If you have driven past Vivera North lately, you likely noticed significant changes to our landscape. That’s because site servicing is well underway! Despite heavy rain this summer, we are managing to keep on schedule, meaning houses are scheduled to be constructed and ready for sale next Spring!
If you haven’t done so already, check out our updated Vivera North page on our website. Frequent updates will be available as we near closer to construction, including floor plans, elevations, prices, materials, lot plans and as-built pictures.
Although there are no bungalow options currently posted online, they are coming! We are working with our design and architecture team to create multiple bungalow options in the $400s. Check our website in the upcoming weeks for new bungalow options!
Pricing will be available for each home as they become available for sale.
As mentioned on our website, Vivera North is a completely “Move-In-Ready” subdivision. That means each home in the Vivera North subdivision will be available for sale once the house is completely built. Because of London’s white hot housing market, purchasing a movet-in-ready house can be extremely beneficial for a new home buyer. Some of the benefits include:
1. Home buying made simple. What you see is what you get. There is no need to imagine what rooms would look like with certain paint colours, or tile designs. Leave it to our professional award-winning designers to craft a beautiful home ready for you to move in!
2. No work involved. One of the most stressful elements of building a new home is picking out every individual material. With our homes, you won’t be responsible for arranging and scheduling the appointments necessary to select flooring, paint, brick, siding, roofing, appliances, lighting, cabinetry, countertops, backsplash, etc. We do all the hard work for you!
3. No Construction Delays. The hot housing market in London has placed tremendous strain on home builders, simply because available trades are hard to find, let alone schedule! This lack of availability forces home builders to delay closings, costing both the home builder, and home owner time, money, and stress. Consequently, quality is often sacrificed when home builders rush to finish homes prior to their closing date.