Inspirada Henderson – Las Vegas
This is a newer planned community. In the way of background, Focus Property Group purchased this land at a BLM auction a few years ago, at what was at the time the highest price ever paid per acre for a parcel of this size. In order for this investment to pay off it had been necessary to configure this project so that they can build more homes per acre than has been necessary in the past. This new philosophy is sometimes called “new urbanism” or “neo-traditional” This involved much smaller lot sizes in conjunction with extensive common areas. See below for current changes to this concept.
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|Resale sales activity for the last 90 days as of April 7, 2017, reflects 59 properties sold at prices ranging from $190,000 to $564,000 with a median sales price of $315,000. Of the 60 listings currently available, one is represented as short sale or foreclosure. Median list price for a free-standing home is $155 per sq. ft. Many of the properties currently listed are new homes, for your information.|
The “New Urbanism” initially planed and executed at Inspirada has been phased down, if not out, at this community. conventional free-standing homes with “normal” lot configurations are going to be more the rule here. Inspirada is actually a local “hot bed” of new construction locally. 16 new home models in nine subdivisions are either open or scheduled to open soon. Builders include KB Homes, Pardee and Toll Bros.
Market forces changed this community. Initally, the BLM sold this acreage to Focus Group for a “boatload” of money back in the mid 2000’s. Focus Group subsequently lost the land to foreclosure. The land has been re-sold at lower prices allowing larger lot sizes and the change back to more conventional house/lot configurations. That translates to somewhat larger lot sizes. I still would be surprised were would most would characterize as “large”.
This is a conveniently located development. It is east of the I15 in the southern part of the valley. Commute to the strip area and airport should be relatively short. Infrastructure should be thin for awhile. Closest grocery stores and such will probably, for now, be just to the east of Seven Hills and south of Anthem. Both communities are just east of this new development.