HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (KTLA) — In the latest sign the housing market is beginning to heat up, families are camping out for the chance to buy a home.
The new Huntington Beach home development, called Brightwater, will begin the release of their first phase of homes in a neighborhood called Capri this Saturday and potential home buyers are already lining up.
So far, 11 families have been camping out for one week, in hopes of purchasing a home by the beach that starts in the $800,000s.
The homes will be sold to pre-qualified buyers on a first-come, first-served basis.
This weekend only five homes will be released for sale.
Eventually 354 homes will be built in the development.
For more information go to brightwaterhb.com