Eagle Springs Offers Many Homes During a Low Inventory Period

by Natalie Terchek


The Eagle Springs community has a wide selection of inventory, resulting in a 13 percent increase in sales and a 30 percent increase in relocation buyers in 2012.

The Eagle Springs community, a part of Newland Communities, has a wide selection of inventory, which is unusual when you consider the fact that Houston’s inventory is at a 15-year low. There has been a 13 percent increase in sales and a 30 percent increase in relocation buyers in 2012.

Eagle Springs Contains a Wide Selection of Inventory

Eagle Springs, located in the Humble Independent School District, is now showcasing 10 new model homes this spring, along with more than 50 homes available for a quick move-in.

“It’s springtime at Eagle Springs, and our home builders have new homes ready for the biggest home-buying season of the year,” Kayla Webb, the marketing director for Newland Communites, said.

Eagle Springs home builders have a wide selection of inventory to choose from. The community appears to be off to a strong start in 2013, with an average of one new home sold every day. Webb says it is due to amenities that are immediately available to users as soon as they move in.

“With so many homes ready for quick move-in, buyers can immediately begin enjoying 150 acres of recreational amenities, including trails, lakes, parks and fitness,” she said.

New Inventory is Good News for Buyers

When they are looking for a new home, many buyers are also looking to make a lifestyle change. Webb says the new Eagle Springs models are, “fresh off the architects’ drawing boards,” and are often customized for the buyers.

“These diverse models have been designed for home buyers wanting to scale down to a low-maintenece town home, move up to a larger home, or accommodate a changing dynamic,” she said.

Inventory is still at an all-time low for the Houston real estate market. However, it is assuring for buyers to know that more communities like Eagle Springs will be developing more homes to keep up with the supply-and-demand.

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