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All Homes Are Not Created Equal – Some are HERS

Maronda Homes ENERGY EFFICIENT homes are designed with your family in mind.  Buying a new home does not just entail a down payment and mortgage. It also includes the everyday operational costs of being a homeowner. One of the most consistent ongoing costs is the energy bill. Not all homes ...

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Tax Time – Home Ownership Tax Deductions

There are positives and negatives during the tax season when you buy a home. POSITIVE-New deductions are a major plus when you finally buy a home. NEGATIVE-Your taxes will be a little more complicated this April. Items You Can Deduct There are many things you can deduct from your federal ...

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Choose the Right Community for Your Lifestyle

Are you looking at new home communities? There are many decisions to make when buying a new home, such as choosing the floor plan and design features. You also need to take into consideration the location and lifestyle of a community, and what amenities are offered. Before you start your ...

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New Homes Near Cranberry and Wexford Pennsylvania

Our Whispering Pines community is offering $11,000 in customer incentives for 2013.  Maronda is offering large, flat, half acre lots within 5 miles of both Cranberry and Wexford.  Ready to move in immediately?  No problem!  We are currently offering our Worthington model home for immediate move in this February.  The ...

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What to expect at your new home pre-closing walk-through

Tips for a successful new home walk-through Whether you had Maronda Homes build you a new home pre-construction or you purchased one of our move-in ready homes, before you close and move-in you will have a walk-through. In reading this article, I hope to give you an idea of what ...

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New Year’s Resolutions for the New Home Buyer

Do your New Year’s resolutions include plans to buy a new home? If so, you might want to add these New Year’s resolutions to your list as you begin your new home search: 1. Obtain credit history and credit score.  It’s no secret that mortgage lenders have become much more ...

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