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Old 2016-02-02, 03:00 PM
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Default Remington Preserve phase 3

This thread is about new phase at ernest C applebee road
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Old 2016-02-02, 04:46 PM
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This thread is about new phase at ernest C applebee road
Are there any premiums for the lots backing onto the school?
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Old 2016-02-02, 04:49 PM
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Are there any premiums for the lots backing onto the school?
Yeah, there is a $10k premium.
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Old 2016-02-02, 04:50 PM
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Yeah, there is a $10k premium.
Looks like same thing as phase 1 and phase 2. Anyone have upgrade prices yet?
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Old 2016-02-02, 05:47 PM
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And there were some lot along the curve with more wider lot had 20 k premium .
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Old 2016-02-02, 05:48 PM
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How is the finishing of remington home
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Old 2016-02-02, 05:53 PM
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How is the finishing of remington home
I would say the standard is a little above average yet far from the best. Workmanship is average and customer service is below average; you might get lucky once in a while but don't count on it; it's not custom build.
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Old 2016-02-02, 05:59 PM
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I would say the standard is a little above average yet far from the best. Workmanship is average and customer service is below average; you might get lucky once in a while but don't count on it; it's not custom build.
What about mattamy is it same or better finishin .
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Old 2016-02-02, 06:04 PM
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What about mattamy is it same or better finishin .
Mattamy gives you the bare bones; you will have a bunch of stuff to upgrade. They start off with a lower price but you have a lot more options to customize as your own. Also, some things seem to be a little better thought out in the Mattamy homes than Remington. I would say for what you pay Remington is a smidge better value. If you really like the open concept family type of living; go with Mattamy. If you are a bit more traditional and you like separating living spaces for what they are supposed to be then get a Remington.
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Mattamy gives you the bare bones; you will have a bunch of stuff to upgrade. They start off with a lower price but you have a lot more options to customize as your own. Also, some things seem to be a little better thought out in the Mattamy homes than Remington. I would say for what you pay Remington is a smidge better value. If you really like the open concept family type of living; go with Mattamy. If you are a bit more traditional and you like separating living spaces for what they are supposed to be then get a Remington.
But i like a separate formal living but in all models of remington living is almost the entrance and their width is very narrow too. I guess chestnut is the only model wiith a proper dining room. Also they made 3 washrooms but 2 of them has bath tub and toilet immediately adjacent to each other which i dont like at all .
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