Losani Homes Celebrates Pronto Homes On Demand In Kitchener-Waterloo Area

Losani Homes Celebrates Pronto Homes On Demand In Kitchener-Waterloo Area

Losani Homes recently celebrated its Pronto Homes on Demand program with fanfare at the Delta Waterloo hotel in the Kitchener-Waterloo area.

Refreshments were served, a live band performed, and a magician roamed the hotel’s sumptuous event hall entertaining the audience of industry professionals as the event unfolded.

Fred Losani, CEO of Losani Homes, was on hand for the festivities, and speaking to the crowd he outlined key pillars of the Pronto program.

“Losani starts building before a purchaser buys,” said Losani. “Buyers can walk through homes at various stages of construction — from permit in hand to completed homes — in dozens of different designs and in a dozen communities,” he added.

The developer operates Ontario’s most expansive ready-built construction program, Losani noted, and the closing dates on the homes are guaranteed. “Purchasers can enjoy closings as soon as 30, 60, or 90 days, or longer, depending on their circumstances.”

Like with buying a resale home, the program lets buyers move in sooner than they’d be able to with a pre-construction unit, but with the added flexibility of being able to choose finishes depending on the construction stage.

“This is a completely different way of approaching home buying, focusing on what the buyer wants, not what the builder wants or the seller has to offer,” said Losani.

Recently, Losani Homes released the latest issue of its Pronto Homes on Demand Magazine, which showcases more than a hundred brand new homes in nine desirable neighbourhoods — including Fairgrounds Finale, Victoria Common and Doon Creek — that are ready to move into.

All homes in the Losani catalogue feature nine-foot ground floor ceilings and high-tech keyless entry systems, and many include hardwood floors and granite or quartz countertops.

“Buyers want a home that’s as clean as new with the latest in design, features, energy efficiency and technology,” Losani added.