According to CNN Money, there are currently five projects in development that are defying the housing slowdown. These projects are located in and around the areas of Coppell, TX, Jupiter, FL, Charlotte, NC, San Francisco, CA and Sunsites, AZ. Take a look at listings in these areas on REALTOR.com:
4 bedroom, 5 bath Coppell, TX home listed for $565,000
Texas is one state where the housing market never really peaked; thus it also never crashed. Coppell, located just outside of Dallas, is developing a handful of medium to high-end, single-family homes priced at $549,000 and up. The suburban area is home to mostly upper-middle-class individuals. This traditional Lake Park home is a massive 3,838 square feet. It has a stunning foyer and staircase, high vaulted ceilings, a huge balcony, two-car garage and a swimming pool.
3 bedroom, 2 bath Jupiter, FL home listed for $469,900
Jupiter is Florida’s silver lining when it comes to Real Estate. A satellite city of Miami, the area will have 500 new, medium-priced homes ranging from $240,000 to $600,000. Not to mention, Jupiter is an extremely family-friendly area with great schools and low crime. This beautiful Victorian model home is 2,966 square feet and surrounded by the Abacoa Golf Club. It has a covered porch, large screened patio and two-car garage as well as a community clubhouse and swimming pool.
4 bedroom, 5 bath Charlotte, NC home listed for $1,850,000
Similar to Texas, Charlotte also lacked a strong Real Estate boom. Home prices have only decreased by 7 percent, rather than 18.2 percent like the rest of the nation. And right now, a community in Charlotte is developing 120 very high-end, single-family homes ranging between $1.5 million and $2 million. This stunning 6,776 square-foot home is lcoated in Montreux. It has several