How to Spend Your Tax Refund | HomeFirst

How to Spend Your Tax Refund

The arrival of May signals the end of tax season. Hopefully all of the hard work you poured into gathering paperwork, requesting paystubs and filling out confusing forms will culminate in a giant refund check! If you’re unsure of what you’re going to do with the money you get back, consider investing it in a HomeFirstTM Certified Community manufactured home.

Have you heard about our Down Payment Match Program? All you have to do is make a deposit on a new manufactured home from our inventory, and HomeFirstTM Certified will match your down payment up to $3,500. That means if you make a $3,500 down payment, you’re technically getting $7,000 toward the home. You can’t find a better deal than that!

We bring this up now because there’s no better time to take advantage of this offer! Even if you only get a $500 tax refund, you can convert that into a quick $1,000 just by purchasing the manufactured home of your dreams.

And it gets better!

If you’re stuck in an apartment lease, we’ll give you an extra $1,200 (maximum) to settle your early move-out fee when you buy a home in our of our communities. You can combine our Apartment Bailout offer with our Down Payment Match Program to maximize your value and savings. Check out all of our other special offers.

Our in-house financing team makes the path to purchase easier than you can imagine. Even if you have a low or bruised credit, we may be able to help.

There are 9 HomeFirst™ Certified Communities in Michigan, with locations in Belleville, Holly, Jackson, Lansing, Mt. Clemens, New Haven and South Lyon. Residents enjoy 24-hour on-site management, 5-year rate guaranteed home site leases, an incredible selection of recreational facilities and much more.

With such remarkable amenities and affordable prices, it’s no wonder HomeFirst™ Certified Communities are a top lifestyle choice for everyone!

To learn more about the best manufactured homes in Michigan, click here.

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