DMB’s Eastmark and Verrado communities ranked among the nation’s best-selling master-planned communities in 2016 according to new reports released by real estate industry analysts RCLCO (Robert Charles Lesser & Company).
Eastmark sold more than 500 homes in 2016 keeping pace with its 2015 sales to earn the community a spot on the national list and the honor of top-selling community in Arizona for the second year running.
The Verrado community sold more than 400 homes – an increase of more than 20 percent over 2015 sales, making 2016 the strongest sales year since Verrado’s 2004 grand opening.
“Eastmark continues to sell incredibly well in Phoenix’s East Valley marketplace, where the economy and new growth are strong, and quality of life attracts both businesses and families to the area,” says Dea McDonald, General Manager for Eastmark and Senior Vice President for DMB.
Strong sales at Eastmark have accelerated several of the major amenities in the community. In 2017, Eastmark will debut new programs and events to connect neighbors, as well as new homebuilders and commercial partners to create vibrant neighborhoods.
“Verrado is leading the strong sales and increased home values being experienced across the West Valley real estate market,” says Dan Kelly, General Manager of Verrado and Senior Vice President of DMB. “Our mountainside location, affordable home options, high-performing schools and growing amenities continue to attract buyers.”
With 72 unique parks, five delicious restaurants, endless tree-lined streets, miles of paths and trails, expanding commercial options and the addition of Victory at Verrado to the community, Verrado is growing.
“People want to live in Eastmark and Verrado because they are beautiful communities and more importantly because neighbors genuinely care for and connect with one another.” said Todd Hornback, Director for DMB Community Life. “DMB communities are unlike others in the Valley offering incredible opportunities to get involved that you just can’t find elsewhere – from annual celebrations to clubs to volunteer service opportunities, there really is no shortage of things to do.”
See the final RCLCO rankings here: