Rausch Coleman Homes of Conway

New homes are available in the Baywood Community, Rausch Coleman Homes’ newest subdivision in Greenbrier!

Larger, all-brick homes are now available in phase 2 of this great development! Several new homes are available, starting at less than $110,000. With more than 10 floor plans to choose from, we are happy to accommodate every homebuyer. By choosing to build a new home, you may select all the features your family needs and wants, within your budget.

Our Baywood Community in Greenbrier qualifies as a rural development community, allowing qualified, approved buyers to purchase a new home with ZERO DOWN! The seller is also offering to pay the buyer’s closing costs through Dec. 31, 2013.

Rausch Coleman offers excellent quality in construction backed by our “Limited Lifetime Warranty” on the foundation, load-bearing walls and roof truss, at no additional cost to buyer. We pride ourselves in having one of Greenbrier’s elementary schools located in the heart of our Baywood Community, as this district is known for being one of the best in Central Arkansas.

We invite you to come see what you’ve been missing at Baywood! To set an appointment to view our homes in Baywood, contact Gerald Craig at 501-626-9172 – make sure you ask him about the Buyer Incentives.

Home sales are also under way in another Rausch Coleman neighborhood in Conway – North Hills. This community is just north of Interstate 40 off Highway 65, minutes from shopping and restaurants. North Hills offers quiet, country living for everyone.

You may also visit www.rauschcoleman.com for information on all the Rausch Coleman offerings.


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