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Amber Pines is a purpose-built, single-family rental community strategically located north of The Woodlands, Texas, a barriers-to-entry housing market, and zoned to top-rated schools inside The Woodlands. The Woodlands is Houston’s most desirable residential address outside the urban core and its best-performing suburban commercial real estate market.
Amber Pines was developed by D.R. Horton, the largest volume builder in the United States since 2002, as part of its Fosters Ridge residential development. Amber Pines offers investors a high-quality product built by an industry leader, perfectly positioned with supporting demographics for long-term growth, in one of the most in-demand, emerging commercial real estate sectors. It is available on an All Cash basis.
- Recently completed construction with rapid lease-up, averaging 14 move-ins per month since April
- Stabilized the majority of its units within 7 months
- 98% leased and 90% occupied with waiting list for available homes
- 124 3B and 4B homes with an average home size of 1,586 square feet
- All homes include 9’ ceilings, stainless steel appliances, full-size washer/dryers, private backyards with covered patios, and two-car attached garages
- Residents have access to Fosters Ridge community clubhouse, swimming pool, and children’s playground
- Potential to increase rents on second-generation leases and to add other sources of revenue (amenity fees and pet rent as examples)
- 2.4 miles north of The Woodlands, currently ranked the #2 Best City to Live in the U.S. and #2 Best City to Raise a Family in U.S. by Niche
- Zoned to the #1 High School in The Woodlands. Elementary, Middle, and Junior High schools are all rated 9/10 by GreatSchools
- $1,488/month rent gap with homes to rent in The Woodlands
- Significant premium to own in The Woodlands (+$3,153/month)
- Average household income of $139,783 within one-mile radius compared to $83,777 in Houston
- 4.1% annual population growth rate projected over the next five years within one-mile radius compared to 1.4% in Houston