Landmark Properties Says "Go America!" - Builds New York's First All-American Home
Landmark Properties is pleased to announce that construction has been completed on New York State's first All-American Home, The Americana.
11934 (I-Newswire) February 27, 2013 - Landmark Properties is pleased to announce that construction has been completed on New York State's first All-American Home, The Americana.
Landmark's first All-American Home is a 2000 square foot ranch situated on a picturesque cul de sac in East Moriches, NY. The Americana debuted last summer at a 4th of July celebration, setting in motion Landmark's commitment to building exclusively All-American.
According to Landmark Properties owner, Mark Baisch, people are still willing to invest in the American dream. "We can't just sit back and rely on the government to turn things around", says Baisch. "The people are what will change the economics of this country. It's simple bottom-up economics."
Although the final numbers aren't back yet, Baisch says building All-American increased construction costs approximately ten percent which as of now, he is not passing along to his homebuyers. When asked if there were any surprises along the way, Baisch replied, "Well, we ended up paying 300% more for sheetrock screws.. Some things were just extremely hard to source from the USA."
The construction team put the finishing touches on the first All-American Home in the 4th quarter of 2012. Landmark has since started construction on a new round of American-built homes that will be completed in the near future.
ABOUT LANDMARK PROPERTIES
Landmark Properties is dedicated to the American dream, and 100% committed to quality craftsmanship and the economic recovery of our country... Every Landmark home, from the foundation to the roof, and every nail in between, is manufactured in the USA and constructed by American workers.
A boutique homebuilder with a stellar reputation, Landmark Properties has grown over the past two decades with an unwavering commitment to superior construction and customer service. Continuing with the philosophy of giving back, Mark Baisch is a director and the vice president of Long Island Home Builders Care Development Corp., a not for profit corporation that is proudly at the forefront of Building New Homes For Returning Veterans, which constructs new homes for soldiers returning home from the Middle East. www.AllAmericanHome-NY.com
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Published On:February 27, 2013
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