Blue Ridge residential unveils mortgage protection plan

As unemployment climbs and economic challenges continue to plague a record number of Triad residents, many fear the financial responsibilities that come with home ownership. “We’ve learned that job insecurity is the primary reason people are choosing not to buy homes right now,” said Bill Howard, Blue Ridge Residential’s Director of Sales and Marketing. “Our new Security Blanket plan offers much-needed peace of mind in these uncertain times with an assurance that a new buyer’s mortgage payment will be taken care of in the event of involuntary job loss.” Blue Ridge’s Security Blanket plan provides buyers up to six months of mortgage payments — principal, interest, taxes and insurance — if they lose their job within two years of purchasing their new home. Monthly payments are capped at $1800, and self-employed individuals are not eligible for the benefit. “This added layer of protection is offered at no cost to the homeowner,” Howard explained. “Our Security Blanket is really helping restore buyer confidence,” Howard said. “Now our homeowners can stop worrying about tomorrow’s financial uncertainties and start enjoying all of the benefits that come with a new Blue Ridge home, like convenient location, low-maintenance lifestyle, quality craftsmanship, and more.”

For more information about Blue Ridge Residential’s four Triad area communities, West Meadows in Clemmons, Hickswood Crossing in High Point, Lennox Square in Jamestown and Tanner Woods in Northwest Greensboro, call 336-889-1513 or visit www.

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