Shea Homes Helps Renters Become Homeowners

by Vanessa Linn on September 9, 2011

Mosaic

SAN DIEGO (Sept. 10, 2011) – Does owning a home make sense for you?

There are many practical reasons to stop paying rent and buy a home: tax advantages, low interest rates, and it’s the most affordable time in a generation to buy.

The numbers don’t lie.  Use the payment calculator and get lots more information on renting vs. owning on the Home Buying Guide at http://www.sheahomes.com/.  Shea Homes sales representatives can answer any questions you might have as well.

At Mosaic at Lomas Verdes in Chula Vista, Shea Homes offers even more reasons why renters can afford to become Shea homeowners:

•  Payments at Mosaic are $1,769 per month or lower

•  $0 closing costs

•  $0 down with VA financing

•  3.5 percent down with FHA financing

•  $0 HOA fees for one full year

•  Free washer, dryer and refrigerator included

•  Quick move-ins available

New homes now selling at Mosaic span 1,175 to 1,605 square feet and have two to three bedrooms.  The attached homes are priced from the low $200,000s.

New homes at Mosaic come with all the outstanding community amenities that renters request and homeowners value: pool, workout center, parks, trails, greenbelts and more.  The new home neighborhood is close to shopping as well.  For more information, please call (619) 482-1301.

More Shea Homes neighborhoods with quick move-ins are available at Agave and Sapphire at Windingwalk in Chula Vista, Chaparral Ridge in Escondido, and Mandolin and Madeira at Del Sur in San Diego.

Shea Homes is committed to delivering incentive programs to help bridge the gap between renting and owning. Shea Homes participates in a national grant program that offers financial aid to first-time and move-up buyers, does not have to be paid, and can be used toward a down payment or closing costs.  CRHMFA Homebuyers Fund (CHF) Platinum Program is available through Shea Mortgage.

Visit us for information about all San Diego area new homes by Shea Homes.

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