Media Coverage

The Sun-Gazette: “San Joaquin Valley Homes to build 138 residences in Dinuba”

Categories: Media Coverage | Posted: November 28, 2018 | Comments Off on The Sun-Gazette: “San Joaquin Valley Homes to build 138 residences in Dinuba”

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Visalia developer to break ground on Vista Robles neighborhood this month

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DINUBA – There is a housing shortage in every community in Tulare County. In Dinuba alone, the city will need to provide an additional 1,000 homes by 2023, according to the Regional Housing Needs Assessment conducted by the Tulare County Association of Governments.

In other words, 138 new homes would be a good start toward reaching that goal.

That’s the number of homes Visalia-based San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJVH) plans to begin building in Dinuba this month.

Just last week, SJVH and Presidio Residential Capital closed on 40 acres north of Nebraska Avenue and east of Viscaya Parkway in Dinuba and plan to build Vista Robles, a new neighborhood with 138 single-story detached homes. The partners plan to break ground this month and begin model construction in February 2019. The retail value of this project when it’s complete will exceed $38 million. Read the rest of this entry »

The Sun-Gazette: “SJV and Presidio offer Kensington neighborhood homes in low $200,000s”

Categories: Media Coverage | Posted: October 17, 2018 | Comments Off on The Sun-Gazette: “SJV and Presidio offer Kensington neighborhood homes in low $200,000s”

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San Joaquin Valley Homes and Presidio Residential Capital to build neighborhood offering 134 single-family houses in Tulare

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TULARE – Housing in Tulare County is one of the biggest problems facing the Valley’s economy. Economist Chris Thornberg says the lack of single-family home construction is concerning because it will mean higher overall prices for homebuyers.

“It’s because we don’t build enough,” Thornberg said at a conference in May of this year. “We only have half of the building permits we need annually.” Read the rest of this entry »

The Sun-Gazette: “SJV and Presidio offer Kensington neighborhood homes in low $200,000s”

Categories: Media Coverage | Posted: October 17, 2018 | Comments Off on The Sun-Gazette: “SJV and Presidio offer Kensington neighborhood homes in low $200,000s”

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San Joaquin Valley Homes and Presidio Residential Capital to build neighborhood offering 134 single-family houses in Tulare

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TULARE – Housing in Tulare County is one of the biggest problems facing the Valley’s economy. Economic Chris Thornberg says the lack of single-family home construction is concerning because it will mean higher overall prices for homebuyers.

“It’s because we don’t build enough,” Thornberg said at a conference in May of this year. “We only have half of the building permits we need annually.” Read the rest of this entry »

Builder: “SJV HOMES PLANS CENTRAL VALLEY COMMUNITY”

Categories: Media Coverage | Posted: October 15, 2018 | Comments Off on Builder: “SJV HOMES PLANS CENTRAL VALLEY COMMUNITY”

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Garden homes in Tulare will start in the low $200,000s.

San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) and Presidio Residential Capital plan to break ground this month at Kensington, a new residential community offering 134 detached single-family houses priced from the low $200,000s in Tulare in California’s Central Valley.

The neighborhood is expected to be open for sale by Spring of 2019. The retail value of this project is estimated to exceed $33 million.

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“With this beautiful new community, we’re offering growing families and young professionals an opportunity to live within one of the most desirable areas in the Central Valley,” said Danny Garcia, vice president of sales at SJV Homes. “With this price point, we believe we’ve hit a particularly sweet spot in this marketplace, and we expect these homes to move quickly.”

Kensington will offer garden houses with three plans ranging from 1,297 – 1,597 square feet, all on lots averaging 6,000 square feet. The community will include a park and a pond.

Located about one mile east of State Route 99, a Central Valley transportation corridor that connects Fresno to the north and Bakersfield to the south, Kensington is on Cartmill Street immediately west of Mooney Boulevard, next to SJV Homes’ sister community called Brighton in Visalia. The community is a 45-minute commute from Lemoore Naval Air Station and south Fresno.

This is a joint venture project with Presidio Residential Capital, a San Diego-based real estate investment company that funds 100% of the projects and operations of SJV Homes. To date, SJV Homes and Presidio have partnered on 22 projects totaling more than 2,475 units.

Founded in 2013 by Joe Leal, Jim Robinson and Randy Merrill, SJV Homes closed on its 1,000th home in September 2017, making it one of the region’s most active home builders.

 

Builder: “SJV HOMES PLANS CENTRAL VALLEY COMMUNITY”

Categories: Media Coverage | Posted: October 15, 2018 | Comments Off on Builder: “SJV HOMES PLANS CENTRAL VALLEY COMMUNITY”

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Garden homes in Tulare will start in the low $200,000s.

San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) and Presidio Residential Capital plan to break ground this month at Kensington, a new residential community offering 134 detached single-family houses priced from the low $200,000s in Tulare in California’s Central Valley.

The neighborhood is expected to be open for sale by Spring of 2019. The retail value of this project is estimated to exceed $33 million.

“With this beautiful new community, we’re offering growing families and young professionals an opportunity to live within one of the most desirable areas in the Central Valley,” said Danny Garcia, vice president of sales at SJV Homes. “With this price point, we believe we’ve hit a particularly sweet spot in this marketplace, and we expect these homes to move quickly.”

Kensington will offer garden houses with three plans ranging from 1,297 – 1,597 square feet, all on lots averaging 6,000 square feet. The community will include a park and a pond.

Located about one mile east of State Route 99, a Central Valley transportation corridor that connects Fresno to the north and Bakersfield to the south, Kensington is on Cartmill Street immediately west of Mooney Boulevard, next to SJV Homes’ sister community called Brighton in Visalia. The community is a 45-minute commute from Lemoore Naval Air Station and south Fresno.

This is a joint venture project with Presidio Residential Capital, a San Diego-based real estate investment company that funds 100% of the projects and operations of SJV Homes. To date, SJV Homes and Presidio have partnered on 22 projects totaling more than 2,475 units.

Founded in 2013 by Joe Leal, Jim Robinson and Randy Merrill, SJV Homes closed on its 1,000th home in September 2017, making it one of the region’s most active home builders.

The Business Journal: “134-HOME COMMUNITY IN TULARE SET TO BREAK GROUND”

Categories: Media Coverage | Posted: October 12, 2018 | Comments Off on The Business Journal: “134-HOME COMMUNITY IN TULARE SET TO BREAK GROUND”

Published On October 12, 2018 – 2:09 PM
Written By David Castellon

San Joaquin Valley Homes and Presidio Residential Capital are expected to break ground later this month on a new 134-home community in Tulare.

Plans are for the Kensington development to offer detached single-family houses from 1,297-1,597 square feet, with each of the three plans priced from the low $200,000 range, states a press release from the developers.

The estimated cost of the project is expected to exceed $33 million.

Sales of the homes a mile north of Highway 99 are expected to begin by spring of next year.

“With this beautiful new community, we’re offering growing families and young professionals an opportunity to live within one of the most desirable areas in the Central Valley,” Danny Garcia, vice president of sales at SJV Homes, said in the release. “With this price point, we believe we’ve hit a particularly sweet spot in this marketplace, and we expect these homes to move quickly.”

Kensington is a joint venture project with Presidio Residential Capital, a San Diego-based real estate investment company that funds 100 percent of the projects and operations of SJV Homes. To date, SJV Homes and Presidio have partnered on 22 projects totaling more than 2,475 homes, the developers report.

The Business Journal: “134-home community in Tulare set to break ground”

Categories: Media Coverage | Posted: October 12, 2018 | Comments Off on The Business Journal: “134-home community in Tulare set to break ground”

Published on October 12, 2018 – 2:09 PM
Written by David Castellon

San Joaquin Valley Homes and Presidio Residential Capital are expected to break ground later this month on a new 134-home community in Tulare.

Plans are for the Kensington development to offer detached single-family houses from 1,297-1,597 square feet, with each of the three plans priced from the low $200,000 range, states a press release from the developers.

The estimated cost of the project is expected to exceed $33 million. Read the rest of this entry »

The Sun-Gazette: “Local home builder expands to Fresno County”

Categories: Media Coverage | Posted: October 10, 2018 | Comments Off on The Sun-Gazette: “Local home builder expands to Fresno County”

Posted date: October 10, 2018 In: BusinessReal Estate

San Joaquin Valley Homes to build 150-home community, Summerlyn, in Kingsburg

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KINGSBURG – A Visalia-based homebuilder has expanded its portfolio to include Fresno County.

San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) and Presidio Residential Capital recently acquired 53 acres in Kingsburg, Calif., and plans to build Summerlyn, a new community offering 150 single-family detached homes. Construction is set to begin next month and a grand opening is tentatively scheduled for February of 2019. Read the rest of this entry »

Builder and Developer: “Home Developer Partners to Build 80 Single-Family Homes on 15 Acres”

Categories: Media Coverage | Posted: September 20, 2018 | Comments Off on Builder and Developer: “Home Developer Partners to Build 80 Single-Family Homes on 15 Acres”

September 20, 2018

San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) and Presidio Residential Capital recently closed on 15 acres of farm land in Porterville, California. The partners plan to build Cambria, a new neighborhood with 80 single-family detached garden homes. The project is expected to break ground in September—and will begin model construction in January 2019. The retail value of this project will exceed $18 million.

“The housing market in Tulare County continues to sizzle, and we know that’s because this is such a great place to live,” said Danny Garcia, vice president of sales at SJV Homes. “We’re thrilled to be able to get 80 local families into quality houses in a great location.” Read the rest of this entry »

The Sun-Gazette: “Visalia homebuilder expands to Porterville”

Categories: Media Coverage | Posted: September 12, 2018 | Comments Off on The Sun-Gazette: “Visalia homebuilder expands to Porterville”

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San Joaquin Valley Homes to break ground on 80-home neighborhood in west Porterville

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PORTERVILLE – A Visalia-based home builder is now building homes in Porterville.

San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) and Presidio Residential Capital recently closed on 15 acres of farm land on Henderson Avenue in Porterville and plans to build Cambria, a new neighborhood with 80 single-family detached garden homes and its first in Porterville. The partners plan to break ground this month ­and will begin model construction in January 2019. The retail value of this project will exceed $18 million.

“The housing market in Tulare County continues to sizzle, and we know that’s because this is such a great place to live,” said Danny Garcia, vice president of sales at SJV Homes. “We’re thrilled to be able to get 80 local families into quality houses in a great location.” Read the rest of this entry »