Avilla Homes FAQs
- Who is Avilla Homes?
- What makes Avilla Homes different from traditional rental living options?
- What does Avilla Homes offer?
- What market drivers prompted the need for a new option in housing?
- How is Avilla Homes a hybrid?
- How big are Avilla homes?
- How big are the backyards?
- Who maintains the homes at Avilla Homes neighborhoods?
- Who maintains the landscaping at Avilla Homes neighborhoods?
- What is the profile of a typical Avilla Homes resident?
- Why is living in an Avilla Homes community a smart alternative to home ownership or apartment living?
- How does an Avilla Homes community affect existing neighborhoods?
- How many Avilla Homes communities exist?
- Where are Avilla Homes communities located?
- Are pets welcome in an Avilla Homes community?
- What is the lease rate for Avilla Homes?
- How long are leases for Avilla Homes?
- Are additional Avilla Homes communities planned?
- Where can I see photos of Avilla Homes?
Who is Avilla Homes?
Avilla Homes is redefining traditional residential living by bringing to life the next generation of American homes for a consumer desiring privacy, flexibility and freedom. Avilla Homes delivers high-end quality and exceptional service to customers, without the financial burdens of a mortgage or home maintenance.
What makes Avilla Homes different from traditional rental living options?
There are many differences between Avilla and traditional rental options, but the main one is that Avilla Homes are single-story, detached residences. Unlike traditional apartments, which can be two stories or more, Avilla Homes have a residential scale that fits well with neighboring single-family homes. The one-bedroom homes are built in a duplex style, with a common wall between the living rooms. The two- and three-bedroom homes are completely detached.
What does Avilla Homes offer?
A unique neighborhood, Avilla Homes delivers on a true luxury home experience within a gated community. With smart design, advanced technology, energy efficiency and distinctive architecture as driving forces, each neighborhood features homes with open and spacious floor plans and private outdoor patios and backyards. These single-story, detached leased homes offer high-end finishes, 10-foot-high ceilings and lots of natural light. Exuding style and a sense of luxury, every neighborhood has a signature architectural style that complements the local community. Additionally, Avilla Homes provides neighborhood living maintained by a professional management company, without mortgage payments or HOA fees.
What market drivers prompted the need for a new option in housing?
This hybrid housing option was established as a direct response to housing market turmoil and the need to satisfy an underserved segment of the population for whom the American Dream has been changing for more than a generation.
There has been a fundamental shift in what the new middle class values most. According to the Pew Research Center, 15 years ago, home ownership was the most coveted aspiration, with 70 percent seeking to own a home. Today, that number has fallen 25 percent, with less than half wanting to make an investment in owning a home.
How is Avilla Homes a hybrid?
Avilla is a viable alternative for individuals and couples who now demand the freedom and flexibility that comes through leasing while yearning for the privacy and independence from living in a new home. All Avilla communities are maintained by a professional management company, which provides residents the luxury of maintenance-free living.
How big are Avilla homes?
There are three floor plans for Avilla Homes: one, two and three bedrooms. Square footage varies, dependent on floor plans.
- One bedroom/one bath = 635 square feet
- Two bedroom/two bath = 965 square feet
- Three bedroom/two bath = 1,244 square feet
How big are the backyards?
The backyards are a minimum of eight feet deep, with some as much as 20 feet. The yard is the length of the individual home, which varies from approximately 25 feet (one-bedroom home) to 45 feet (three-bedroom home). Each yard features a gate to allow access from outside, just like a single-family home, a tree and low-maintenance landscaping. Residents are encouraged to customize their yards with additional landscapes, patio furniture, grills or even small gardens.
Who maintains the homes at Avilla Homes neighborhoods?
Home maintenance is managed by the Avilla Customer Care Center. If any of the components of the home need repair (e.g., refrigerator, dishwasher, disposal, washer, dryer, HVAC, light bulbs, irrigation), residents can contact the Avilla Customer Care Center and the maintenance team will make any necessary repairs or replacements.
Who maintains the landscaping at Avilla Homes neighborhoods?
All of the common landscaping (meaning landscaping outside the private backyards) is maintained by the Avilla Customer Care Center.
What is the profile of a typical Avilla Homes resident?
Looking for a less burdensome lifestyle that is unencumbered by the traditional anchors of mortgages and home ownership, these higher-income residents are diverse and include:
- Single professionals
- Single parents
- Two-income couples
- Empty nesters
- Older adults and seniors
- Pet owners
- Childless/small families
- Longer term residents
Why is living in an Avilla Homes community a smart alternative to home ownership or apartment living?
Shaped by the recent housing industry crisis, consumers have new perspectives on the American Dream. These perspectives establish home lease as an opportunity to:
- Live in an affordable, luxury housing option, which allows them to live life on their terms.
- Relish hassle-free and maintenance-free easy, carefree indoor/outdoor living.
- Enjoy individual expression and personal identity that come with living in a home.
How does an Avilla Homes community affect existing neighborhoods?
Existing neighborhoods become winners with an Avilla Homes development in the vicinity as this hybrid housing option provides enduring quality communities. Specifically, these areas are:
- Sustainable developments with lower impact on infrastructure, views and public amenities.
- Attractive to potential employers looking for a location with diverse housing options.
- Strong draws for high-quality, income-qualified residents.
- Well maintained by a professional property management company.
How many Avilla Homes communities exist?
As of February 17, 2016, there are seven Avilla neighborhoods in Tucson and three in Phoenix. The company plans to launch eight additional Avilla neighborhoods by mid-2017 in the Phoenix, Dallas and Denver markets.
Where are Avilla Homes communities located?
Current communities include:
Arizona – Greater Phoenix
- Avilla Grace
2121 N. Grace Blvd.
Chandler, AZ 85225
- Avilla Heights
255 E. Chandler Heights Rd.
Chandler, AZ 85248
- Avilla Palm Valley
4200 N. Falcon Rd.
Goodyear, AZ 85395
- Avilla Town Square – Opens July 6, 2017!
150 E. Warner Rd.,
Gilbert, AZ 85296
- Avilla Victoria I – Now Open!
20450 E. Ocotillo Rd.
Queen Creek, AZ 85142
Arizona – Greater Tucson
- Avilla Marana I & II
4050 W. Aerie Dr.
Tucson, AZ 85741
- Avilla Preserve
2501 W. Orange Grove Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85741
- Avilla River
1000 W. River Road
Tucson, AZ 85704
- Avilla Sabino I & II
3500 N. Sabino Canyon #109
Tucson, AZ 85750
- Avilla Tanque Verde
2495 N. Desert Links Dr
Tucson, AZ 85715
Texas – Greater Dallas
- Avilla Northside
1212 Community Ave.
McKinney, Texas 75071
Opening in Late 2017
- Avilla Premier
3409 Premier Dr.
Plano, TX 75023
Are pets welcome in an Avilla Homes community?
Yes. Residents are allowed up to two pets, with no size or breed restrictions. Additional fees and restrictions may apply.
What is the lease rate for Avilla Homes?
Lease rates vary by location. In general, the lease rates are the same as A-class apartments in the surrounding area. And while they include fully integrated maintenance and professional property management, there are no HOA fees.
How long are leases for Avilla Homes?
Residents have the option of signing on to one- or two-year leasing agreements.
Are additional Avilla Homes communities planned?
Yes. Eight additional communities are expected to be built in high-growth areas in Phoenix, Dallas and Denver.
Where can I see photos of Avilla Homes?
Photos of the different communities and floorplans are available by visiting avillahomes.com/photos