Realtors Can Win a Dream Vacation from Keystone Custom Homes

Dream VacationKeystone Custom Homes is excited to announce its Dream Vacation campaign. Now through December 31, 2015, Realtors can sell a Keystone home and be entered for a chance to win a trip for two to Costa Rica with airfare, hotel and $500 spending money included. Plus, drawings will be held quarterly for $500 Visa gift cards.*

Each time a Realtor sells a home, they are entered into the contest for a chance to win a quarterly gift card or the grand prize. Sell one home, get one chance. Sell a second home, get two chances. Sell a third home, get three additional chances. Extra chances continue through five homes sold and an extra five chances.

“We hope that this campaign encourages Realtors to sell more of our homes,” explained Janette Hawkins, Vice President of Marketing at Keystone Custom Homes. “We are excited to work with them and to further promote our Realtor program.”

Already, Keystone Custom Homes provides amazing incentives for Realtors. These include Realtor events such as Broker’s Opens with catered lunches, earning three percent commission, getting paid 75 percent when constructions starts on a home and the exclusive Ambassador Program. As an ambassador, Realtors can earn additional income above normal commission.

“At Keystone, the Realtors are in charge of the sale,” continued Hawkins. “Our highly trained New Home Advisors, who only sell Keystone homes, are here to help Realtors through the process. But, the Realtors retain control of their clients and the sale.”

The Dream Vacation campaign will be promoted through eblasts and social media.
For more information about Keystone Custom Homes and its Realtor program, visit

*For qualified Realtors only. For eligibility, home must be sold, and accepted by Keystone Custom Homes, by December 31, 2015. Trip will be given in the form of a travel voucher in the amount of $4,000 and a $500 Visa gift card. Information is believed to be accurate but is not warranted. Subject to error, changes, omissions and withdrawals without notice.