Demand for new homes is high in the Bay Area, but just outside the metro’s main hub there are attainable options—if you know where to look. For your consideration, we’ve gathered seven cities within reach of San Francisco’s many attractions, but without the sky-high home prices you’ll find in other parts of the Bay Area real estate market.
Homebuyers in south Aurora can get a modern, low-maintenance home with Richmond American’s Cityscape Collection—without sacrificing their urban lifestyle needs. The three-story homes at this community do not have shared walls, offering privacy. To top them off, the rooftop terraces provide space to relax and entertain outdoors without the yard maintenance.
We all want to live where we’d like to retire, but many of us have yet to figure out where exactly that is. Fortunately, with over 40 years’ experience exploring (and building in!) great places to retire from coast to coast, we’ve got a few suggestions you may not have considered before.
Searching for a new home in Greater Portland? We have noticed some floor plan trends in and around The City of Roses in recent months. See how your new home wish list compares to that of other area buyers—and learn about some exciting home features that may appeal to you! Read more.
Located approximately 100 miles south of Denver, where Fountain Creek meets the Arkansas River, Pueblo, Colorado, is a great place to live, work and play. Read on to learn why the Pueblo, Colorado, population is booming! Steeped in history Pueblo, Colorado, was founded in 1842…
Fort Collins may get more attention, but nearby Windsor and Timnath, Colorado are two towns well worth a look! Boasting year-over-year growth, vibrant communities and incredible natural surroundings, both areas offer a laid-back, peaceful lifestyle in close proximity to the conveniences of the city. Keep reading to find out why Windsor or Timnath might be the perfect spot for your dream home!