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Topic - Lennar Corporation
Troy Hokanson used to have to drive 11 miles to check on his mother, but she's now just a door-knock away.
U.S. stock indexes moved higher for a second day Wednesday as the bond market recovered from a slump. Traders also were encouraged by an upturn in Europe.U.S. stock indexes moved higher for a second day Wednesday as bond yields fell, easing worries that higher interest rates could upset the economy.
Homebuilders led stocks up on Tuesday, helping major indexes recoup some losses from the day before. Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. surged after the media conglomerate said it may split into two companies.
On a day that brought both good and bad news about the economy, investors chose to see the glass as half-full.
Lennar is building up to 32 single-family homes on sites of one-fifth acre at Portfield Crossing in Waldorf, located close to shops and
Lennar is building 250 single-family homes on 6,000-square-foot sites at the Preserve at Goose Creek in Ashburn. Town homes and con-
If peaceful mountain views, golf courses and an abundance of vineyards are part of your retirement dream, you may want to consider Heritage Highlands in Lovettsville, Va.
Though the Washington metropolitan area is well-known for having one of the most robust real estate markets in the country, the sluggish economy and lack of consumer confidence nevertheless have taken a toll on sales of new homes. Home builders, in an effort to increase enthusiasm for home buying and to solidify contracts on new homes, are offering a variety of incentives for buyers.
Lennar is building 258 town homes at Fieldstone in Laurel, where plans call for a swimming pool, walking trails, a tot lot and a picnic area. The development is near the Laurel shopping center, Arundel Mills mall, the Dutch Country Farmers Market and a MARC train station.
Lennar is building 303 single-family homes at Martin's Chase in Ashburn, an 850-acre development in Loudoun County surrounded by more than 400 acres of conserved land. Homesites range from 9,000 square feet to one-quarter acre, with conservancy homesites of 12.5 to 104 acres on the outskirts of the development.
The golf courses, mild weather, outlet shopping, amusement parks and historic sites in Williamsburg, Va., attract thousands of visitors each year. The area has become popular for retirees, who are drawn to the numerous local attractions as well as quick access to the District, Richmond, Virginia Beach, Norfolk and the Chesapeake Bay.