India Currents recently released an article identifying Lennar as a the premier choice for Indian foreign homebuyers. Lennar Corporation, one of the nation’s largest homebuilders, is well positioned to meet the needs of international buyers as their real estate destination. Find out why foreign buyers are choosing Lennar homes in this recent Indian Currents article.
Since its founding in 1954, Lennar has proven to be an ideal option for foreign and American buyers alike, building and selling homes for hundreds of thousands of families. Known for their commitment to Quality, Value and Integrity, Lennar currently operates in nineteen states around the United States.
It is for this experience in homebuilding, and commitment to building excellent homes in thriving high-tech and high-finance cities, that Indians are flocking to Lennar homes. In cities like San Jose, California; Dallas/Forth Worth, Texas; or the DC Metro area in Virginia, with top-notch school districts and no shortage of easily accessible entertainment and activities, all the promises of the American Dream can be fulfilled.
Lennar’s ever-growing Indian home owner base is not exclusively people relocating for work, as a fair amount are newlyweds, whose India-based parents gift them a lovely home to begin marital life or individuals purchasing investment properties and an array of other reasons.
As Lennar continues to build luxurious, modern homes, ideally located in prime markets and school districts; Indians will continue to flock to those communities. Whether they are relocating from India to the US for work, newlyweds in search of a new first home or India-based individuals in search of the perfect investment property; it seems that there isn’t a better US-based developer more qualified to help them navigate the home-buying process than Lennar.
Visit www.lennar.com to see all that Lennar has to offer. You may also wish to check out www.lennarindia.com, to learn a bit more about Lennar’s commitment to real estate professionals seeking to work with Lennar.
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