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Durbin Crossing Reports Outstanding Sales for First Half 2011
The builders in Durbin Crossing have reason to celebrate as they reported outstanding sales for the first half of 2011. Eleven builders reported combined sales of 165 homes in Durbin Crossing since January 2011.
REALTORS® have paid particular attention to Durbin Crossing because, in addition to the excellent schools, convenient location and outstanding amenities which meets the needs of the majority of their clients, they see active construction in the neighborhood.
“Homes under construction are a sign of a healthy neighborhood,”
“We are excited to see as much REALTOR® activity as we do in Durbin Crossing.” Said Susan Wood, co-founder of Wood Development and Partner in Durbin Crossing. “Durbin Crossing was designed to embrace more than just homes. We are selling a lifestyle, which is the reason for the success we have had. Homebuyers that choose Durbin Crossing love the St. Johns County top rated schools, expansive parks and resort style amenities.”
“When we developed Durbin Crossing, we envisioned a community for families,” said Jason Sessions, Sessions Development Vice President and Partner. “We developed the community with great connectivity between the homes, numerous parks, panoramic conservation areas and two incredible amenity centers. Our residents have embraced these elements and made them part of their everyday lives. They have also referred many of their friends to Durbin Crossing which has helped with our success.”
Durbin Crossing will soon be hosting an event to ‘Celebrate Success’ and to honor the top selling REALTORS® who have contributed so greatly to the success of the community.
Durbin Crossing is currently home to over 700 families and continues to grow in spite of a lagging economy. The premier builders in Durbin Crossing include Drees Homes, Holder Johnson Homes, Advantage Builders, Mercedes Homes, Richmond American Homes, Dream Finders Homes, Providence Homes, D.S. Ware Homes, and Mattamy Homes. For more information on Durbin Crossing and its preferred builders, visit www.durbincrossing.com.
To visit Durbin Crossing, travel south on US-1 (Philips Hwy). Turn right onto Racetrack Rd. Turn left on St. Johns Pkwy/2209, then right on Longleaf Pine Pkwy/244 to the community entrance. If coming east on 210, turn left on Longleaf Pine Pkwy/Russell Sampson Road. From Mandarin, travel south on San Jose Boulevard, turn left on Racetrack, a right on Veteran’s Parkway and then left to Durbin Crossing North entrance or continue straight ahead and turn left on Longleaf Pine Parkway to Durbin Crossing south entrance.