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Re: Orchard Hills Neighborhood 4
« Reply #45 on: February 16, 2022, 11:07:06 PM »
I got an email earlier this morning that you can begin the pre-qual process now.

That's so fast...the newsletter in the postal mail earlier said something to the effect of mid 2023 when first homes will be ready to sell, but looks like it's moved up considerably if one can start pre qualifying now.
 
IP is responding to the demand. If Jumbo rates stay below 4% this year and economy stays strong, these homes should sell fast even if they are pricey. I doubt the AAA plant will dampen the demand.
Are ppl willing to buy homes with no models with IP properties? I know ppl are willing to do it with TB.

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Re: Orchard Hills Neighborhood 4
« Reply #46 on: February 17, 2022, 12:08:03 AM »
I got an email earlier this morning that you can begin the pre-qual process now.

That's so fast...the newsletter in the postal mail earlier said something to the effect of mid 2023 when first homes will be ready to sell, but looks like it's moved up considerably if one can start pre qualifying now.
 
IP is responding to the demand. If Jumbo rates stay below 4% this year and economy stays strong, these homes should sell fast even if they are pricey. I doubt the AAA plant will dampen the demand.
Are ppl willing to buy homes with no models with IP properties? I know ppl are willing to do it with TB.

I mean, IP homes are cookie cutters, right? You've seen one you've seen them all.  ;D

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Re: Orchard Hills Neighborhood 4
« Reply #47 on: February 17, 2022, 12:11:18 AM »
I got an email earlier this morning that you can begin the pre-qual process now.

That's so fast...the newsletter in the postal mail earlier said something to the effect of mid 2023 when first homes will be ready to sell, but looks like it's moved up considerably if one can start pre qualifying now.
 
IP is responding to the demand. If Jumbo rates stay below 4% this year and economy stays strong, these homes should sell fast even if they are pricey. I doubt the AAA plant will dampen the demand.

Jumbo loans aren't affected by Fed's actions as much as conforming loans, so I very much doubt it will go above 4%. And when I spoke to Bill Kelso at Union Bank, he said that long term loans react oppositely from Fed raising overnight rates. So far, 30 year fixed has been tracking 10 year bond.

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Re: Orchard Hills Neighborhood 4
« Reply #48 on: February 17, 2022, 06:47:52 AM »
I got an email earlier this morning that you can begin the pre-qual process now.

I did not receive an email. Would you mind sharing the email/info?

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Re: Orchard Hills Neighborhood 4
« Reply #49 on: February 17, 2022, 07:28:35 AM »
I got an email earlier this morning that you can begin the pre-qual process now.

That's so fast...the newsletter in the postal mail earlier said something to the effect of mid 2023 when first homes will be ready to sell, but looks like it's moved up considerably if one can start pre qualifying now.
 
IP is responding to the demand. If Jumbo rates stay below 4% this year and economy stays strong, these homes should sell fast even if they are pricey. I doubt the AAA plant will dampen the demand.

I'm not sure they will let you reserve anytime soon. Perhaps they just want to build up their pre-qual list and also hype for it.

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Re: Orchard Hills Neighborhood 4
« Reply #50 on: February 17, 2022, 11:19:16 AM »
I got an email earlier this morning that you can begin the pre-qual process now.

That's so fast...the newsletter in the postal mail earlier said something to the effect of mid 2023 when first homes will be ready to sell, but looks like it's moved up considerably if one can start pre qualifying now.
 
IP is responding to the demand. If Jumbo rates stay below 4% this year and economy stays strong, these homes should sell fast even if they are pricey. I doubt the AAA plant will dampen the demand.

I'm not sure they will let you reserve anytime soon. Perhaps they just want to build up their pre-qual list and also hype for it.
Very smart strategy. The meadows did this and that’s what led to their communities having more than 2k+ ppl by the time they started selling.

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Re: Orchard Hills Neighborhood 4
« Reply #51 on: February 17, 2022, 11:56:00 AM »
So true. the floor plans are pretty much the same. not much they can change any more given the scarcity of buildable land and profit optimization. So the only difference are the surface materials and appliances offered by the builder, and of course the location (micro/macro level) and shook district.

So if you like a particular location and within your budget, you just buy it. extra bonus if the builder is Toll Brothers and on the other end of spectrum you have KB.

I got an email earlier this morning that you can begin the pre-qual process now.

That's so fast...the newsletter in the postal mail earlier said something to the effect of mid 2023 when first homes will be ready to sell, but looks like it's moved up considerably if one can start pre qualifying now.
 
IP is responding to the demand. If Jumbo rates stay below 4% this year and economy stays strong, these homes should sell fast even if they are pricey. I doubt the AAA plant will dampen the demand.
Are ppl willing to buy homes with no models with IP properties? I know ppl are willing to do it with TB.

I mean, IP homes are cookie cutters, right? You've seen one you've seen them all.  ;D
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Re: Orchard Hills Neighborhood 4
« Reply #52 on: February 19, 2022, 09:30:27 PM »
I got an email earlier this morning that you can begin the pre-qual process now.

I did not receive an email. Would you mind sharing the email/info?

Same.  Didn't receive an email...

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Re: Orchard Hills Neighborhood 4
« Reply #53 on: February 20, 2022, 10:45:52 AM »
word on the street from an agent is that there are already 1700+ pre-qual to buy on the list now.
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Re: Orchard Hills Neighborhood 4
« Reply #54 on: February 20, 2022, 10:48:54 AM »
word on the street from an agent is that there are already several hundred to close to thousand pre-qual to buy on the list now.

Glad to hear that many people are willing to help buy out the asphalt factory  >:D

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Re: Orchard Hills Neighborhood 4
« Reply #55 on: February 20, 2022, 11:10:12 AM »
If people were really worried about the factory there, everyone should just pitch in and buy it out.

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Re: Orchard Hills Neighborhood 4
« Reply #56 on: February 20, 2022, 11:24:00 AM »
If people were really worried about the factory there, everyone should just pitch in and buy it out.

How to sign up for the pre-qual list?

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Re: Orchard Hills Neighborhood 4
« Reply #57 on: February 20, 2022, 02:54:52 PM »
Just to clarify, are we talking about OH4 or Azul in the Groves?

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Re: Orchard Hills Neighborhood 4
« Reply #58 on: February 20, 2022, 03:33:12 PM »
Just to clarify, are we talking about OH4 or Azul in the Groves?

It seems like Azul, since I got email about Azul also, but 1700+ pre-qual for 45 homes is nuts.

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Re: Orchard Hills Neighborhood 4
« Reply #59 on: February 21, 2022, 01:58:02 AM »
This current thread is for the future OH4 on Jeffrey and Portola. These are still a bit away from any kind of prequal, even the specific floorplans have not yet been approved by the city of Irvine. As of now they VTTM has been approved as well as traffic and environmental, which is why they can start grading. IPac is expected to present the floorplans to planning commission within a few months.

I'm sure you guys talking about prequal and reservations are talking about Azul inside OH Groves. You discuss Azul here: https://www.talkirvine.com/index.php/topic,18047.0.html

 

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