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Buy Now at RiverPark and Move-In to Your Brand New Los Angeles Home Immediately!

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Just a few of these spacious, contemporary, Downtown-close residences remain — and construction is almost finished. If you want to buy now and move in right away, call Sales Manager, Marisol Almonte, at (323) 222-0501 and visit soon, before RiverPark is sold out.

Located directly adjacent to the 40-acre Rio de Los Angeles State Park, this limited collection features private fenced yards and some picturesque park views. Between the conveniently central and transit-friendly location, the innovative three- to four-bedroom floor plans, the modern, energy-efficient features, and the abundant family-oriented amenities nearby, it’s no wonder this popular community is selling fast!

Current homeowners already know about the numerous advantages of owning, but if you are a renter who is still on the fence about purchasing a home in Los Angeles now, our recent RiverPark buyers have lots of great reasons to share.

Reason #1: Appreciation

One couple — who recently purchased an A2 Plan featuring an airy design with a large living area, a spacious kitchen with an island, a two-car garage and a fenced patio — are “really excited to start putting our money towards a mortgage rather than rent.” They know that home values are on the rise and are sick and tired of giving that advantage away to their landlord.

“Owning a home is an investment many people can understand better than buying stocks, because they get the tangible daily lifestyle benefit of living in the home,” said Zillow. “But the financial benefits are also significant, and can be more substantial than stock investing. As a home appreciates, it accrues faster than a stock might because you get the appreciation on the entire home’s value, not just the gain on your down payment cash invested.”

RiverPark is located in Cypress Park, considered one of the hottest neighborhoods in Los Angeles — and right in the heart of the city’s growth and promise. The Taylor Yard Village masterplan is a unique, public-private joint venture with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority at the center of the  L.A. River Restoration project. A 51-mile greenway corridor is planned along the riverbanks, and almost 25,000 square feet of new retail is coming soon.

RiverPark owners love that the community caters to their needs today and has a bright future. “It’s definitely got a family vibe and the area has a lot of potential for future development,” observes a couple who also appreciate the easy access to the 2, 5 and 110 freeways and the Lincoln/Cypress Metro Gold Line station. The Metro Rail extension that’s under construction will make it even easier to reach destinations all over L.A. County.

Reason #2: Rent AND interest rates are going up

Renting in Los Angeles is expensive and unpredictable. In addition to annual rent increases, your landlord might even decide to sell the building. Not being in control is challenging, compared to the security of a mortgage payment that’s locked in. 30-year fixed rates are getting close to 5%, but they are still exceptionally low when you compare the monthly payment to your rent.

“The more buyers wait, the more expensive it will get to buy—not just because of home prices, but because of inflationary pressure,” said Realtor.com. “In other words, if you want in on the American dream, now might be the time.”

Reason #3: Buying new means everything new

It’s surprising how great it feels to unlock the door of a brand new home that’s all yours, and the freedom to personalize your living space is exhilarating. Previously owned residences almost always require updates just to bring them up to modern standards — not to mention having to undo or live with someone else’s decorating choices — and most landlords won’t even let you paint, let alone remodel.

Another first-time RiverPark buyer shares that his residence perfectly suits his lifestyle — especially when he considered whether to purchase brand new or resale. “I weighed the pros and cons of fixing up an older home versus buying new construction, and there was no comparison when RiverPark offered a beautiful, brand-new, three-story home within my budget. I have never had a space to make my own, so I’m really looking forward to decorating!”

Become a new homeowner today! RiverPark’s sales office and furnished models are located at 2700 E. Chaucer Street, #17 (best reached from San Fernando), and are open daily from 10am to 5pm. For more information, click here to register.

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