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Posted by on Sep 7, 2017 in Boomers, Bubbleinfo TV, Builders, Jim's Take on the Market, One-Story, The Future | 2 comments | Print Print

New Homes for Boomers

What could really boost the market further would be if we had more new or newer single-story homes for sale.  Baby-boomers would be much more likely to ditch the older two-story family estates and glide into a ready-set single story home – if there was just an easy exit.

If you wanted a new house under $500,000, how about Las Vegas? The home above is in Summerlin, and I’ve been there.  It is a great alternative for those who don’t mind the heat!

Or if you insist on San Diego County, but might go to the outskirts?

Here are one-story new-home options for you locally:

Plus, this is the Pardee tract they sold off to Toll:

True, in order to downsize, most sellers need to leave town, but at least there are some new-home options to consider nearby.

The folks at the 55-and-over Auberge near Santaluz just wrapped up sales of their brand-new one-story homes, and it would be a good place to look for resales.  Here is a tour of the Plan 3 model, which one of my buyers purchased:

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2 Comments

  1. I looked at both Sun City Summerlin and Sun City Anthem in Las Vegas. Beautiful developments. The amenities are a bargain. The HOA fee is less than a $1000 a year.

    However, I lived in Phoenix for many years. There is no way I could go back to that heat.




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  2. Whomever took and processed the photos should get a gold star.
    Real Estate photography ain’t as easy as it looks.

    Turning a mish mash of shapes and colors into something interesting for the viewer, while not soliciting acid flashbacks, is a skill.




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