LIST OF NEW HOME BUILDERS IN PEORIA

Peoria is located in Maricopa county and Yavapai County. Peoria is home to the Seattle Mariners and San Diego Padres spring training camp. It has been ranked as one of the Top 100 places to live and 154,065 residents call Peoria home. Peoria is the perfect city for sports fans and enthusiast. The Cactus League kicks off training right in Peoria, just like the MLB. Peoria is one of the most popular destinations in the Grand Canyon state.

Below is a list of Peoria new home builders. Many of these builders offer new homes and new home communities in several areas throughout the state. You will find details about production home builders and custom home builders. Visit each builder to learn more about the homes they build including their building practices, warranties, energy efficiency efforts and community locations.
Below is a list of Goodyear new home builders. Many of these builders offer new homes and new home communities in several areas throughout the state. You will find details about production home builders and custom home builders. Visit each builder to learn more about the homes they build including their building practices, warranties, energy efficiency efforts and community locations.

TOP PEORIA HOUSE BUILDERS

Visit Taylor Morrison

Real estate tycoons Morrison Homes and Taylor Woodrow merged businesses in 2007. Today, their joint venture is one of America’s largest building homes for entire communities. Scottsdale, Arizona houses the headquarters of this house building giant. They realize that clients invest their life savings and dreams in their homes. Hence, they are committed to building the best and most unique homes.

Visit TRILOGY® AT VISTANCIA®

In the beautiful foothills of Peoria, Arizona you’ll find Vistancia, the golf resort community from Trilogy®. Within this stunning desert setting, residents enjoy resort-style amenities, an award-winning golf course, and easy access to all that nearby Phoenix has to offer. Trilogy offers homebuyers four home collections, with floorplans ranging from 1,392 to 2,717 square feet. Prices start in the high $200s, with quick move-in homes available.

Visit Shea HOMES

Shea Homes is one of the nation’s largest privately-owned homebuilders with communities and brand new homes for sale in Metropolitan areas throughout America. In Peoria, Shea Homes has active adult (55+) residences and single-family detached homes for sale. Visit them online today to schedule a tour of a community, view floor plans, and get details about upcoming open houses.

Visit Vistancia

Welcoming communities, Custom homesites and an array of unique activities, anything you’re looking for, Vistancia Luxury Homes of Peoria, AZ offers something for everyone. Journey through the unique luxury communities below for a glimpse at how much life truly can be in one place. We have many houses for sale so find your dream home today!

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Visit D.R. Horton

D.R. Horton, America’s largest homebuilder, has new construction homes for sale in neighborhoods throughout the nation. In Peoria, they have one active community with new homes priced from the mid-$400s. These Peoria homes range from 1,611 square feet to 3,221 square feet and offer up to four bedrooms. Visit D.R. Horton online to view the 12-floor plans available at Camino Lago.

Visit Tri Pointe Homes

Tri Pointe Homes has new home communities in major markets throughout the United States. The company grew from several regional home builders, some with nearly a century of experience; today, that expertise and experience have earned them several awards, including Builder of the Year in 2019 (Builder and Developer Magazine) and 2015 (Builder Magazine). In Peoria, Tri Pointe Homes has new homes for sale priced from the high $600s. Visit them online to schedule a tour of their beautiful model homes and learn more about their new homes and communities.

PEORIA TODAY

Peoria (originally named for Peoria, Illinois, although it has since become larger than its namesake) is a city that has seen fascinating development ever since it’s founding. As Peoria grew at the turn of the 20th century, the replacement of the simple tin roof construction of many of its old buildings with brick was being hotly debated when a fire engulfed the city, destroying the business district. As many business owners had been enriched by World War I, they were spurred by the fire, and ultimately created the city we know as Peoria today.