28

Dec
2016
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Local homebuying

New Communities—Coming in 2017!

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It’s an exciting year for homebuyers because we’re opening over 25 new communities across the country! Check out some of our exceptional neighborhoods that have recently opened, or will open later this year.   ARIZONA (PHOENIX) Avondale Tres Rios Landing ~ From the low $200s     Laveen Coplen Farms Estates ~ From the $200s …

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06

Oct
2016
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For buyers

Home Storage: What to Look for During Your House Hunt

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You’re in the market for a new home, and at the top of your list: abundant storage space. Good news! Unlike many years ago when builders seemed to skimp on  home storage (tour any historic home and you’re practically guaranteed to find the closets lacking!), new homes typically allow ample room for all of your …

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26

Jul
2016
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For buyers

A Guide to Our Free Homebuyer Guides

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At Richmond American, we love helping new homebuyers attain the dream of homeownership. And with nearly 40 years in the industry, we’ve learned a thing or two about the process! Perhaps you’re just beginning your house hunt, or maybe you’ve already decided on a floor plan and community. Regardless of your stage in the homebuying …

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26

Apr
2016
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Local homebuying

Why Retire in Tucson, Arizona?

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When it comes to retirement hotspots, Tucson, Arizona, is at the top of the list—literally. The charming city in the Sonoran Desert was recently ranked fourth among “America’s 10 best cities for retirement,” according to Bankrate.com. Active adults are hitting the big 6-5, exiting the workforce and flocking to Tucson in droves. And those who …

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22

Mar
2016
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Local homebuying

New Homes Near Military Bases

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Did you know we build new homes near more than 25 military bases in the US? Look for your duty station on the map below, then scroll down for links to your area’s communities and floor plans. Whether you’re tired of base housing (or the base housing waitlist), weighing your housing options for an upcoming …

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