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Lansner on Real Estate “Builders unfazed by new home sales drop”

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  • Lansner on Real Estate “Builders unfazed by new home sales drop”

    BY JON LANSNER, THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER The U.S. Commerce Department reported this past week that new home sales in the nation fell to the lowest level in February in at least 48 years. Sales of new homes plunged in February to an annual rate of 250,000, the Commerce Department said. That’s the lowest monthly...
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  • Drawing Crowds

    BY JOHN CLAUFIELD, BUILDER Dave Barisic vice president of Brandywine Homes Irvine, Calif. After we carefully research our home buying audience for one of our developments, we may continue with traditional advertising (depending on the demographic) or branch out into social media. In 2011, we will be creating a...
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  • Builders Bet on Internet and Social Marketing to Boost Spring Sales

    Marketing new homes over the Internet, especially through social media, has come so far in recent years that it will be the primary marketing strategy for most builders this spring. And no one seems to consider this an especially big leap of faith. When we asked three builders for the March issue of Builder how they...
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  • Brandywine Homes To Build 42 Two-Story Single Family Homes In Orchard Development

    Brandywine Homes Will Build 42 Two-Story Single Family Homes in the Orchard Development on the Site of a Demolished La Mirada Strip Mall Brandywine Paid La Mirada Redevelopment Agency Nearly $5.9 Million for the Former Alondra Center LA MIRADA, CA - February 27, 2011 – A former strip mall site that has been...
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  • La Mirada Works Deal With Brandywine To Bring 42 New Homes To Former Shopping Center

    BY TRACY GARDIA, LONG BEACH PRESS TELEGRAM LA MIRADA - The city and Brandywine Homes have agreed to a development deal that will bring 42 new single-family homes to the four-acre site that used to house the former Alondra Center. Irvine-based Brandywine Homes has agreed to pay nearly $5.9 million to the city's...
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  • Orchards Housing Development Planned for La Mirada

    BY CITY OF LA MIRADA CITY NEWS The La Mirada Redevelopment Agency has approved an agreement with Brandywine Homes to develop 42 single-family homes on Alondra Boulevard east of Escalona Road. The new Orchards housing development will be constructed as part of a $20-million project on four-acres that had contained...
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