Master-planned Reunion, a new generation of affordably priced home models

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For a hint of how homebuyers are reacting as the virus crisis recedes this fall, take a look at master-planned Reunion, where they’re finding a 52-acre centerpiece park and miles of trails that are a sight for sore eyes following the stay-at-home experience.

“We’re seeing people in droves now,” says Tina Martelon with TRI Pointe Homes—with three single-family Crescendo models that just opened this month right across from the park and from Reunion’s rec center, now reopened under some social-distancing guidelines.

That new collection is priced from the low $400s—a real price that will get you a home and site here, at a moment when even the median price of resale homes in the Denver metro area has climbed into the $500,000s.

Reunion’s builders are bringing on a new generation of homes priced exactly for those buyers—many of them struggling to get out of apartment life or to move up from older areas closer in. The community’s master developer Oakwood Homes has three new collections to visit—including nine traditionally-styled Meridian and Horizon Collection models from as low as the mid-$300s, where you can tour a Dillon ranch, over 2,000 finished square feet (showing over 4,000 feet in the model plus a 3-car full-side garage), with a base price that’s still below $500,000.

Oakwood has two even more affordably priced collections that are selling rapidly, including contemporary Carriage House Collection homes you can view close to Reunion’s popular lakeside coffee house; and new Sterling Duet paired homes, from just over $300,000 (they’ve already seen 45 sales, and the models aren’t scheduled to open until December!).

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