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Rock Hill is back from the dead.It does my heart good to write about this neighborhood.It seems like so often over the last two years I hear stories from different individuals who lived through or know someone who is living through having purchased a home in a new neighborhood and the builder goes belly up or just pulls out.These folks are left with a feeling of helplessness and frustration and unfortunately there is nothing they can do about it.They are stuck with a (usually) big loss in value and a view from their front porch of a barren field dotted with white poles. Thats exactly what The Woodlands looked like when Standard Pacific pulled out.But this
Rock Hill neighborhood is making a comeback.D.
R. Horton and Essex Homes are the two homebuilders taking over.Its a little early to tell, but I dont think there will be a huge drop off in the price point.Maybe a little more with Essex than D.
R. but it sureis better than a field of poles.There is talk of adding a cabana and a recreation area with a pool.And when I say that its close to schools I mean that India Hook Elementary is right on the grounds. It is one of the newer
Rock Hill schools.So all in all I think The Woodlands in
Rock Hill is a good choice if you are looking to buy new. Update: Lennar has come in to close out the neighborhood. They are also offering some really nice townhomes. Call to speak with an agent who lives and works in
Rock Hill if you would like more info about The Woodlands. Now for the pitch: folks, most builders dont have a line item on their contracts that will subtract a certain amount if you represent yourself. Some might want to but none of them want to alienate agents who bring them business. If you are hesitant to believe an agent I suggest you check up on me and ask them. If Im correct, why would you not want an experienced agent watching your back?
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