M/I Homes Launches First Ever Nationwide Sales Event Best Incentives of the Year coupled with favora
M/I Homes (NYSE:MHO), one of the nation’s leading and most respected homebuilders, is launching their first ever nationwide sales event. Named the Dream Big Nationwide Sales Event, the company is offering consumers more incentives and opportunities to own the new M/I home of their dreams. It’s poised to be their biggest and best sales event of the year.
Each of M/I’s fifteen markets is offering programs that suit the unique wants and needs of their customers.
M/I Homes is well known for building a better home. Design is the cornerstone of their M/I difference. The latest trends in home design are clearly visible in M/I’s floorplans. Every square foot serves a purpose. Every design feature adds to the function and livability of the home. Homeowners will also see the latest design trends when visiting an M/I model home, or touring their StyleSmart Design Centers.
The homes are constructed using M/I’s exclusive Whole Home Building Standards.
Now, with consumers having the chance to realize their dreams of M/I home ownership with the best prices and terms of the year, it really is time for them to Dream Big.
“We’ve made this event our biggest of the year,” said Bill McDonough, M/I’s Chief Marketing Officer. “Every one of our 187 communities is offering a wealth of opportunities for homebuyers to realize their big dreams.”
“In all of our markets, we also have plenty of quick move-in homes and picture-perfect home sites. They’re all state-of-the-art homes designed for the way people really live today,” continued McDonough. “Now is the time to dream big and M/I Homes.”
M/I Homes, Inc. is one of the nation’s leading builders of quality single-family homes having delivered more than 100,000 homes since its founding in 1976. The Company’s innovative award-winning homes are marketed and sold under the trade names M/I Homes and Showcase Homes. In addition to Columbus, Ohio, the Company has homebuilding operations in Cincinnati, the Virginia and Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C., Houston, Austin, San Antonio and Dallas-Fort Worth in Texas, Chicago, Illinois, Indianapolis, Indiana; Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota, Tampa, Sarasota and Orlando, Florida; Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina.