|Re: Rental Units & Starting Construction with 50% of Units Sold||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: PattyMara (PattyMaraaol.com)|
|Date: Wed, 15 Jul 1998 23:40:26 -0500|
In a message dated 98-07-15 16:41:04 EDT, SharonVillines [at] prodigy.net writes: << Does anyone have experience with starting construction with only 50% of the units sold? Is it true that units are easier to sell once they are under construction with a (fairly) definite move in date? >> Sharon, When Tierra Nueva broke ground last fall we had 19 of our 27 households committed. We slowly added members as the foundations, framing and roofing emerged on the site. Then we hit a plateau, and had 5 or 6 units remaining for what seemed like forever. Until last month. Out of the woodwork came prospective members and we sold out, and have folks waiting in line to get in. I believe that some of this had to do with the season, but much of it was that the common house is nearly complete, and is so spectacular--and as the cabinets and tiling goes into the homes, they seem much more homey. Also, the risk decreases as construction proceeds. It all adds up to a very positive energy stream. Keep the faith. You'll sell out and have a waiting list too. Patty Mara Gourley Tierra Nueva, Central CA Coast, crystal clear beach day, star filled night
Rental Units & Starting Construction with 50% of Units Sold Sharon Villines, July 15 1998
- RE: Rental Units & Starting Construction with 50% of Units Sold Deborah Behrens, July 15 1998
- Re: Rental Units & Starting Construction with 50% of Units Sold PattyMara, July 15 1998
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