It’s nearly January – the time to make yourself promises to eat better, do better and live better. But why stop there? If you’re in a new home or you’re simply trying to get a better handle on the one you already have, extend your resolution list to your personal property as well. There’s no reason why you can’t make your house healthier too!
We can all agree that the merriest Christmas tree is the safest Christmas tree. And for a tree to be safe, we are referring not just to the tree, but to everyone and everything around it…including your pets. This list of tree tips will help keep your home and family protected throughout the season.
In a blink, it’s the holiday season! And whether you’re celebrating in a new house or holding on to traditions in the same home as last year, there’s no doubt…it’s always fun to decorate. We’re here to help you get started with some fun, easy and quick ways to showcase joy throughout your house.
Have you ever dreamed of hosting an elaborate Thanksgiving dinner for lots of people? Now that you have a new home with a big kitchen and ample entertaining space, you can! But where to start? We’ve prepared a checklist to help you achieve a bountiful Thanksgiving feast fit for your treasured family and friends.
Local homebuilder San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) announced today that it has sold all the homes and closed out two of its communities: Catalina, a neighborhood of 51 single-family homes in Visalia, and Viscaya, a master-planned community of 124 single-family homes in Dinuba, Calif.
Contrary to what the rest of the country (world?) thinks, living in California doesn’t mean sunny warm temperatures 12 months of the year. We too experience chilly weather and even extreme rain and wind at times. This means we also need to prepare our homes for these expected seasonal events! Here’s a fall maintenance list that doesn’t include make sure your snow shovels are handy at all times:
Settling into a brand new neighborhood is the next logical step after moving in. In fact, meeting new friends in a master-planned community can even happen in the sales office before you’ve signed on the dotted line. These tips will have you mingling and mixing with your newest friends in no time.
Summer has shifted into fall, and with this seasonal change comes cooler evenings, earlier sunsets and, fun new decorating opportunities! Pumpkins and scarecrows beware….we’re coming for you! Check out our list of fun and easy ways to make your home autumn friendly.
Now that you’ve taken the big step to purchase a brand new home, it’s important to maintain your investment. Since it is new, you luckily won’t have any repairs to do right away. But you should take the necessary steps to keep things working and looking their best for as long as possible. Follow our tips to keeping your new house in tip top shape!
Outdoor living is one of the many reasons people love to live in California. Even if the daytime is hot, the evening’s cooler air welcomes everyone outside. Planning this space can be fun too. From dining to sports to hobbies to just plain relaxing, your backyard can provide you with additional living space. With these tips and strategies, you’ll be enjoying the outside as much as the inside in no time!
Sadly (happily?) summertime – AKA summer break – is coming to end for families everywhere. So long late nights and lax schedules. To prepare your kids (and you!) for this life altering state, there are a few things you can do around your home to make the transition easier and to help prep your kids for the inevitable.
Being in the market for a new home can be a very exciting time, but it comes with a lot of decisions too. From where to live to how big a home to new or resale. If you choose to purchase a new home another wave of questions appears such as who to purchase it from. Sometimes the choice comes down to a national builder versus a local builder. While a national builder has, perhaps, more recognition, there are some very good reasons to selecting a company that is a little closer to home.
Families Camped Out to Secure Lots in
New Community Offering 150 Single-Family Homes
KINGSBURG, Calif. – San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) and Presidio Residential Capital held a highly successful grand opening for Summerlyn, a new community of 150 single-family detached homes in southeast Kingsburg, Calif., on Saturday, July 27.
KINGSBURG– A Visalia-based homebuilder just opened a new subdivision with 150 homes on the edge of Tulare County.
San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) and Presidio Residential Capital held a grand opening at Summerlyn, a new community with 150 single-family homes in southeast Kingsburg, Calif., on Saturday, July 27. The home prices start in the $260,000s.
Families Camp Out to Secure Lots in
New Community Offering 150 Single-Family Homes
KINGSBURG, Calif. – San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) and Presidio Residential Capital will hold a grand opening at Summerlyn, a new community with 150 single-family detached homes in southeast Kingsburg, Calif., on Saturday, July 27, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The home prices start in the $260,000s.
The California Central Valley, from the Cascade mountains in the north to the Tehachapi range in the south, contains about 75% of California’s irrigated land and produces about 40% of the nation’s fruits, nuts, and other table foods. It also is an area growing in residential housing.
Although we sometimes receive lots of rainfall during the winter in many parts of the state, California still sits precariously on the edge of being in a drought more times than not. And when we slip into these dry spells, one of the first things we’re asked to cut back on is outdoor watering and irrigation. As a result, many homeowners have opted for artificial turf. Before deciding if this is the route you’d like to go, consider both the pros and cons.
New Community Offering 80 Single-Family Homes on 15 Acres
PORTERVILLE, Calif. – San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) and Presidio Residential Capital will hold a grand opening at Cambria, a new neighborhood with 80 single-family detached garden homes on 15 acres in northwest Porterville, Calif., on Saturday, July 20, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.