Recent Releases

January 2016

New Tuscan and Spanish Colonial-Style Homes Coming to PGA WEST

Jan 5th 2016 By Lawrence Karol | Palm Springs Life
July 2015

$629,500 median: O.C. home prices hit post-recession high

Jul 16th 2015 By Jeff Collins | OC Register
Orange County’s housing market heated up in June with both prices and sales soaring to highs not seen since the housing bubble burst eight years ago, CoreLogic reported Wednesday. [more]
June 2015

Woodbridge Pacific Group Continues Expansion

Jun 24th 2015 By David Phillips | Orange County GlobeSt.com
MISSION VIEJO, CA—Orange County-basedhomebuilder/developerWoodbridge Pacific Groupis expanding and diversifying, boosted by a commitment of up to $200 million in equity capital by its established financial partner, a private equity firm based in New York. Woodbridge (WPG) will utilize this support to implement four new projects slated for 2015-2016, and for new opportunities it is pursuing in prime California markets. [more]
November 2014

Forestar Land Partners Sells Canyon Hills to Woodbridge Pacific Group

Nov 15th 2014 By Market Wired - Foremost Communities | Yahoo Finance
CHINO HILLS, CA--(Marketwired - Nov 13, 2014) -Forestar Land Partners, LLC, a venture between Foremost Communities and a Starwood Capital Group Global controlled affiliate, has sold Canyon Hills, a 141-acre gated community that will feature 76 luxury homes in Chino Hills, to Woodbridge Pacific Group. The home sites are designed around the rolling topography and native oaks to optimize open space and view premiums. [more]
September 2014

Thinking of borrowing? Low mortgage rates may be poised to rise

Sep 12th 2014 By Tim Logan | Los Angeles Times

If you're borrowing to buy a house, there's almost never been a better time to do it.

Interest rates on an average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage hit 4.1% this week, a low for the year, according to lending giant Freddie Mac.

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May 2014

Next Phase of Seven Oaks Breaks Ground

May 7th 2014 By John Cox | The Bakersfield Californian

For 12 years, Seven Oaks has remained mostly as it was: a grand but incomplete master-planned community in southwest Bakersfield. That period of relative quiet ended Wednesday, albeit symbolically, as developers broke ground on a 175-acre expansion planned to deliver the first of 727 new homes next summer.

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