Brambleton Earns High Rank in Top-Selling Master Planned Community Lists

Posted January 16, 2020

RCLCO and John Burns Real Estate Consulting publishes yearly list placing Brambleton in top 40

The master-planned community (MPC) of Brambleton today announces it has placed in the top 40 on two highly regarded industry lists: Robert Charles Lesser & Co’s. (RCLCO)  2019 Top-Selling Master-Planned Communities List (#38) and John Burns Real Estate Consulting’s Top 50 Top-Selling Master-Planned Communities of 2019 (#39). Both lists utilize new home sales to determine their rankings and note an 8.6 percentage growth in Brambleton’s new home sales from 2018 to 2019.

Top-Selling Master-planned Communities of 2019 by RCLCO Real Estate Advisors
Top 50 Master-Planned Communities 2019 John Burns Real Estate Consulting

“As we enter a new decade, we are thrilled to be among the top selling MPC throughout the U.S.,” noted Kim Adams, Brambleton Marketing Director. “Year over year, we see interest in our dynamic community grow as we add more amenities, nurture our strong schools, parks and infrastructure, and grow the deep diversity we strive for here in Brambleton. We are honored to be included alongside these other wonderful communities.”

Trails, Tennis Courts and more at Brambleton

Every year, John Burns Real Estate Consulting, LLC ranks the top masterplans in the country based on new home sales. Feedback from numerous industry contacts and boots-on-the-ground consultants support the diligent research that goes into producing this prestigious ranking. Similarly, The RCLCO list leverages estimated year-end sales based on total net new home sales as reported by each individual community.

Miller & Smith in downtown Brambleton

To be considered an MPC a community must have been developed from a broad plan and incorporate a variety of housing types, sizes, and prices with shared common spaces and amenities. MPCs differentiate themselves from suburban subdivisions in that they foster an environment where generations can live better in terms of housing, community environment and economic opportunity.

Night photo of Brambleton Plaza

“With the economic downturn in the beginning of the decade, it is important to acknowledge how much we have grown, and as the only MCP ranked in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area, we’re incredibly proud of our consistent progress. The data gathered from both reports point to our continued advancement, and we look forward to nourishing the community of Brambleton for the foreseeable future,” Adams added.

Surban Living at Brambleton Town Center

Brambleton, developed by Soave Real Estate, is located in Loudoun County, Virginia. Brambleton Town Center is anchored by Regal Fox Cinema equipped with the latest 4DX technology with high-tech motion seats and special effects including wind, fog, lightning, bubbles, water, rain and scents, Onelife Fitness, Harris Teeter grocery store, state-of-the-art library, various local businesses and more. Brambleton has been voted “Best Residential Community” by Posh Seven Magazine two years in a row. With more than 5,800 homes, Brambleton is within close proximity to the Silver Line, Dulles International Airport, and the Toll Road, which provides easy access to both DC and Virginia vineyards to the West.

Brambleton Library