Newmark Introduces Healthcare Worker Incentive

CYPRESS — Newmark Homes is showing its appreciation for healthcare heroes with a special limited-time incentive.

Now through May 31, 2020, anyone currently working at a healthcare facility can receive up to $3,000 in closing costs when purchasing a new Newmark home in the Houston area. The incentive applies to those working at hospitals, nursing care facilities, rehabilitation, home health care and medical records.

“And this isn’t just for the nurses or doctors,” said Jeff Dye, Newmark Homes President. “We’ve opened this up to anyone working at these facilities regardless of their position. They are all essential.”

Those contracting on a home during the incentive window just need to show the salesperson their medical employee identification cards.

This isn’t the first incentive Newmark Homes has offered during the coronavirus shutdown. On April 1, Newmark launched a virtual egg hunt on its website. Discovered eggs yielded money toward closing costs or gift certificates to local businesses.

“We want to do all we can to support the local businesses that operate in the areas we build and giving out gift certificates to non-chain restaurants and local services is one way we can do that,” Dye said.

Newmark saw double-digit increases on website traffic during April, including a 34 percent increase in the amount of time people spent on the website.

“We were very pleased with the results of the egg hunt and the other digital resources we’ve added to our website as we’ve pivoted marketing efforts to a heavy online presence,” said Melissa Guerra, Newmark Homes Marketing Director. “Incorporating ways to help local businesses at the same time was an easy choice.”

Newmark Homes builds in nine Houston-area communities and two in the Austin area. A Build On Your Lot program also is available. Pricing is from the $250,000s to more than $1 million. Visit Newmark Homes’ website.

Newmark Homes is offering up to $3,000 toward closing costs for anyone working at a healthcare facility now through May 31, 2020. (Courtesy photo)

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