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Old 12-27-2009, 08:18 PM
 
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my wife and i are thinking about buying a home in telfair. i realize there are some threads on this, but some are a few months dated. has anyone had any recent experiences with highland homes or david weekley homes. are they offering any current incentives. we are looking to make some changes on the some of the plans. what sort of changes are these builders allowing? i.e. is david weekley more flexible than highland. additionally, i know there are some threads on partners in building, does anyone have any experiences with them ( i would love to hear about those, especially if we cannot make changes on the production builders ). does PIB offer any incentives? finally, our last option is possibly building a home in the medical center on a build on your lot. if there is an existing property on the lot that needs to be demolished, what's the cost of that, and is there any cost in processing the land, and what's the typical cost of permits from the houston/bellaire.

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