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California Dreaming: Couple’s First Home Is Big on Space and Value

December 13, 2018
California Dreaming

While searching for their first home, Shawn and Francine fell in love with the open-concept floor plans at Serrano at Glenrose Ranch in Highland, California. The layout of the Nielsen—offering a smooth transition between the kitchen, dining and great rooms—was exactly what they had envisioned in their new living space. Transitioning from renting to owning a new home was easy and comfortable with the assistance of their sales associate, Jennifer. She was in regular communication with the couple and divided the buying process into easily…

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Accessible Ranch-style Floor Plan Draws California Family

October 26, 2018
Accessible Ranch Home

When Abdulwahab, Lorena and their children moved to the United States from Kuwait, they had to adjust to the culture of a new country and a new living space. During their home search, they were lucky enough to find Creekside at The Ranch in Wildomar, California and the journey to their dream home began! The family had some very specific house hunting wish list items. Being able to access all areas of the home in his wheelchair was very important to Abdulwahab. He especially loves going into the…

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Best Places to Live: Temecula, CA

June 20, 2012

The Neal floor plan in Temecula, CA   Temecula is the jewel of Riverside County in California and many families are choosing this city to lay down roots. Fortunately, there are several new home communities in and around Temecula, CA for those homebuyers seeking newer construction. Temecula schools Homebuyers who have searched in neighboring cities in California may be pleased with how Temecula schools rank on GreatSchools.org, a website that evaluates schools according to test results in several categories. Eleven public elementary schools in Temecula…

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