitional Design

May 29, 2019
Many first-time buyers and young families are waiting longer to purchase homes than previous generations did. When they finally decide to buy, some projects naturally captivate their interest, especially when they offer distinctive design, functional lifestyle layouts and compelling price points.

Piquing that initial interest starts at the street. Not all younger buyers want modern, but they do want current and contemporary. At The Retreats at Haven, they can get all three thanks to a transitional design program. By using contemporary elements with traditional materials, these homes feel distinctively different than the typical two-story options in the area.

Inside, floor plans offer a few unique layouts and room configurations to further differentiate The Retreats at Haven from the competition. Even at the lowest square footages, plans feature open layouts, expansive master suites and walk-in closets in all secondary bedrooms. At higher price points, master bedrooms offer separate lounge areas, and flex space allows buyers to add a touch of customization to each plan.


The Retreats at Haven are proving that elevation design is a key strategy that gives builders a competitive advantage. Further entice buyers with functional, flexible floor plans and your project will encourage that long-awaited purchase decision.

For more information about The Retreats at Haven, visit their website.