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Published: Friday, 6/11/2010

Schumacher Homes' Offers Free Building Seminar

Canton, OH – Schumacher Homes, a leading on your lot custom home builder, invites consumers who are considering building a new home to a Free Custom Home Building Seminar, on June 17, 2010, to be held at each of its 20 home building design center locations. The northwest Ohio location is at 6539 Dixie Highway, SR 25, just off I-75 in Cygnet, Ohio. The seminar will last from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Schumacher Homes' free seminar will cover these topics:

• Will my home fit on my lot?

• Which plan is best for my family?

• How much can I customize?

• What will my new home really cost?

• What are the best rates and financing programs?

• What is the building process?

When consumers attend the event they will also receive special information regarding “The One Thing Customers Really Need to Know When Building a New Home.”

This Free Home Building Seminar is designed to help customers plan their upcoming home building experience. Paul Schumacher, founder of Schumacher Homes, is delighted to have his Design Centers present these seminars: “We are looking forward to meeting customers on a personal basis during our Free Home Building Seminars on June 17. Schumacher Homes wants to help answer customers' questions because we understand that this economy presents a unique opportunity to build a new home. With a little bit of information and help in answering customer questions, we're confident that people will walk away from our Free Seminar better able to make the best home building decision for them,” Mr. Schumacher stated.

Founded in 1992, Schumacher Homes is one of the country's leading on your lot custom home builders and has built more than 6000 custom homes. They have design centers serving Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia.



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