Everything You Need to Know.
Schumacher Homes would like the Twitterverse to know that they are the best value in custom home building, so who better to reach out to than….you.
As America’s premier custom home builder, Schumacher Homes has built more than 6,000 homes. They build homes from the low $100’s to over $1 million and from 1,100 sq ft to over 8,000. Currently building in thirteen states, Schumacher Homes will build the home of your dreams on your lot.
At Schumacher Homes, their philosophy – and their business – has been built on an entirely new approach to custom home building: they’ve combined custom and value. What makes a statement like that so special? To begin with, value and custom are not two words you would ever expect to see in the same sentence. In fact, they hardly ever appear on the same page. That’s because most custom homebuilders want you to believe that building a new custom home that meets the customer’s wants and needs at a reasonable price is impossible. At Schumacher Homes, they disagree. All across states like Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, and West Virginia, they prove that custom and value can come together – and make your custom home building dreams come true.
Join us tonight as #SchumacherHomes sponsors an evening of fun conversation surrounding everything that makes a house a home. Share your childhood dream home – I know I’ve still got mine in mind! – and tell me what you do today to make the place where you live a cozy nook for the family you love.
And yes….there will be great prizes.
TEN lucky winners will each receive a $50 VISA gift card just for participating! No need to answer first or fill out a form. Just join us and have fun chatting and answering some fun questions.
Want to win more! Watch to learn more about the #SchumacherHomes contest where one lucky winner will receive an iPod Touch.
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