Buyers who lost their deposits when Levitt and Sons declared bankruptcy get a first chance to buy homes in four Florida communities. The buyers will be provided with private sales events, and will be given credit towards the purchase price of the already-built models or spec homes. The participating communities are Cascades of Groveland in Lake County; Jesup’s Reserve, Winter Springs in Seminole County; Turtle Creek, St. Cloud in Osceola County and Cascades at River Hall, Alva in Lee County.
Levitt and Sons buyers get first look at new homes
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