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Take a Look Around – New Virtual Model Home Tours

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Now Take a Virtual Tour of Jagoe Model Homes from your Computer or Smartphone!

Explore open floor plans and contemporary designs on our Virtual Tours. The tours give you a 3-D experience of Jagoe Model Homes utilizing your desktop computer, tablet device, or smart phone. Simply move through the home with your mouse or your finger as if you were actually there.

Virtual tours use high resolution, intuitive controls, and thumbnail navigation to give you the best online customer experience. This popular tool will allow you to truly envision what furniture and selections – such as cabinets, countertops, tile, and flooring – will look like in your new Jagoe home. 360 degrees tours are interactive, so you can select which images you would like to view and navigate however you chose. There is no reason to flip through images on a slide show! The online tours can also easily be shared with your friends and family.

Discover New Jagoe Model Home Virtual Tours​

 

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Pinot A

Owensboro, KY

 

Glenmary Commons

Sutton A

Louisville, KY

 

Hunters Crossing

Cumberland C2

Huntingburg, IN

Waterstone Village

Walnut C2

Newburgh, IN

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Sun Windows – Installed in Every Jagoe Home

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Jagoe Homes is proud to install Sun Windows in every home that we build.

Located in Owensboro, Sun Windows, Inc. is the exclusive manufacturer of SunClad™ Wood Windows and Doors and Sun Vinyl Windows. Being locally and family owned and operated, Sun’s history dates back to 1930 when Victor Anderson, Sr. developed a self-storing, wood storm window. In August of 1943 V. E. Anderson Windows and Doors moved to Owensboro, KY from Detroit, occupying the former F. A. Ames building. The first product line produced was the self-storing, wood storm window. Sun has almost 90 years of experience – they know how to build a window!

Sun products are designed to maximize energy-efficiency. The frame and sash materials are designed to combat the harsh effects of the weather so that Sun Windows and Doors will provide protection and energy-efficiency year after year. The insulated glass systems use the latest advances in energy performance technology. This includes new generation Low-E glass, Argon gas filled air spaces, and Duralite™, the most advanced warm-edge insulated glass spacer system available.

Sun products are also designed to prevent air infiltration around the opening sashes and panels when they are closed. This helps prevent energy loss and makes the home more comfortable. Sun products are top quality in the industry, competing with the the major industry brands.

Notable Features with every Sun Window:
  • Family owned with true lifetime warranty
  • Made with “virgin vinyl” – holds over time
  • Four-corner welding – provides a structurally sound window
  • Non-metallic spacer – energy efficient, less conductor of heat
  • Best Argon gas retention
  • Best Low-E glass

The entire Jagoe Homes Sales Team was fortunate enough to tour the Sun Windows factory on May 12th. The team met with John Anderson in Owensboro and was able to see up close and in person how every window is made for every Jagoe Home.

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Make Your Home Pet Friendly

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Pets are more than just animals. It’s important that homeowners with pets make their home pet friendly.

Our furry, feathered, and finned friends require time, attention, and a home that is just as safe and comfortable as it is for us. Most people don’t think about pets when they are building their new home, not even the pet owners themselves. Over half of all homes have pets living in them, but animals are still an afterthought when it comes to home design and improvements. Here are some things to consider for your pet through the design process.

When you’re planning a home for both you and your pets, consider their particular needs. Think about whether you’re putting your door-dashing dog on a high-traffic street. Will your protective pup go postal on guests? How can you make your multi-story home comfortable for your elderly dog? What common household items are hazardous to pets and not humans?

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Mudrooms – What Are They? 7 Elements of a Family Entry

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7 Elements of a Perfect Family Entry – What They Are, and How to Best Utilize Them in Your Home.

Unlike the front entrance to your home, your family entry (formerly known as a mudroom) is your overly-used second entrances that you normally do not want guests to see.  They take a beating.  It’s one of those rooms that older homes do not have, and many of us pine for.  It is a hardworking space.  Even the smallest family entry is helpful and Efficient for keeping your home clean and organized.  Here are seven elements of the perfect family entry.

family entryHooks & Racks

Coats, hats, scarves, backpacks – they all need somewhere to hang out.  If you do not currently have a family entry in your home, this is a good place to start small.  Try putting in multiple rows of hooks to maximize the usage of your wall space.

Bench

The next most important element of a family entry.  When you come home, what’s the first thing that you do?  You more than likely kick your shoes off.   A bench would allow you to do this with ease, especially with shoes that are harder to get off, like boots.  You can also store the sandals and tennis shoes that you use often underneath.  A boot tray next to it would help to condense the mess as well.

family entryCubbies

The ultimate family entry feature is a set of open cubbies.  Have one for each member of your family, so that everyone has their own storage space.  High storage would be more for seasonal items, while lower storage would be used for everyday necessities.

Closet

Even though a family entry is sort of like one giant closet, providing a designated closet in the room is great for out-of-season wares, sports equipment, utility storage, cleaning supplies, and miscellaneous items you would rather have out of sight.

family entryThe Laundry Room

Laundry rooms have moved out of the basement and into other more convenient areas of the home.  Adjacent and/or convenient to the family entry creates the perfect place for them.  It makes sense to quickly and easily throw dirty clothes and linens directly into the wash without dirtying up the rest of your home.

Sink

A utility sink is useful for gardening, cleaning up paint and crafts, or other messier duties that you do not want around your beautiful kitchen sink.

family entryHard Surface Flooring

Durable and easy-to-clean is the most sensible flooring option for a family entry and laundry room.  Vinyl, hardwood, and tile are great options for the family entry, while vinyl and tile are most ideal for the laundry room.

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Let the Light into Your Home

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Lighting in your home can brighten or damper your mood according to room, natural light, windows and doors, and types of indoor and outdoor lighting. Let the light into your home with these simple tips!

Whether it is subtle or not, lighting makes a huge difference to any living space. It can take a room from dull and drab to bright and cheery, or it can add just enough softness to create a calm atmosphere. Lighting does more than add function to a room; it affects your mood. Have you ever noticed that when it has been rainy for a few days, your mood suffers? Then, on sunny days you tend to be more cheerful and energetic? This same concept translates to the home, where the lighting in each room can affect your mood.

The good news is, knowing that different kinds of lighting can help boost your spirits or unwind after a long day, there are things you can do with the right lighting equipment and lighting fixtures in each room to create a positive atmosphere in your home.

The Family Room

large-30-20160513The living room is where you gather as a family, where you visit with guests and where you enjoy entertainment. For many people, this is one of the most-used rooms in the home, so the lighting here is important.

You likely want a cheery yet homey atmosphere in your living room. A strong ceiling light and accent lights like floor lamps, smaller lamps and wall sconces can accomplish this. Keep in mind that there may be areas in your living room, like art, shelves or bookcases that you want to highlight, so these spaces may require recessed lighting that can be directed to highlight special features. If you watch television or like to kick back and relax in your living room, install lights with dimmers so you can adjust the brightness according to what is happening in the room.

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Trendy & New Ways to Decorate Your Home for the Fall Season

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Need a little inspiration without having to go all-out? Here are some Tips to Decorate Your Home for the Fall Season:

The Fall Wreath

wreath2Deck out your door with a “Happy Fall” wreath. This can be made with wood slices, twigs, or burlap to turn your front door into a beautiful fall entrance.

Add a Rocking Chair

A plaid blanket on a rocking chair and a basket full of pumpkins screams come snuggle on the front porch! All you’re missing is your mug of hot chocolate.

Go All Out

Sometimes, more is better (and not over-the-top)! An assortment of gourds and pumpkins, wreaths, rocking chairs, and cozy blankets are everything that you need to complete your fall décor.

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Comfort & Style the HOMEBUYER’s Way!

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Your CLIENTS can Furnish their new, Energy Smart Jagoe Home With the Styles & Colors They Love.

YOU Can SELL beautiful, new Jagoe Homes
With these OUTSTANDING Comfort & Style Incentives!
When Clients DESIGN and BUILD a new Jagoe home, they GET these Incentives!
  • Up to $2000 in Closing Costs*
  • AND a $1500 Comfort & Style Jagoe Homes Incentive for your clients to USE how they WANT!****
When Clients PURCHASE a new Ready to Move-In Jagoe home, they GET these Incentives!
  • Up to $2000 in Closing Costs*
  • Zero Monthly Energy Bills for one full year**
  • Reduced pricing on select Ready to Move-In homes***
  • AND a $1500 Comfort & Style Jagoe Homes Incentive for your clients to USE how they WANT!****
Take Homebuyers to TOUR a Jagoe Model Home
AND EARN REALTOR REWARDS POINTS.
While you’re there, CLIENTS CAN REGISTER TO WIN $1000 Cash!
Take advantage of our Comfort & Style Selling Incentives TODAY.

*Up to $2,000.00 in closing costs based on using Jagoe Homes’ approved lender, American Mortgage Service Company. Pre-paids not included.
**$0 Monthly Energy Bill Reimbursement on gas and electric bills only. Maximum reimbursement by Jagoe Homes $140 per month for one full year after move-in. Must meet all lender requirements.
***Qualify for Ready to Move-In Incentives on homes closed by September 30, 2016. New Builds requires all contingencies to be satisfied and home under construction by September 30, 2016.
****Up to $1,500.00 can be applied toward Comfort & Style Incentive, Pre-paids or Temporary Interest Buy-Down. Must meet all lender requirements.

Other restrictions may apply. Contact a Jagoe New Home Consultant for complete details.

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Designing an Accent Wall that Creates POP, Not Headaches

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Accent Wall Tips & Tricks

An accent wall can be a perfect way to break up a large room, to emphasize a particularly great architectural feature, or to instill a sense of the extraordinary in an otherwise completely ordinary space.  You want this space to generate a sense of personality to make a room and its features truly POP!  As an accent to a space, an accent wall provides an immediate draw. Choosing a wall that’s furthest from the room’s entrance to be the accent wall can be an unspoken invitation to “come in and make yourself comfortable.”

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Homeowner Use & Maintenance Guidelines for Landscaping Your Sod Lawn

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When it comes to getting a thick, healthy lawn, nothing beats grass sod for instant gratification.  It may cost more, and even double that if you would like someone else to install it, but lay it down right, and in a couple of weeks you have got a dense, well-established lawn that is naturally resistant to weeds, diseases, and pest infestations.  Sod is also very convenient because it may be installed in any season, weather permitting.

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Your Homeowner’s Use & Guidelines for Landscaping Your Sod Lawn:

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The Significance in the American Front Porch

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4200, front porchIt may be assumed that the history of the American front porch is itself a history of American life as well.  For the American porch has, in its time as an American cultural symbol, represented the cultural ideals of our nation.  The most striking cultural significance of the front porch is its connection to nature and the land surrounding it.  For our community, 4200 in Owensboro, we wanted to create this same concept with your neighborhood and your neighbors.

In many ways, the front porch represents the American ideal of family.  The porch, in essence, is an outdoor living room, where the family can retire after the activities of a long day.  In the evenings, as the outdoor air provides a cooler alternative to isolated indoor temperatures and surroundings, the entire family can move to the front porch.  The children may play in the front yard or the friendly confines of the neighborhood, while the parents rock in their chairs, dismissing the arduous labors and tasks of the day into relaxation and comfort.  Stories might be told, advice garnered, or songs sung –  whatever the traditions and manners of the family might be could be offered in this setting.

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