San Joaquin Valley Homes Blog

Blog Archive for January, 2016

Bloomberg: “2015: A Banner Year for San Joaquin Valley Homes”

Categories: Media Coverage | Posted: January 26, 2016 | Comments Off on Bloomberg: “2015: A Banner Year for San Joaquin Valley Homes”

Local homebuilder San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) had a successful year in 2015 with 268 homes sold. SJV Homes constructed and closed 237 homes in 2015 — a 67 percent increase over the 142 homes it closed in 2014. The company also closed out one subdivision and added two more.

“Our second full year as a production homebuilder has been a very successful and satisfying year,” said Joe Leal, co-founder for Visalia-based San Joaquin Valley Homes. “And we continue to grow, we are adding a new neighborhood, Sedona, at the Palo Verde master plan in East Tulare and hope to have a grand opening in March. We will work around the El Nino spring rains to schedule that because we, like everyone else, desperately want rain for our region.”

SJV Homes closed out Catalina in December 2015, its first subdivision in Tulare County with 71 units.

“Catalina is a beautiful neighborhood that was well-received, and our thanks go out to our superintendent Chris Machado for a job well done,” Leal said. Read the rest of this entry »

StreetInsider.com: “2015: A Banner Year for San Joaquin Valley Homes”

Categories: Media Coverage | Posted: January 26, 2016 | Comments Off on StreetInsider.com: “2015: A Banner Year for San Joaquin Valley Homes”

Local homebuilder San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) had a successful year in 2015 with 268 homes sold. SJV Homes constructed and closed 237 homes in 2015 — a 67 percent increase over the 142 homes it closed in 2014. The company also closed out one subdivision and added two more.

“Our second full year as a production homebuilder has been a very successful and satisfying year,” said Joe Leal, co-founder for Visalia-based San Joaquin Valley Homes. “And we continue to grow, we are adding a new neighborhood, Sedona, at the Palo Verde master plan in East Tulare and hope to have a grand opening in March. We will work around the El Nino spring rains to schedule that because we, like everyone else, desperately want rain for our region.”

SJV Homes closed out Catalina in December 2015, its first subdivision in Tulare County with 71 units. Read the rest of this entry »

Yahoo! Finance: “2015: A Banner Year for San Joaquin Valley Homes”

Categories: Media Coverage | Posted: January 26, 2016 | Comments Off on Yahoo! Finance: “2015: A Banner Year for San Joaquin Valley Homes”

Local homebuilder San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) had a successful year in 2015 with 268 homes sold. SJV Homes constructed and closed 237 homes in 2015 — a 67 percent increase over the 142 homes it closed in 2014. The company also closed out one subdivision and added two more.

“Our second full year as a production homebuilder has been a very successful and satisfying year,” said Joe Leal, co-founder for Visalia-based San Joaquin Valley Homes. “And we continue to grow, we are adding a new neighborhood, Sedona, at the Palo Verde master plan in East Tulare and hope to have a grand opening in March. We will work around the El Nino spring rains to schedule that because we, like everyone else, desperately want rain for our region.” Read the rest of this entry »

2015: A BANNER YEAR FOR SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY HOMES

Categories: Press Releases | Posted: January 26, 2016 | Comments Off on 2015: A BANNER YEAR FOR SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY HOMES

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Homebuilder Sold 268 Homes During Second Year in Business, Had 73 Closings in December 

VISALIA, Calif. – January 25, 2016 – Local homebuilder San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) had a successful year in 2015 with 268 homes sold. SJV Homes constructed and closed 237 homes in 2015 —a 67 percent increase over the 142 homes it closed in 2014. The company also closed out one subdivision and added two more.

“Our second full year as a production homebuilder has been a very successful and satisfying year,” said Joe Leal, co-founder for Visalia-based San Joaquin Valley Homes. “And we continue to grow, we are adding a new neighborhood, Sedona, at the Palo Verde master plan in East Tulare and hope to have a grand opening in March. We will work around the El Nino spring rains to schedule that because we, like everyone else, desperately want rain for our region.” Read the rest of this entry »

13 Effective Ways to Organize Your New San Joaquin Valley Home

Categories: SJV Homes Blog | Posted: January 25, 2016 | Comments Off on 13 Effective Ways to Organize Your New San Joaquin Valley Home

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Anyone who has ever moved an entire household knows that organization is the key to a smooth move. Organizing is often easier said than done, especially if you lived in your last home for a long period of time.

Going through everything before you move is the best strategy to organizing your new home.

But even if you have already moved and are sitting amidst a sea of boxes trying not to feel overwhelmed, or if you are throwing your arms up in frustration because you have already unpacked, there is hope. Read the rest of this entry »

Water from The Sky on San Joaquin Valley Homes

Categories: SJV Homes Blog | Posted: January 19, 2016 | Comments Off on Water from The Sky on San Joaquin Valley Homes

What are those strange drops falling from the sky? Some new agricultural technique or unheard of environmental phenomenon? Don’t panic. It’s just rain: unfamiliar enough in these parts to cause wonder at their appearance and, ultimately, gratitude. We now have water filling our aquifers, watering our farms, and greening our backyards. It’s time to switch prepping around the house from unending dryness to moisture, thanks to the effects of El Niño. Helping you to do just that are the following tips, mostly from the Los Angeles Times. 

Clear the exterior gutters and drains.

There was no need to worry about the leaves, branches, and other debris falling on your gutters or piling up around your storm drains since neither were ever in use. But this debris can prevent water from effectively draining from your property, which can cause  flooding and water damage. Clear these accumulations and while you’re at it, inspect your gutters for any leaks and ensure they are pressed tightly against the roof line. Make repairs immediately to prevent any holes from getting bigger.  Read the rest of this entry »

Builder & Developer: “San Joaquin Valley Homes Embraces Central Valley’s Community”

Categories: Media Coverage | Posted: January 18, 2016 | Comments Off on Builder & Developer: “San Joaquin Valley Homes Embraces Central Valley’s Community”

 

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San Joaquin Valley Homes is making its presence known in California’s Central Valley with its high quality homes that offer the luxurious feel of custom homes at affordable prices.

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San Joaquin Valley Homebuilders Reveal A Bright Future for Tulare County

Categories: SJV Homes Blog | Posted: January 11, 2016 | Comments Off on San Joaquin Valley Homebuilders Reveal A Bright Future for Tulare County
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San Marino in Visalia by San Joaquin Valley Homes

It’s fairly easy to find out how Tulare County is doing with a drive around the area. The bustle in the shops of Visalia and Tulare, the condition of roads and other public construction, and even the types of homes and prices at our developments reveal something about the area economy.

But if you’re going to move your family and yourself to this part of California, you need assurances beyond your agent’s optimism that the future looks bright. For objective information, you can turn to the California County-Level Economic Forecast put out by the Economic Analysis Branch of the California Department of Transportation. The report predicts how the state will be doing from 2013 to 2040, with much of the focus from 2013 to 2018. Here are the highlights for Tulare County.

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Prepping for The New Year in Central Valley Homes

Categories: SJV Homes Blog | Posted: January 4, 2016 | Comments Off on Prepping for The New Year in Central Valley Homes

The New Year is a great time to take stock of where you are with your Central Valley home and where you want to take it, whether you’ve just moved in or have been living there awhile. You can take care of stuff that you may not have time for during the rest of the year. Here are a few things that you may want to do this month before the rest of the year catches up with you.

Get rid of Christmas.

As much as you may enjoy the holiday season, its decor has to come down now. Carefully put away the tinsel, wreaths, and garlands for use next year. Wrap your Christmas lights around a long and stiff piece of cardboard, so they don’t tangle when you need them. If you have any decorations that are questionable, such as an animated figure that is on its last legs, get rid of them now so they doesn’t occupy valuable storage space. You can always buy replacements come December. Read the rest of this entry »