The Milan plan great room and kitchen viewed from the entry

Four Ways to Ease the First Night in Your New House

Four Ways to Ease the First Night in Your New House
The first day in your new home will be exhausting! You’ll have spent the day running back and forth, unpacking, cleaning and setting up places for everyone to sleep and eat. If you have kids, they may be toggling between excitement for their new house and sadness for what they’re leaving – especially if the move isn’t a close one. To ease everyone’s transition from the old to the new, these suggestions may help.

Hanging Shoe Organizers – Not Just for Shoes!

Shoe Organizer
Who doesn’t love a good storage hack! And especially if it’s inexpensive, easy to find and takes little to no set up. You may even have it at your house already doing the job it was meant to do. But let’s think outside the box a little when it comes to over-the-door shoe organizers. You know the ones...with the little pockets that fit a pair of shoes. Well, a lot of other things will fit there too!

Homeowner Tips for the New Year

Homeowner Tips for the New Year
During the chillier months of winter, it’s tempting to curl up into a ball on the sofa under a blanket, light the fire and binge watch your favorite show. But home ownership comes with a few responsibilities and there’s no time like the beginning of the year to get things done! The following is a list of items to tackle or start in January to make the rest of the year easier on you.

San Joaquin Valley Homes and Presidio Residential Capital Close on Land in Northwest Dinuba, Calif.

Montebella
San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) and Presidio Residential Capital recently closed on land in northwest Dinuba, Calif., in Tulare County, where they will build 175 single family, detached homes in a new community named Montebella. Located at the intersection of Road 72 and Saginaw Avenue, construction is slated to begin May 2022 with model homes available in late summer 2022.

New Year Resolutions for Your Home

New Year for Home
To commemorate the beginning of each year, many of us take the time to list out what we want to do to better ourselves...our new year resolutions. While you’re making a list, why not consider adding some resolutions for your home as well. After all it needs to be taken care of too!

What to Buy a New Homeowner for Christmas?

Merry doormat
If someone you know has just purchased a new home, or if you did and you’re writing your own Santa wish list, here are a few items that you’ll love to give and receive! From high to low tech options, these gadgets and gifts will come in very handy!

How to Safely Enjoy Your Fresh Christmas Tree Throughout the Season

Christmas Tree
A real Christmas tree is a wonderful addition to your home at the holidays. Perhaps you have an annual tradition of either cutting down your tree at a local Christmas tree farm or heading out as a family to select your tree at your favorite tree lot. But according to NFPA, although Christmas tree fires are rare, U.S. fire departments respond to nearly 200 fires started by trees at home every year.

Thanksgiving Activities for the Entire Weekend

Thanksgiving activities
On Thanksgiving, serving a spectacular meal to your family and friends tends to take center stage, but it’s also a wonderful time to focus on the people and not just the food. Thanksgiving Day turns into Thanksgiving weekend, with a good amount of downtime for the kids and your visitors. Here’s a fun list of creative activities to do after the dishes are done! Get ready to make some new memories and perhaps, start some new traditions.

Be Extra Kind on World Kindness Day

World KIndness
Introduced in 1989, World Kindness Day is an international observance on November 13 introduced by the World Kindness Movement. It is a day where we should be extra aware of how our actions affect others and to focus on random acts of kindness that will make others feel liked, appreciated and respected. This list of ideas will do just that. With enough practice we can all make kindness the norm!

San Joaquin Valley Homes and Presidio Residential Capital Close on Land in Visalia, Calif.

Vista del Sol
San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) and Presidio Residential Capital closed on land in southeast Visalia, Calif., in Tulare County, where they will build a new single family, detached home community called Vista del Sol. Located at the southeast corner of K Avenue and Pinkham Street between Ben Maddox Parkway and Sleeves Lane, construction is slated to begin in the fall of 2021 with the first homes released for sale in the second quarter of 2022.

Fall Family Fun in the San Joaquin Valley

Pumpkin Patch
Sizzling early sunsets, the aroma of autumn spices, sweater weather and pumpkins all represent some of our fall favorites. And since San Joaquin Valley is located in one of the world’s top agricultural meccas, we are fortunate to have a premier pick of pumpkin patches! Here are a few of our top choices – some may require a drive and some are nearby, but all have something enjoyable for everyone. Please check with each one prior to arrival for details on your visit.

Celebrate National Good Neighbor Day

Good Neighbor Day
National Good Neighbor Day celebrated each September 28, was created with the goal for communities to become more connected to those living near them. Of course, being a good neighbor doesn’t need to start and stop on this day...there are many things you can do throughout the year to celebrate and appreciate those who live around you. We’ve come up with four ways to celebrate your friends...new and old!

San Joaquin Valley Homes and Presidio Residential Capital Celebrate the Grand Opening of Sterling Oaks in Hanford, California this Weekend

Sterling Oaks
HANFORD, Calif. - San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) and Presidio Residential Capital are pleased to announce the grand opening of Sterling Oaks, the first residential neighborhood located within the planned community of Live Oak, offering 106 detached single-family houses priced starting at $325,900, on Saturday, September 18, 2021, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.