Quick Delivery • Move in Ready Homes

$3,000 incentive available on these homes




Plan 4 (Tuscan Exterior)
Approx. 2,171sqft
3 Bed, 3 Bath, 3 Car Garage. Two story.
plan4
Homesite #3098
5436 Energystone Dr.
$301,355
Plan 2 (Tuscan Exterior)
Approx. 1,878sqft
3 Bed, 2 Bath, 2 Car Garage. Single story.
plan2
Homesite #4128
2788 Kimberlite Rd.
$305,655

John Schroeder's blog

Housing Trends: Increase in New Homes in the Reno Sparks Area

According to the RGJ there has been an increase in contruction of new homes in the Reno Sparks area (read full article here).

New homes are back: After the collapse of the housing bubble, the hum of bulldozers on new home construction sites went silent. With the value of new homes going up, however, new housing is back in business.

Two-Story Home Advantages

Choosing to build a two-story house plan has many valuable benefits when it comes to cost and functionality. By stacking living space, you can add considerable square footage to your home without encroaching on valuable lot space.

Plan Four is the perfect house plan for those looking for a two-story home in Sparks. It has 2 bedrooms upstairs and the master bedroom on the main floor for added seclusion. You can expect to find flexible rooms, living and dining areas and many other amenities.

Benefits of Single-Story Homes

Affordability and comfort of the single-story home make it one of the most commonly built residential home designs in Nevada. Today's single-story house plans are anything but simple and plain.

Single-story homes are a great design for first-time homeowners who have small children, people with mobility issues and anyone who wants to save money on maintenance and utilities.

Relocate to a new home in Sparks

The Reno Sparks area is one of the most popular relocation destinations in Nevada, especially in Sparks, where home prices are still low and there is plenty of room to grow.

Settle Down for Retirement in a New Sparks Home

Looking for a place to retire? Look no further than the Reno-Sparks area. There’s plenty to do for active adults in the Washoe valley. Whether you’re interested in the outdoors or city life, the Reno-Sparks area has something for you.

New Homes Are More Energy Efficient

 

Market Resales Maintain Higher Prices

In this new economy, many indices we have relied on in the past just aren't applicable.  In housing, lumping sales data of distressed properties with that of market properties is completely misleading.  This last year the median resale home price has hovered in the $160,000 range.  The RSAR took a look at the sales of distressed properties and market properties separately for the period 7/1/10 thru 6/30/11.  They found that the median price of REO's was $140,000, the median price of Short Sales was $158,000 but the median price of Market properties was $214,

NO MORE NEW HOMES

5/25/11

 

The Nevada State Legislature has the opportunity to insure that there will be builders to build new homes here in the future and that those homes will be reasonably  priced. But will they?

 

February Median Resale Home Price

In a normal market median home price if reflective of the overall value of homes. In this current market, which is not broad based, it may not reflect changes in overall value. If more smaller homes are being sold, the median price will come down while other home's selling prices are unchanged. Therefore any discussion of median price should also include median square footage.