March 19, 2012
Miller & Smith, the Washington region’s most award-winning homebuilder, continues to win over Veterans and Active Duty military with award-winning homes and special incentives in the popular town center community of Madison Crescent in Gainesville, Virginia.
In 2011, Miller & Smith began expanding upon the benefits of the federal VA Home Loan program, designed to help former and current members of the United States Military purchase a home.
“The program was so well received last year that we’re continuing to add extra incentives for anyone who qualifies for a VA loan,” said Kim Ambrose, Vice President of Marketing, Miller & Smith.
Homebuyers who qualify for a VA Home Loan can enjoy incredible benefits, such as zero-down-payment mortgages, and up to $10,000 in closing cost assistance paid by Miller & Smith. Awards for superior design and architecture, beating out homes priced up to $100,000 more.
Located at the intersection of Route 29 and Route 15, just minutes from I-66, Madison Crescent offers easy access to bases throughout Northern Virginia, including Quantico, Fort Belvoir, Fort Myer, and the Pentagon. The homes also feed into highly ranked Prince William County schools, further boosting their popularity with military families.
A true Town Center community, the homes of Madison Crescent are built around a central marketplace, featuring a Harris Teeter grocery store surrounded by shops and restaurants. Upcoming planned amenities include a neighborhood pool, which is scheduled to open summer 2012.
Miller & Smith is one of the largest private homebuilders in the Washington Metropolitan region. Founded in 1964, it has built more than 5,250 single family homes, 8,600 townhomes and 2,100 condominiums, and developed 12,500 homesites in 90 communities throughout Maryland, Virginia and Delaware. Along the way, Miller & Smith has earned a reputation for creating homes and communities that stand out for their inventiveness and imagination.
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