Houston master-planned communities drop off top-selling listHouston master-planned communities drop off top-selling listhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=4182015-07-10T09:23:00Z2015-07-10T00:00:00Z

HOUSTON - Four communities have fallen off a new list of the top-selling master-planned communities nationwide.

RCLCO, a national real estate consulting company which compiled the midyear 2015 list, said many Houston-area communities cited construction delays due to heavy rains for the drop in sales.

The communities missing from this most recent list — Cinco Ranch, Woodforest and Cross Creek Ranch — fell off quickly over the past 18 months.

The Woodlands dropped out of the top 20 for the first time since RCLCO first published its list in 1994. The pace of home sales has slowed as The Woodlands approaches buildout.

Cinco Ranch fell from No. 3 for the full year 2013 to No. 12 for 2014.

Woodforest fell from No. 15 for 2013 to No. 18 to 2014, and Cross Creek Ranch fell from No. 12 to No. 19.

Here are the top five Houston-area communities that made RCLCO’s Top-Selling Master-Planned Communities Mid-Year 2015 list:

  • No. 5: Riverstone in Fort Bend County: 347 mid-2015 sales, down 10 percent from mid-2014
  • No. 14: Aliana in Fort Bend County: 245 sales, down 8 percent
  • No. 16: Canyon Lakes West in Cypress: 235 sales, down 2 percent
  • No. 18: Wildwood at Northpointe in Tomball: 225 sales, up 2 percent

Read more at the Houston Business Journal.

Click here to see RCLCO's full list of top-selling master-planned communities.

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