Town of Waukesha Homebuilder Belman Homes to Build 45 Homes on

by Sleddoggin Staff on March 2, 2011

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Waukesha, WI (PRWEB) December 30, 2011

Belman Homes will begin development of three phases of homes starting in summer 2012. The developer plans to build popular models for buyers who are ready to occupy at purchase and offer a build-to-suit option from buyers choice of lot and over 50 home plans, priced from $ 330,000.

Waukesha custom homebuilder Belman Homes has announced the acquisition of a 45-lot subdivision in the Town of Waukesha. Named Rolling Oaks II, the preliminary development plan was just approved by the Town Planner, which clears the way for Belman to begin lot development in summer 2012 and home construction starting in early fall.

We are excited about our acquisition of Rolling Oaks II, said David Belman, Vice President Belman Homes, Inc. I have lived in the Town my entire life, just a short distance from the development, because I believe it is the perfect place to live and raise a family.

Belman Homes has built homes in the Town of Waukesha for over 40 years, and earned a stellar reputation as both a home builder and land developer. The Waukesha builder plans to develop Rolling Oaks II in three separate phases of 15 lots each over the next few years.

The plan calls for construction of move-in-ready homes and build-to-suit homes, which allows the home buyer to choose their lot and select a model from one of over 50 Belman home plans. Home and lot packages will start at $ 330,000.

We expect solid sales at Rolling Oaks II for many reasons, starting with its value proposition; Town of Waukesha properties values have consistently held up much better than those in the City the past few years, said Belman, Homebuyers also enjoy the communitys low cost of living.

The Waukesha homebuilder also chose to purchase the Rolling Oaks II subdivision because he feels buyers will appreciate its spacious

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