KB Home Rolls Out Plan for Latest Community
- Apr 17, 2015
On the heels of a solid homebuying month in the Las Vegas area, KB Home recently revealed plans for its latest residential community. The homebuilder announced the opening of Portola Hills in Henderson, a favorite development destination in recent years.
KB Home plans to offer 31 semi-custom homes that can be “personalized to reflect each individual homebuyer’s preferences through our unique homebuilding process,” Rob McGibney, president of the company’s Las Vegas division, explained in a statement.
The homes will be available in one- and two-story floor plans ranging in size between 1,849 and 3,059 square feet. KB Home’s residents will be ENERGY STAR-qualified structures designed to save energy costs.
Prices will start in the high $200,000s. Well-regarded public schools are nearby: Coronado High School, Bob Miller Middle School, and Glen Taylor Elementary School.
Greater Las Vegas’ single-family home market in the Las Vegas area has been improving for some time now. According to the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors, month-over-month figures show that the number of single-family sales went up 37.8 percent in March. Sale prices of the 2,707 homes sold last month traded hands in March stood at $205,000, virtually unchanged from February but 5.1 percent higher than in March 2014, when the average price stood at $195,000.
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