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LGI Homes Now Open at Newport on Lake Houston


construction and sale of homes in Texas, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, New Mexico, Colorado, North Carolina, South Carolina, Washington, Tennessee and Minnesota. The Company has a notable legacy of more than 14 years of homebuilding operations, over which ...


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LGI Homes Now Open at Newport on Lake Houston Wednesday, December 27, 2017 12:00 PM UTC 0 comments HOUSTON, Dec 27, 2017 -- LGI Homes, Inc(Nasdaq:LGIH) announces it is now selling homes in Newport, a master-planned community located in Crosby, Texas, known for its wooded surroundings and world-class amenitiesSituated along the southeast shores of Lake Houston, just 30 minutes from downtown, Newport offers an endless selection of activities to residents seeking a relaxed, natural setting to call home. There is truly something for everyone at Newport, which was designed as a recreational retreat for homeowners in northeast Harris CountyFrom the 18-hole golf course and driving range to the swimming pool, tennis courts, beach area and boat ramp, the amenities at Newport attract residents of all ages and interests LGI Homes is building 83 homes in Newport, priced from the $170sResidents at Newport may choose from five floor plans, ranging in size from 1,400 square feet to over 2,500 square feetThe beautiful brick homes feature energy-efficient appliances and include over $10,000 worth of upgrades, including granite countertops, stainless steel kitchen appliances, wood cabinets, vinyl plank flooring, front yard landscaping and fully-fenced backyards For more information about Newport or to schedule a tour, please call (855) 441-6500 ext491 or visit www.lgihomes.com About LGI Homes, Inc Headquartered in The Woodlands, Texas, LGI Homes, Incengages in the design, construction and sale of homes in Texas, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, New Mexico, Colorado, North Carolina, South Carolina, Washington, Tennessee and MinnesotaThe Company has a notable legacy of more than 14 years of homebuilding operations, over which time it has closed over 20,000 homesFor more information about the Company and its new home developments please visit the Company's website at www.LGIHomes.com.  MEDIA CONTACT: Rachel Eaton(281) 362-8998 ext2560 !function(t,e,n){ function a(t){var a=e.createElement("script");a.type="text/javascript" ,a.async=!0,a.src=("https:"===e.location.protocol?"https":"http")+":"+n,(t||e.body||e.head).appendChild(a)}function o(){var t=e.getElementsByTagName("script"),n=t[t.length-1];return n.parentNode} var p=o();t.spotId="sp_SjO8NU5m",t.parentElement=p,a(p)}(window.SPOTIM={},document,"//www.spot.im/launcher/bundle.js"); EconoTimes ??? ??????? ???????? ???? > Econotimes China Edition GET INSIGHTS IN CHINESE READ NOW > require(['base'], function () { require(['jquery'], function () { // module code using "$" goes here /*bannerCN contents slide loop*/ function mainSlideCN() { $('div#promotionBannerv2 a.bannerFirst div.containerCN').delay(5000).fadeIn(1000, function() {$('div#promotionBannerv2 a.bannerFirst div.containerCN').delay(5000).fadeOut(1000, function() { mainSlideCN() }) }); } mainSlideCN(); /*bannerEN contents slide loop*/ function mainSlideEN() { $('div#promotionBannerv2 a.bannerFirst div.containerEN').delay(5000).fadeOut(1000, function() {$('div#promotionBannerv2 a.bannerFirst div.containerEN').delay(5000).fadeIn(1000, function() { mainSlideEN() }) }); } mainSlideEN(); /*arrow loop*/ left = ['73.5%', '22.5%'] var i = 0; arrowLoop = function() {$('div#promotionBannerv2 a.bannerFirst div.second div.arrow').delay(5000).animate({left:left[(i++)%left.length]},1000, function() { arrowLoop() }); } arrowLoop(); }); }); Editor's Picks Meat Eaters Should Be Taxed Like Smokers, Experts Say Why your doctor may not be able to help you lose weight The US election hack, fake news, data theft: the cyber security lessons from 2017 Celebrities Hype Up Cryptocurrency And Market Scams Proliferate List Of Worst Passwords In 2017 Includes ‘Starwars’ And ‘Password’ Facebook Admitted That Facebook Was Bad For People, Really FCC Votes To Kill Net Neutrality, What Now?

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