November 2 2009

D.R Horton Gives Fresno Homebuyers The Deal Of A Lifetime

by jeb

American homebuilder, D.R Horton, wants all prospective new homebuyers to know that now is a great time to buy, and they're amping up the message by creating a great new promotion all about the amazing low home interest rates that are currently available in this slowly recovering market, even going as far as to make the claim that "your monthly mortgage payment may cost less than [what] you pay in rent now;" and you know what? They might just be right!

The housing market in Fresno has slowly but surely been making a comeback in recent months, and D.R Horton is making it clear that they want to do everything possible to make the process of buying a new home even more achievable for the average consumer.

Fresno New Homes For Sale - Low Interest Rates

Focusing the best potential rates and payments on their new homes for sale in Fresno, California, D.R Horton is offering four different home communities--Cordoba at Arboleda, Garnet Valley, Savannah Ranch, and Viana at Arboleda, all featuring great low prices and amazingly low mortage rates.


Cordoba at Arboleda |       (559) 274-1353  (559) 274-1353    | Single family homes
Sqft: 1818 - 2151 | Price Range: $199,000 - $209,990
Garnet Valley |       (559) 452-1440  (559) 452-1440    
Sqft: 1275 - 2889 | Price Range: $172,115 - $247,698
Savannah Ranch-Coming Soon! | Single family homes
Price Range: Please Call
Viana at Arboleda |       (559) 274-1353  (559) 274-1353        | Single family homes
Sqft: 1632 - 2286 | Price Range: $181,490 - $220,990


These new homebuying incentives are proof that even all of the economic turmoil of the past year can provide the homebuyer some kind of benefit, and maybe even a light at the end of the tunnel. With the presence of such astoundingly low home interetes in the new home market, coupled with the $8,000 government tax credit, now is the time to dive right and finally find your new dream home that you've always wanted.

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October 2 2009

Amberley Place At WestPark Wonderful Homes In Greater Sacramento

by racheal


If you're looking for comfortable living in California's capital city, then look no further than the new homes for sale at Pulte Homes new community development, Amberley Place At WestPark. You and your family are bound to feel right at home at this master-planned community that pulls out all of the stops when it comes to local excitement, as well as convenience. Offering lofts, formal living and dining rooms, as well as open family rooms and kitchens, Amberley Place At WestPark is the perfect place for you and your family to come together at the end of a busy day.  And if it's a little exercise and time outdoors that you're looking for, then you'll love the fact that there are miles of hiking and biking trails right in your very own backyard.

The epicenter of all of the perks that are on hand at Ambeley Place will be at the one-of-a-kind Village center, which will feature coffee houses, restaurants, and shopping, making it a perfect place to meet friends, both old and new. The quaint town of Roseville, located just outside of Sacramento, also boasts an abundance of activities for you and your family, from the county fairgrounds to the wonderful public golf courses, as well as Denio's Farmer's Market which takes place every weekend. Short side trips to places like Lake Tahoe and Reno are also just a short drive away. Families will also be happy to know that Amberley Place At WestPark benefits from being in the highly-rated Roseville City School District, not to mention that it is in walking distance from Junction Elementary School, so you'll know that your children's education is in the right hands.

One of the beautiful new homes for sale at Amberley Place can now be yours starting at around $309,990. Floorplans range between 1,919 and 3,315 square feet, and all homes have between 3-5 bedrooms, and 2-4 baths. If you've heard enough already, then please call 916-787-4300.



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August 6 2009

Homes for Sale - Sacramento Market Conditions July 2009

by brook

One year ago, who could have predicted that one of the hardest-hit markets in the nation would eventually report a fairly uneventful summer? Believe it or not, Sacramento real estate figures for July 2009 differ slightly from those recorded during last year’s hot foreclosure market in the region.

Although the total number of homes sold last month in Sacramento County was 1,883 (50% of which were REO’s, or real estate owned, properties); foreclosures fell by 36.4% from this time last year. However, the number of short sales has risen – by 75.6%, to be exact. What could this mean? Perhaps what can be interpreted is that while defaults are still occurring in Sacramento, many owners are opting to sell before it’s too late – and that’s good news for everyone. Banks, agents, potential buyers, and surrounding properties all stand to benefit more from short sales than they do from foreclosures. 

Despite this positive note, the average sales price in Sacramento County has fallen 14% year over year at this time – from a high of $228,312, to the current median of $175,000. Also good news for those interested in Sacramento bank properties: non-distressed sales have increased by 30%. This may mean that your chances of securing a new home in Sacramento – or at the very least, a home in good condition – is substantially greater than it was last year. Although those on the inside aren’t pleased with the unit volume shortfall of 12.5% year over year, there is potential for you, as a consumer, to make these Sacramento market conditions work for you.


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