Tag Archives: Encinitas

9 New Homes at Laurel Cove in Encinitas

New Construction HomesLaurel Cove | 9 New Single Family Homes in Encinitas New Homes in EncinitasLAUREL COVE Laurel Cove features 9 new homes in Encinitas ranging in size from 2,030 to 2,995 square feet.  These new homes will be on a new cul-de-sac street located in central Encinitas approximately 2 miles from the Pacific Ocean [...]

1 Channel Island – New Construction Homes in Encinitas Coming Soon

What is the construction on Quail Gardens Dr. and Saxony Road in Encinitas? Shea Homes has broken ground on their new community of new homes at 645 Saxony Road in Encinitas. The new community previously called “Alta” has been named “1 Channel Island” and will consist of 69 new construction single family homes on the […]

New Construction Homes on Vulcan in Encinitas

The Cabanas at Coral Cove with 30 attached homes and Beach House at Coral Cove with 39 single family homes will be located in Leucadia on North Vulcan Road between Ashbury Street and Hillcrest Drive. Both communities are within walking distance to the Pacific Ocean beaches and offer convenient coastal living in the charming Leucadia area.

Seaside Ridge Grand Opening May 18th

Brookfield Homes Gearing up for a Grand Opening of their New Community of Luxury Single Family Homes in Leucadia on May 18th. Seaside Ridge will consist of 23 semi-custom new construction luxury homes for sale.  These spacious new homes will range in size from approximately 2,663 to 4,559 square feet and will feature 3 to […]

New Construction Homes in Encinitas Planned at Seaside Ridge

Brookfield Homes has started construction on a new community Seaside Ridge in the Leucadia area of Encinitas.This new community which is located a short distance from the Pacific Ocean will offer new construction homes in Encinitas with an estimated price starting from the $900,000s to the $1,400,000s. According to the builder they will be offering […]

Best Ways To Get a Mortgage in Today’s Market

What’s the best way to go about getting a mortgage in this low interest-rate but tight credit environment? Mortgage Bankers Association President & CEO David Stevens and WSJ’s Nick Timiraos on Lunch Break have some advice.