Lennar joins with Blue Haven Pools to offer inground pool construction

Lennar Las Vegas

Las Vegas, Nev. – January 2016 – Installing a beautiful inground pool in your Las Vegas home can transform your backyard into a relaxing oasis or ideal space for entertaining. While it’s typical for builders to finish construction on a home before the owner can install a swimming pool, Blue Haven Pools is now joining with Lennar to offer an exclusive benefit that allows homeowners to include construction on a pool during the building of their new home. This means huge savings in both time and expense for homebuyers.

Benefits to bundling your pool and home construction:

  • No out-of-pocket expense. Bundling your inground luxury pool with your home construction means the cost of the swimming pool can be added to your first mortgage, rather than paid for out of pocket. Additionally, interest paid on your pool, as part of your mortgage, is tax-deductible!
  • Time savings. Permits can take weeks or months to acquire and pool construction itself can take an additional six weeks, or more, depending on your pool size and design. Homebuyers who take advantage of this oppportunity can enjoy their pool sooner and save money in the process.
  • Reduced overall costs. Excavation of your pool before you complete construction can prevent the need to tear down walls, disrupt landscaping and reconfigure plumbing. Additionally, during general construction, larger machines can excavate the pool, rather than smaller (more expensive) machines required for post-construction inground pool installations.
  • Skip the hassle of pulling apart your yard and living in a construction zone when you can easily move into your home with a gorgeous, custom inground pool ready to enjoy. While many builders will not begin construction on an inground pool before the home is closed on, Lennar homes and Blue Haven Pools happily offer this perk to their clients.
  • Dig and Hold program. Buyers who want to pay cash for their pool can take advantage of our Dig and Hold Program, which allows the homebuyer to excavate the pool during construction of their home and complete the pool with Blue Haven after construction is finished. This option saves time, money and unnecessary work or demolition on the backyard.

Lennar homeowners are eligible to include pool costs in their first mortgage when they choose Blue Haven Pools to build their custom inground swimming pool. To view Blue Haven Pools’ stunning designs, visit Lennar’s gorgeous new model homes in the desirable communities of Aventine, Avondale, Chelsea Estates, Delano, Mission Hills, Olympia Ridge and Oluna (coming soon). To learn more about custom inground pools in Las Vegas, request a free brochure or talk to one of our sales representatives today for a free estimate.

With hundreds of communities nationwide and homes designed for first-time, move-up and luxury homebuyers, Lennar has grown to become one of the nation’s leading and most respected homebuilders. Lennar has a longstanding history of building homes of enduring quality in only the most well planned and desirable locations throughout the country.

  1. April 17, 2017 SHERI PATTERSON

    We would like to look at pool designs/Built in bbq and pricing. We are purchasing lot 38 at North Creek. Our COE is July 26th.

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    1. April 18, 2017 Lennar

      Hi Sheri, congratulations on your new home! We’ve forwarded your message to our Lennar team in Las Vegas so they can assist.

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  2. April 27, 2017 D.C.

    One of the areas we are looking at is Henderson and because it is the desert and hot we wanted to have a pool in our own yard should we buy with Lennar. However you only offer Blue Haven pools in select homes in that area. It would be great to have that as an option to be added into your mortgage in ALL properties in Nevada! We understand there will be a community pool, but that has limited hours and working crazy hours means you may want to take a relaxing dip late before bed, so having this option included at all your properties would be great, otherwise this might be a deal breaker. Can you fwd this to your corporate office? Also it would be nice to have the larger 72″ fridge in all homes because your side-by-side holds very little for people with larger families, now maybe if you were building for empty-nesters the side by side would work.
    Thanks in advance!

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    1. May 3, 2017 Marie

      This is actually a great point, if I’m going to be willing to get approved on a $300+k home, I want a decent size back yard, with the flexibility to put in a small pool if I should decide that’s what I want to do. I get, these communities have restrictions on painting your home, but the reality is, I’m the one spending the money on the home, I should be able to do as I please with it. This is the only thing steering me away from purchasing a home here.

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  1. April 17, 2017 SHERI PATTERSON

    We would like to look at pool designs/Built in bbq and pricing. We are purchasing lot 38 at North Creek. Our COE is July 26th.

    Post a Reply
    1. April 18, 2017 Lennar

      Hi Sheri, congratulations on your new home! We’ve forwarded your message to our Lennar team in Las Vegas so they can assist.

      Post a Reply
  2. April 27, 2017 D.C.

    One of the areas we are looking at is Henderson and because it is the desert and hot we wanted to have a pool in our own yard should we buy with Lennar. However you only offer Blue Haven pools in select homes in that area. It would be great to have that as an option to be added into your mortgage in ALL properties in Nevada! We understand there will be a community pool, but that has limited hours and working crazy hours means you may want to take a relaxing dip late before bed, so having this option included at all your properties would be great, otherwise this might be a deal breaker. Can you fwd this to your corporate office? Also it would be nice to have the larger 72″ fridge in all homes because your side-by-side holds very little for people with larger families, now maybe if you were building for empty-nesters the side by side would work.
    Thanks in advance!

    Post a Reply
    1. May 3, 2017 Marie

      This is actually a great point, if I’m going to be willing to get approved on a $300+k home, I want a decent size back yard, with the flexibility to put in a small pool if I should decide that’s what I want to do. I get, these communities have restrictions on painting your home, but the reality is, I’m the one spending the money on the home, I should be able to do as I please with it. This is the only thing steering me away from purchasing a home here.

      Post a Reply

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