A Woodstock-based real estate company has announced a program where homeowners can trade-in houses for new ones in a Canton subdivision.

Path & Post Real Estate, 214 River Park North Drive, Woodstock, is leading sales at The Preserve at Canyon Ridge where people can trade their existing houses for new ones, Becky Babcock, owner of Path & Post, said.

The Preserve at Canyon Ridge is a neighborhood with 182 lots, with houses priced in the $300,000s to more than $400,000. Styles include ranch, master on the main, and two-story floor plans, said Path & Post co-owner Brad Nix. Many homes have full basements, and some have three car garage options as well.

“Buyers identify the home they want to buy in The Preserve at Canyon Ridge, and provide some basic information on their current home. Path & Post Real Estate will get instant offers for the home from national, regional, and local buyers, including an offer from Path & Post Real Estate,” Babcock said. “The Preserve at Canyon Ridge has a close-knit community feel, with well spaced home sites, unlike some mega-neighborhoods,” Babcock said. “The larger lots range from just under one-third of an acre, up to two-thirds of an acre, with some having mountain views.”

The community has four homes available to view during Open Houses on Saturdays and Sundays from 1-5 p.m., or anytime by appointment by calling 770-776-8665. Buyers may select a lot and floor plan and build a home to suit their specific needs, or buy one of the four existing homes for a quick closing.

For more information about The Preserve at Canyon Ridge, visit ThePreserveAtCanyonRidge.com or stop by the Open House at 110 Canyon Ridge Trail, Canton, GA, 30114. Visit PathPost.com/About for more information about Path & Post.

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