VALENCIA

The Next Chapter

Hailed as, “The Next Chapter of Valencia”, and “Setting a new standard of sustainability in California”, Five Point is working on a new community on approximately 15,000 acres in the unincorporated part of Los Angeles County. Formerly known as “Newhall Ranch”, this community will offer a variety of homes, entertainment, offices and retail options. Also included in this new, vibrant community is 10,000 acres of open space, dedicated to protecting its native habitat and honoring its vibrant farming history. This community leads the way in becoming one of the first communities (of its size) to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions! It’s also working towards becoming one of the most environmentally friendly cities…in the nation.

Home Never Felt So Right

Models Now Available- By Appointment Only

A Location That Warms the Heart

N  15,000 acres
N  11.500 sq feet commercial space
N  10,000 acres of planned open space
N  50 miles of trails
N  275 acres of planned parks
N  7 new schools
N  21,500 new homes

In the first phase, FivePoint Valencia builders will be offering 1,268 homesites in 18 neighborhoods, with homes ranging from 775 to 3,680 square feet.

4,000 acres of protected open space
30 miles of
pedestrian paseos
280 days of sunshine
in the 70s and 80s
80 miles of hiking
and biking trails

Why Use a Realtor for
New Construction

A Realtor Can Advocate For You
When buying a new construction home, some Buyers believe they will save money by not using a realtor. However, the opposite is true! Without a Realtor to represent you, the Builder’s Agent is actually your only representation – and they have a fiduciary duty to the Builder. As a Buyer, you want to make sure that you have a professional expert on your side, working for YOUR best interest…not the Builder’s. A Realtor is your partner and is present to advocate through the entire building process.

A Realtor Can Help with Contracts and Inspections
Your Realtor can recommend local inspectors, attend the inspection and help with contract contingencies/language. Your agent can point out any hidden fees, taxes or community regulations that may be present throughout the contract.

A Realtor Knows How to Ask the Right Questions
How do you place a hold on the lot you love? When will the home be ready? What if I have to sell a home first? Are there any current incentives or specials? Which decorator items are included, which are upgrades? How much are the upgrades and when do I have to commit? Is landscaping included? Is Solar required? Any mello-roos? Which lot will be best for re-sale?

These are only a few of the many questions that a Realtor can help you with.

USE THE BUILDER’S LENDER OR ANOTHER REPUTABLE LENDER?
Your Realtor can help guide you when choosing a lender. Do you use the Builder’s lender? Or another local reputable lender? Your experienced agent can recommend lenders so you can compare rates and terms.

It’s FREE for the Buyer to Use a Realtor
The Buyer does not pay the Realtor’s fees – the Builder does! The Builder relies on Real Estate agents to bring clients and therefore budgets these fees into their cost of doing business. There is no downside and no cost for you to use a Realtor.

When filling out an interest list or visiting a Model Home Community, talk to your Realtor first. If you start to move forward without your Realtor, he/she may not be able to represent you. Your Realtor should make sure that your experience is positive and your investment is protected. Don’t enter into this very important transaction without your own representation!