February 23, 2022

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Santa Rita Ranch is Once Again Among the Best Master-Planned Communities in Texas

Great things are always happening here in Texas, and it was a real pleasure to share so many client successes in 2021! We’re sure that 2022 is going to be an even better year, and we can’t wait to see what it has in store! Before we get too far into the new year, though, we want to make a special mention of a particularly newsworthy item from one of our clients that is one of the best master-planned communities in Texas.

Best Master-Planned Communities in Texas

The RCLCO 2021 rankings report has named Santa Rita Ranch one of the best master-planned communities in Texas once again! Santa Rita Ranch previously made the list of the top-50 best-selling master-planned communities in the country back in 2020, and we’re so proud to see it on there again, ranked at number nine in the state of Texas overall and number one in the Austin/Round Rock area!

Here at L&P Marketing Solutions, we love seeing our clients succeed time and time again, and we’re always thrilled when industry-leading organizations like RCLCO and Zonda Metrostudy acknowledge all the hard work that our clients put into their communities. In fact, Zonda Metrostudy named Santa Rita Ranch the “Most Active Community in Austin” last year, too. While we know the folks at the Ranch appreciate this kind of recognition, we also know their real joy comes from helping new families find dream homes in Texas.

In fact, we chatted with Santa Rita Ranch Developer Ed Horne about the news. He said that while it’s been an exciting and busy year on the Ranch, seeing so many new faces around the neighborhood makes them the happiest. He also expressed a lot of enthusiasm for the year to come, because Santa Rita Ranch will be unveiling some really exciting new projects, including a new 55+ Regency active adult community, the Grove Church, an on-site Kids ‘R’ Kids daycare, and much more!

It’s an exciting time to be a master-planned community in Texas. According to that same RCLCO report, home sales at most of the top-selling master-planned communities in the country were up some five percent in 2021, and 18 of the year’s 50 top-selling master-planned communities were in Texas! Why? Because Texas has so much going for it, including great jobs, fantastic education opportunities, a booming economy, and so much more.

Master Planned Community Marketing Strategies

Of course, that’s only part of the story. It takes a good community to attract new homeowners, even in a booming marketplace, and it also takes good master-planned community marketing strategies. We know that Santa Rita Ranch is one of the best communities around, but there’s no way that home buyers will know it without a branding and marketing strategy that can reach them.

That’s where we come in. Helping our clients stand out from the crowd by building their brand and ensuring that it gets to the right people at the right time is what we do here at L&P. The way we see it, our clients’ success is our success, and we’re thrilled to cheer on good folks like the ones at Santa Rita Ranch when they achieve something so earth-shattering.

Ed says that Santa Rita Ranch is anticipating an even bigger and better 2022, and with so many exciting new developments on the horizon, we believe it! Besides new amenities and opportunities within the master-planned community itself, big things are brewing in the Austin/Round Rock area, including a generous bond initiative passed by Georgetown ISD that will bring some incredible advances to local schools that parents and students throughout the community are sure to appreciate.

As the branding and marketing partner for Santa Rita Ranch, we look forward to sharing more of the community’s successes in the years to come! If you want to see how we can help your business grow and thrive in a highly competitive marketplace, contact us today and see why we think of ourselves as the best little big-idea shop in Texas!

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