Brandywine Homes Begins Model Construction at Newbury in Yorba Linda

June 19th, 2017

8.38-Acre Community Expected to Open Later This Year 

YORBA LINDA, Calif. Brandywine Homes has started building model homes at Newbury, a 8.38-acre community offering 15 estate homes on Highland Avenue in Yorba Linda. The community is scheduled to open for sale in Fall of 2017.

“We can’t wait to show this one-of-a-kind community to homebuyers,” said Dave Barisic, principal in charge of sales and marketing at Brandywine Homes, a pioneer of infill development in Southern California. “Nowhere else can they find this level of luxury homes in a rural setting. Yorba Linda is a charming small town with so much to offer, from award-winning schools to upscale shopping and dining.” Read More >

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The Five Best Apps for Your Home

June 19th, 2017

The smart home revolution has been kicked into high gear in recent years allowing you to control nearly all your home’s electronic features from anywhere on the planet. But while the technology continues to improve and broaden overall applicability, the sheer amount of app options can be completely overwhelming for those who aren’t tech experts but still want to experience the benefits of a smart home. Here are five of the best apps for your home that can help you join the wave of the future of smart home technology without having to be a techie. Read More >

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$5,000 Heros Bonus!

June 15th, 2017

We appreciate everything our military personnel, firefighters, police, educators and medical professionals do for us everyday and we’d like to thank you with $5,000 to spend towards upgrades, options, appliance packages, closing costs and more. Please see a sales representative at anyone of our for sale neighborhoods for details.

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The Basics of Multigenerational Living in Southern California

June 12th, 2017

The cost of living is high, particularly in Southern California–and many jobs aren’t offering raises fast enough to keep up with it. For this reason, among many others, many families are turning to multigenerational living options. It’s not a new trend. In fact, multigenerational living in Southern California has been around for years. The difference is that now there are homes specifically designed with this idea in mind.

The Benefits of Multigenerational Living
Typically, young adults can’t wait to get out of their parents’ houses and out on their own. Their first apartment is a huge milestone, even if it’s a tiny closet of a room shared with a roommate. As those young adults age, however, they discover multigenerational living has a number of financial advantages–and as a result, they’re moving home with mom and dad. Benefits of multigenerational living include: Read More >

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Top Five Reasons to Move to Riverdale in Long Beach

June 5th, 2017

Long Beach offers convenient access to both Los Angeles and Orange County, boasts a stunningly developed waterfront and offers urban sophistication in a hip downtown, while older used homes or plentiful, new developments are quite a bit scarcer. If you’ve been looking for an up-to-date single-family abode at this desirable city, here are the top reasons to buy a home at Riverdale.

1. The kids will finally get their own bedrooms.
As your kids have grown up, they’ve been clamoring for their own spaces. Reward their patience with a room of their own. Even our entry-level plan allows your boy and girl to each get a territory. Up your choice to Plan 3 and the five-bedroom/two-bath will accommodate a large family. Read More >

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Brandywine Homes to Build 10-Acre Community Offering 28 Single-Family Homes in San Dimas, Calif.

June 2nd, 2017

Saddle Creek Will Offer Much-Needed Housing in Underserved San Gabriel Valley  

SAN DIMAS, Calif. – June 2, 2017 – Following an entitlement process that took more than three years, Saddle Creek 28 Group, a subsidiary of Brandywine Homes, has acquired a 10-acre site entitled for 28 single-family homes in San Dimas, Calif. Saddle Creek is scheduled to break ground later this year. Read More >

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