1,000th Happy Homebuyer Enjoys Life at Redstone
TRI Pointe Celebrates Home Closing Milestone
They say good things come in three’s. And that may be true. But talk to Carlos and Alice and they will tell you that 1,000 is really the lucky number.
After touring beautiful Redstone in Vacaville during its grand opening event, the couple fell in love with the home during their first walk through at the community.
“We weren’t ready to move at the time of TRI Pointe Homes’ grand opening, which was a little more than a year ago, but as we began to home shop, I kept comparing everything to their floor plan 1XA at Redstone. So, we returned to check out that beautiful plan one more time; that’s when we fell in love all over again,” she said. They ended up purchasing their dream home, which made the Trevino’s – you guessed it – TRI Pointe Homes’ 1,000 happy buyer. It’s a home closing milestone that has the whole TPH team celebrating.
“This milestone is a direct result of our customer-driven approach to deliver life-inspiring homes to satisfied buyers,” said Jeff Frankel, Division President, TRI Pointe Homes Northern California. “We are excited to Welcome Home Carlos and Alice into our TRI Pointe Homes’ family and look forward to building more communities throughout Northern California this year.”
So, why TRI Pointe Homes? Compared to the other new communities, according to Alice, having considered new and resale properties, the Redstone home had everything they could want or need in a home. She especially loves the spacious great room and gourmet kitchen.
As for Carlos, he fell in love with the home’s loft, or as he calls it, “the heavenly cave.” Now his home office, Carlos adds: “It is the perfect spot for me. I can see everything, including views of the surrounding mountains.” TRI Pointe offers a more solid home. And they are designed better, and the employees truly care about you.
He adds: “Our house has some LivingSmart® components like the lights in the bathroom turn off after 20 minutes if there is no movement. There is fan that goes on if moisture begins to gather. We have a tankless water heater. And our fence in the backyard has a rain gauge, so that if we get a lot of water, it triggers the sprinklers not to come on.”
“This has been a wonderful experience for us,” said Alice. “We only have a few more boxes left to unpack and the house is beginning to feel like a home, our home.”
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