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Top 10 Reasons Antares Homes Salespeople Are the Best!

Categories: Featured, Home Building 101, Homeowner Tips, Neighborhood News | Posted: December 2, 2010

Contender for Salesperson of the Year: Monique Tinsley!

1)     We are present at our sales offices during operating hours:

We have heard from our customers that Builder A is never open, or Builder B never has a salesperson at the office even though it is open.  We are in the business of selling homes and that can’t be done without a salesperson to meet with you!

2)   We are excited to see you when you walk in our door:

All of our salespeople will give you a hearty welcome when you come to our offices.  We know that there are many other builders to choose from and we are glad to have the opportunity to serve you!

3)    We want to know what your needs are:

Don’t be taken off guard when you are in one of our sales offices and our salespeople are asking you endless amounts of questions!  It is important for us to make sure we match you to the right home or floor plan.  We are focused on building neighborhoods that are occupied by happy Home Owners just like you!

4)   We know a lot about financing:

In the current financial landscape, lending regulations change very often.  We do our best to prepare for upcoming changes and understand what all the options are.  Each Home Owner has a unique set of circumstances and we need to be able to problem solve on the fly. 

5)    We can help you with your credit:

As lending regulations change, so do credit requirements.  We have experienced several increases to the bottom line credit score requirements and have figured out several ways we can help our customers to increase their scores without enrolling in pricey credit repair programs.

6)   We are knowledgeable about construction:

We have the luxury of working with Certified Graduate Builders who teach us about why we build homes the way we do.  If we don’t know an answer off the top of our heads, an expert is a phone call away!

7)    We are dedicated to customer service:

We want to make sure you have the best home buying experience possible and that starts with good follow up.  We make sure to keep in touch with you even before you buy a home with us.

8)   We are honest:

We offer the best value at the best price.  No bait and switch here!

9)   We are constantly striving to improve:

Our sales people attend weekly training.  We rely on each other for feedback and help.  We have a spirit of service to each other as co-workers that benefits our customers.

10)                       We have fun!

If you only knew…

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Holiday Decorations

Categories: Featured, Homeowner Tips | Posted: November 29, 2010

Better Homes and Gardens "December Sunshine"

Over the long weekend a lot of families were in their yards placing their decorations and Holiday lights.  It seems like every year the scenes in the yard and the decorations in the front windows get more and more elaborate.  I am not talented at decorating anything including my living room and I rarely decorate for the Holidays because it can be so overwhelming for me.    So since my stepdaughter really wants to decorate this year I have been debating whether or not to put up a tree.  So, I thought what if I did smaller arrangements through out the house instead of a big tree?  Here are some easy ideas for Holiday decorating that I found:

Simple Ways to Decorate for Christmas from Better Homes and Gardens.  Some of theses ideas look really simple and very pretty.  I am going to try a few and then post them later.

Holiday Decorating made Easy by Good Housekeeping.  I love the snowflake garland!  It reminds me of making snowflakes in Elementary school.

101 Easy Ideas from All Things Christmas.  I love #43!

If you are really crafty and ambitious, (unlike me), here is a great video on how to decorate a tree with spectacular ribbons.  It looks so beautiful, but not something I am going to attempt!

Thank goodness for DoItYourself.com!  One of their first pieces of advice is to bring out all of the red and green items you already have in your home and group them together.  I really feel like a “duh!” head when I read advice like that, but if they didn’t print it, I would never have thought of it!

MMMmmmmm  Clove oranges!

How to decorate on a budget!  I love this one because I really don’t want to spend a lot of money to decorate my home for only six weeks out of fifty-two weeks!  The use what you have section is my favorite.

How could I have forgotten about Popcorn Garlands?

Maybe I will have a tree this year, but it may be a smaller one.  I saw lots of pretty arrangements calling for a smaller tree doing research for this post.  I found that there are many more decorating ideas for those people who are a little craftier and have a better decorating sense than I am in possession of.  I don’t know about you, but in my opinion, making a wreath is not for beginners.  Please make use of the comments section and send me any ideas or experiences you have had with making simple and easy Holiday decorations!

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