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Buyer Demand Increases, No Standing Inventory at Richmond New Home Community

Richmond new homeDue to a recent increase in buyer demand, the Villas at Grey Oaks is currently experiencing a lack of standing inventory. This increase in
Richmond new home sales is due to a resurgence of market activity from empty nesters and Boone Homes has started new construction in order to keep up.

“As the housing market in Richmond has picked up, empty nesters are seeing that now is a great time to sell their current home and downsize,” said David Owen, president of Boone Homes. “With maintenance free exteriors and spacious interiors offering one level living, our homes at the Villas at Grey Oaks are ideal for empty nesters.”

Villas at Grey Oaks is a luxury, maintenance free community with 85 single-family homes featuring three and four bedroom floor plans. These homes provide easy one level living which allows homeowners to enjoy a first floor owner’s suite while having the upstairs guest ready.

Empty nesters are purchasing more homes in this community because of their size and convenience. With all of the homes maintenance free, residents at Villas at Grey Oaks can spend less time on yard work and more time with their children, grandchildren and each other.

Starting from the $480,000s, this Boone Homes community gives these empty nesters the chance to finally design their dream home. Luxurious granite countertops, hardwood flooring, raised panel cabinetry and other designer touches can be added and customized to buyer preference. Other options such as lofts, sunrooms and extra bedrooms are available to ensure that buyers can get all that they wish for in their new home.

Due to the increase in market activity, Boone Homes has begun construction on new homes at Villas at Grey Oaks. For more information on this extraordinary community, call 804-708-5130 or visit
www.BooneHomes.net.

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