Two Premier Homebuilders! One Spectacular Grand Opening! The Preserve at Corkscrew!
Join us for Food & Refreshments, Live Entertainment, and Kid’s Activities.
Grand Opening Offer: $5,000 towards options & upgrades OR 1 Year paid HOA Fees (offer ends Sept. 1st)
Lennar and Pulte Homes invite you to the unveiling of The Preserve at Corkscrew, one of the Gulf Coast’s most charming luxury lifestyles. Preview beautiful decorated models and discover why these are two of the country’s most celebrated homebuilders. You’ll also discover the elegant, resortstyle living that this exciting nw community offers.
Single-Family Homes from the $200’s ~ Elegant Clubhouse ~ Fitness Center & Yoga Studio ~ Tennis & Playground ~ Island Pool & Spa
Cameratta building three new communities in the area.
By Andrea Stetson
Nick Cameratta is so sure that Estero is the place to be, he is leading Cameratta Companies in building three new communities in the area. Construction on homes recently began in the Preserve at Corkscrew and this month sales are beginning for the first homes and lots. Cameratta is in the permitting phase for two more developments: Corkscrew Woods, a planned community of up to 800 homes, and Midtowne Estero Village, which will have about 110 twin villas.
“We’ve been around for a long time in Cleveland and High Pointe Place in Fort Myers,” Cameratta said. “We think that Estero is the place to be.” The Preserve at Corkscrew will have 441 single-family homes on 510 acres of land off Corkscrew Road just two miles east of I-75. “It’s a nice new community,” Cameratta said. “It’s going to be cost-sensitive with fees. It does not have a golf course so that will help with the fees. The amenities will be gorgeous. We have an 8,000-square-foot clubhouse building in the first phase and anticipate completion January or February of next year. We’ll have amenities at the same time people are moving in.”
Lennar and Pulte are the two builders in the Preserve at Corkscrew. Each developer will offer executive, manor and estate homes ranging in size from 1,677 square feet to 3,400 square feet and in price from the low $200,000s to more than $500,000. “Estero is a fantastic area,” said Matt Deveraux, director of sales and marketing for Lennar. “It’s close to the airport, Coconut Point, Naples, Bonita and so much. It’s like Estero is the heart of Southwest Florida.” Deveraux said the Preserve at Corkscrew will target a wide variety of people from families to retirees. He said one of the best features is that almost every home will be on a preserve, lake or both. Josh Graeve, general sales manager of Pulte Homes, agrees that location is a top selling point for homes in the Preserve at Corkscrew. “This Estero location is exceptional,” he said. “It is so convenient to the shopping of Miromar Outlets, dining of Coconut Point and Gulf Coast Town Center, entertainment of Germain Arena, access to the Interstate, the airport and beautiful beaches. You simply cannot be more centrally located for everything Southwest Florida offers than this location.” Graeve said another benefit is being in a new community with all new amenities. “The homes and floor plans are brand new and exceptionally laid out and will be able to be built to the customer’s personal choices and preferences,” Graeve said.
Cameratta is excited to see things finally happening on his property in Estero. “There haven’t been too many new communities,” Cameratta said. “There hasn’t been much started from the ground up in a long time. It’s real exciting. The Estero market has been very successful for a long time. …It’s a great location.” steroide kaufen deutschland
Contributed by Lennar Homes
Sunday, May 6, 2012
Lennar Homes is one of the two premier builders selected to build homes in the Preserve at Corkscrew.
Lennar is offering its Executive and Manor homes priced starting in the mid-$200s. Building is anticipated to begin in mid-June.
Lennar’s “Everything’s Included” philosophy of building gives the consumer the most value for their money including granite countertops, a stainless steel appliance package, brick pavers, crown molding, tile in the wet areas and tile roofing.
The Preserve at Corkscrew will feature an array of amenities including a resort-style swimming pool, pool cabana with fireplace and TV overlooking the lake, tennis courts, gathering room, fitness center, aerobics studio, library, conference room, nature preserves, 16 lakes and sidewalks throughout the community. An upscale restaurant is planned at the entrance to the community.
The Preserve at Corkscrew is located two miles east of Interstate 75 on Corkscrew Road.
Lennar Corp., headquartered in Miami, builds homes in 18 states.
The nation’s largest home builders say that buyer traffic has picked up, sales increased and prices are stabilizing
Encouraging news for The Preserve at Corkscrew!
Is the new-home market finally leveling off?
WASHINGTON – Oct. 31, 2011 – The nation’s largest home builders say that buyer traffic has picked up, sales increased and prices are stabilizing, according to The Wall Street Journal. The Commerce Department reported that, for the first time in five months, new-home sales rose, increasing 5.7 percent in September. Builder confidence also rose, reaching its highest level in a year in October, according to an index of builder sentiment by the National Association of Home Builders.
Falling home prices and low mortgage rates have encouraged buyers, some builders report. Builders say they’re trimming some of the big losses plaguing them since the housing bubble burst; but they note they still have a long climb out of one of the worst years on record for new-home sales.
PulteGroup Inc., the second largest builder in the country, reported an 8 percent increase in revenue to $1.14 billion in the most recent quarter. The company also reported narrower losses in the most recent quarter: $139.3 million in losses this quarter compared to $995.1 million a year earlier, The Wall Street Journal notes.
Ryland Group Inc. also narrowed its losses: $21.3 million from $29.9 million the year prior. Its revenue also increased, rising 23 percent to $249 million, and its closings also rose 20 percent and orders climbed 30 percent.
“Hopefully, this is an indication that we reached a baseline of demand for new homes in this country and that better days are ahead,” Larry Nicholson, Ryland’s chief executive, said in a conference call with investors.
Source: “Builders May be Hitting a Bottom,” The Wall Street Journal (Oct. 27, 2011)
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