Westin Homes Is Excited to be Building in These Two Great Newland Communities!
New-home sales increased by double digits last year in the Humble area communities of Eagle Springs and Summerwood, both developments of Newland Communities.
Eagle Springs reported a sales increase of 11 percent, with 264 new homes sold in 2012. Last year, 234 new homes were sold in this 1,361-acre community, located along Will Clayton Parkway.
At Summerwood, sales increased 14 percent, with 213 new homes sold last year versus 187 in 2011. A 1,500-acre community, Summerwood is located at the Sam Houston Tollway and W. Lake Houston Parkway.
Houston’s steadily improving housing and job markets, plus major developments in and around both Eagle Springs and Summerwood, helped to boost sales in both communities, according to Kayla Webb, marketing director for Newland Communities.
“Even though 2013 is only a few weeks old, Houston is landing on all kinds of national lists of the best places to move and find a job,” Webb said. “With an economy and lifestyle anchored by Bush Intercontinental Airport and major communities such as Eagle Springs and Summerwood, the Humble and Northeast Houston areas are attracting an increasing share of Houston’s regional growth.”
Both Eagle Springs and Summerwood are expanding their range of new homes and amenities to appeal to homebuyers, Webb said.
Eagle Springs added townhomes priced from the $160,000s to its lineup last fall, and opened a total of six new traditional single-family model homes. Eagle Springs also opened a new recreational amenity, the Valley Springs Clubhouse and Spray Park, last fall.
Summerwood has added new builders and is gearing up for the grand opening of its newest “model home village” this spring, where six decorated model homes will be showcased in a single location for one-stop shopping. Summerwood has also benefited from the transformation of the Sam Houston Tollway into a nonstop expressway between U.S. 59 North and U.S. Highway 90.
Source: Community Reports – Houston Community Newspapers