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Ground Broken for New Buffalo Creek Subdivision

City officials break ground with officials from Mark III Properties

Daniel Prince

Up to 274 lots planned for the 330-acre site

City and county officials joined with officials from Mark III Properties and Century Complete to break ground on the new Buffalo Creek subdivision. Interim Supervisor Bob Love welcomed the crowd to the ceremony on a cold and rainy morning. Love said his work with the companies involved in this project has been nothing but positive:

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Flannery said they will offer one-story models of around 1400-1800 square feet, and two-story models of up to 2100 square feet. He said average build times are around 4 months for a house. He noted they do not pre-sell the houses, but they build the spec homes and people then come and buy them. He noted 30% of their sales are online, and they offer in-house mortgage financing, as well.

A reception by the Union County Development Board was held after the groundbreaking ceremony.

Bob Love, Joe Nichols, Darren Webb, and Mitchell Flannery on the new subdivision
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