Valley families are in the midst of a lot of change… and are looking for the next steps to succeed.
Between parents working from home, virtual school, moving gyms to home space and more- families are looking for new solutions to the ever-changing world.
Some are even turning to purchasing a new home to handle the changing dynamic of their family.
In the past 4 months, homebuilder Lennar has actually seen increasing interest in the sales of their Next Gen flexible suite homes, as the new realities of social distancing, remote learning and work from home mandates have taken hold.
Lennar – the nation’s leading homebuilder – is tailoring its innovative Next Gen floorplans that
can serve as fully functioning home offices (complete with a break room and coffee bar), a state-of-the-art gym or even a classroom that keeps kids engaged and learning.
Home life has changed and Lennar is changing with it. These innovative Next Gen floorplans better reflect the way families are expected to live, work, play and learn in the 2020s. Next Gen homes provide a completely separate suite with their own entrances – some with their own garages – all connected via super-fast Wi-Fi Certified Home Design.
Alan Jones, Division President with Lennar says, “We want the community to know we are here for them. We are ready to support in any way we can to ensure that valley families have the space and home features they need to find success at work, at home, at school and everywhere in between.”
Lennar has fully furnished models with Next Gen suites that demonstrate how everything from homework to working from home can be done so much easier, as well as new homebuyers willing to talk about their purchase. In the age of COVID-19 and telecommuting, it’s clear that families nationwide need their home to do more.
If you’d like more information on Lennar’s Next Gen homes in the valley, you can find details online at Lennar’s website.
By: Julie Frisoni