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Re: 3 New California Pacific Communities in Portola Springs Late 2021
« Reply #30 on: April 22, 2021, 02:31:43 PM »
Any guess on Sierra Start prices...1.5M or way more?

Oh geeze its still PS, not in Eastwood or anything. They are targeting low 1m's. Maybe 1.4 for the view lots. Have to see how they model their expected rising build cost.
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Re: 3 New California Pacific Communities in Portola Springs Late 2021
« Reply #31 on: April 22, 2021, 02:54:56 PM »
Any guess on Sierra Start prices...1.5M or way more?

Oh geeze its still PS, not in Eastwood or anything. They are targeting low 1m's. Maybe 1.4 for the view lots. Have to see how they model their expected rising build cost.

Hoping it says around 1.4 M. The price hikes in the last 6 months have been crazy.

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Re: 3 New California Pacific Communities in Portola Springs Late 2021
« Reply #32 on: April 22, 2021, 03:26:32 PM »
Any guess how much plan 2 and 3 in Lapis would be? What about the townhomes in Azalea?

Also would the TH and the flats overlap as in another family living above or below you?

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Re: 3 New California Pacific Communities in Portola Springs Late 2021
« Reply #33 on: April 22, 2021, 10:17:31 PM »
Any guess how much plan 2 and 3 in Lapis would be? What about the townhomes in Azalea?

Also would the TH and the flats overlap as in another family living above or below you?

None of the Lapis homes are above or below anyone. The plan 1 is a carriage unit (above garages only). Azalea's flats are definitely above and below if you look at the plans and the exterior rendering.

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Re: 3 New California Pacific Communities in Portola Springs Late 2021
« Reply #34 on: April 23, 2021, 01:32:48 PM »
Any guess on Sierra Start prices...1.5M or way more?

Oh geeze its still PS, not in Eastwood or anything. They are targeting low 1m's. Maybe 1.4 for the view lots. Have to see how they model their expected rising build cost.

Don't hate on PS! If IP is selling Bluffs for $1.2M and up to $1.6M for view lots on homes with no driveways, I would think Sierra would be inline with the price jump of Elderberry, starting at $1.4M.  Heck, Cal Pac is selling the last phases of Montara for low $1Ms which is CRAZY to me.

Silverleaf (which was the exact same floorplans and right down the street) started at $660K back in 2016.  The recent increase in demand/pricing lately has been WILD.

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Re: 3 New California Pacific Communities in Portola Springs Late 2021
« Reply #35 on: April 23, 2021, 02:04:17 PM »
Any guess on Sierra Start prices...1.5M or way more?

Oh geeze its still PS, not in Eastwood or anything. They are targeting low 1m's. Maybe 1.4 for the view lots. Have to see how they model their expected rising build cost.

Don't hate on PS! If IP is selling Bluffs for $1.2M and up to $1.6M for view lots on homes with no driveways, I would think Sierra would be inline with the price jump of Elderberry, starting at $1.4M.  Heck, Cal Pac is selling the last phases of Montara for low $1Ms which is CRAZY to me.

Silverleaf (which was the exact same floorplans and right down the street) started at $660K back in 2016.  The recent increase in demand/pricing lately has been WILD.

Realistic not hating. I happen to like PS and have helped people buy in those collections you mentioned.
 
Your comparisons are not valid. Bluffs is not only in last phases but also by IP, which has a much higher starting cost than CalPac. Elderberry is a considerably larger sized collection of homes.
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Re: 3 New California Pacific Communities in Portola Springs Late 2021
« Reply #36 on: May 02, 2021, 09:23:54 AM »
The website now states "2 new neighborhoods coming to Portola Springs Late 2021" and Regalo is no longer listed on the community list. Looks like the courtyard home community got delayed/pushed back?

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Re: 3 New California Pacific Communities in Portola Springs Late 2021
« Reply #37 on: June 01, 2021, 04:08:08 PM »
I was on the Calpac website again and noticed that Sierra has a plan 2, 2X, and 2Y now. I think before there was only one plan 2. I see the 2X being popular. Calpac is a pioneer in the bonus room/attic game, but now they've added a third floor deck into the mix with it. I can't wait to see if they decide to model that one. 

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Re: 3 New California Pacific Communities in Portola Springs Late 2021
« Reply #38 on: August 15, 2021, 12:03:30 AM »
Any guess on Sierra Start prices...1.5M or way more?

Oh geeze its still PS, not in Eastwood or anything. They are targeting low 1m's. Maybe 1.4 for the view lots. Have to see how they model their expected rising build cost.

Don't hate on PS! If IP is selling Bluffs for $1.2M and up to $1.6M for view lots on homes with no driveways, I would think Sierra would be inline with the price jump of Elderberry, starting at $1.4M.  Heck, Cal Pac is selling the last phases of Montara for low $1Ms which is CRAZY to me.

Silverleaf (which was the exact same floorplans and right down the street) started at $660K back in 2016.  The recent increase in demand/pricing lately has been WILD.

Realistic not hating. I happen to like PS and have helped people buy in those collections you mentioned.
 
Your comparisons are not valid. Bluffs is not only in last phases but also by IP, which has a much higher starting cost than CalPac. Elderberry is a considerably larger sized collection of homes.

With the recent run up in prices and IP selling Highlands at 1.5M+, any guesses on how much Sierra would debut at? I am guessing high 1.5M for the smallest plan.

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Re: 3 New California Pacific Communities in Portola Springs Late 2021
« Reply #39 on: August 15, 2021, 10:19:11 AM »
Any guess on Sierra Start prices...1.5M or way more?

Oh geeze its still PS, not in Eastwood or anything. They are targeting low 1m's. Maybe 1.4 for the view lots. Have to see how they model their expected rising build cost.

Don't hate on PS! If IP is selling Bluffs for $1.2M and up to $1.6M for view lots on homes with no driveways, I would think Sierra would be inline with the price jump of Elderberry, starting at $1.4M.  Heck, Cal Pac is selling the last phases of Montara for low $1Ms which is CRAZY to me.

Silverleaf (which was the exact same floorplans and right down the street) started at $660K back in 2016.  The recent increase in demand/pricing lately has been WILD.

Realistic not hating. I happen to like PS and have helped people buy in those collections you mentioned.
 
Your comparisons are not valid. Bluffs is not only in last phases but also by IP, which has a much higher starting cost than CalPac. Elderberry is a considerably larger sized collection of homes.

With the recent run up in prices and IP selling Highlands at 1.5M+, any guesses on how much Sierra would debut at? I am guessing high 1.5M for the smallest plan.

Expect pricing to be in the mid-to-high $500/sf for the Sierra homes.
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Re: 3 New California Pacific Communities in Portola Springs Late 2021
« Reply #40 on: August 20, 2021, 12:11:39 AM »
I just got a marketing email about 3 new communities being built by CalPac up in Portola. Floorplans and pricing not available yet though. Here's what they sent out:

Lapis - Townhomes and Stacked Flats. 1172-2083 sqft. 2-4 beds + loft (select plans). 2-4 baths

Regalo - Detached courtyard homes. 2100-2230 sqft. 4 beds + loft (select plans). 3.5 baths

Sierra - Single family homes. 2220-2524 sqft. 3-4 beds + loft. 2.5-4 baths.


Here we go. That’s why. Great marketing post here to promote their new projects. Everything makes sense now! It’s too obvious...

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Re: 3 New California Pacific Communities in Portola Springs Late 2021
« Reply #41 on: August 20, 2021, 07:00:30 AM »
I just got a marketing email about 3 new communities being built by CalPac up in Portola. Floorplans and pricing not available yet though. Here's what they sent out:

Lapis - Townhomes and Stacked Flats. 1172-2083 sqft. 2-4 beds + loft (select plans). 2-4 baths

Regalo - Detached courtyard homes. 2100-2230 sqft. 4 beds + loft (select plans). 3.5 baths

Sierra - Single family homes. 2220-2524 sqft. 3-4 beds + loft. 2.5-4 baths.


Here we go. That’s why. Great marketing post here to promote their new projects. Everything makes sense now! It’s too obvious...

Oh geez, you sound disgruntled. Why don't you go get a lawyer and sue CalPac and Irvine Company while you're at it.

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Re: 3 New California Pacific Communities in Portola Springs Late 2021
« Reply #42 on: September 13, 2021, 01:06:09 PM »
Just heard from sales at Lapis, they are not offering broker co-op for this community.

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Re: 3 New California Pacific Communities in Portola Springs Late 2021
« Reply #43 on: September 13, 2021, 02:56:47 PM »
Just heard from sales at Lapis, they are not offering broker co-op for this community.

Sorry noob here. What does that mean? And are both lapis/sierra sales offices open now? Hoping to tour soon.

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Re: 3 New California Pacific Communities in Portola Springs Late 2021
« Reply #44 on: September 13, 2021, 03:48:54 PM »
Just heard from sales at Lapis, they are not offering broker co-op for this community.

Sorry noob here. What does that mean? And are both lapis/sierra sales offices open now? Hoping to tour soon.

Many new home communities offer a referral fee ("commission") to agents that bring their clients.

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