Keystone Custom Homes House Swap: Upgrade Your Old Home

Many of you were interested in our earlier post about the House Swap Program. Now, you can learn even more. Just watch this video:

“Look, it happens every day. You’re enjoying your fresh cup of Wawa coffee and then you see it – that big, Keystone Custom Homes sign with the huge arrow pointing to the place where you wanna be. You start thinking about how much better your coffee would be if it were brewed in your new, open kitchen. How much better the newspaper would be if you were reading it by your two-story fireplace. And then like a throw pillow from Target, reality hits you right in the face. There’s no way around it. If you’re ever going to buy a new home, you’re going to have to sell your old home. That means you’re going to have to convince someone that bright purple shutters are in this year and a yard full of dandelions has great curb appeal.

That is where Keystone’s House Swap Program comes in. Keystone uses the equity in your old home to begin construction on your new one. Their staff will co-manage the sale on your current home to make sure you get the highest market value. You’ll never make two mortgage payments, and you’ll never live in temporary housing. When your new home is ready, you make the swap and move in. Boom. Done. Now I know that some of you are thinking, and, no, Keystone’s House Swap program doesn’t cover everything in your life. You can’t trade in your husband’s snoring problem, and you can’t trade in your wife’s recipe for meatloaf jubilee. But if you are interested in a hassle-free way to upgrade from your current home to the house of your dreams, you owe it to yourself to check out the Keystone House Swap Program today.”

For even more videos, visit Keystone Custom Homes on YouTube.

Comments

  1. This is awesome! Wow! I don’t know too many custom home builders that offer this!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  2. That is a very interesting concept. I am in the real estate business and this just goes to show how creative we can be. Yes, thanks for sharing.

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