Astoria promotes sales event

Astoria Homes will host The Best Deals Ever Event Oct. 12-14. The sale will run from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. each day, showcasing homes from Aliante to Henderson to Centennial Hills to Lone Mountain.

Detached homes start in the $170,000s. Company officials said they will give discounts as much as $200,000, with homes priced from $112 per square foot.

"There is no question the Las Vegas housing market is in an interesting position, but the time to buy is now when prices are most favorable for the consumer, interest rates are historically low and the housing selection is still good," said Sia Howe, vice president of marketing for Astoria Homes. "These are high-quality, energy-efficient homes selling at the lowest prices ever in these neighborhoods. A home purchase is too important to base it on price alone. We encourage the home buyer to consider the whole package."

Centennial Hills Town Center neighborhoods offering discounts include The Avenues at Tapestry featuring homes ranging from 1,203 to 1,295 square feet; The Lanes at Tapestry with homes measuring at 1,478 to 2,232 square feet; and The Courts at Tapestry with homes ranging from 1,659 to 2,479 square feet.

Aliante subdivisions include Prominence with homes ranging from 2,830 to 4,449 square feet, and Fields with homes measuring from 2,228 to 3,374 square feet.

Southern Hills in Henderson offers homes ranging from 2,722 to 3,688 square feet. Projects near Cheyenne Avenue and Interstate 215, the Las Vegas Beltway, near Summerlin are Cornerstone with homes ranging from 1,724 to 2,303 square feet, and Hillside with residences measuring from 1,436 to 2,125 square feet.

Astoria Home Loans offers an array of financing programs to assist buyers in obtaining a home loan, Howe said.

Astoria Homes is a locally owned builder. For more information, visit


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