05 February . 2020
Chesmar’s Rachael Baine returns to Newland at Rancho Sienna
Helping people find the perfect new home is a family tradition for Rachael Baine, a Chesmar Homes sales professional in Rancho Sienna.
Rachael grew up in Houston, where her father, Bert Baine, had a 35-year sales career with major builders including Ryland (now CalAtlantic) and Village Builders.
“As a kid, I loved to spend time in the model homes on weekends, helping my father greet homebuyers and pass out fresh-baked cookies,” Rachel remembers. “It was such a wonderful feeling, seeing families get excited about finding their new home. I felt naturally drawn to home sales after graduating from the University of Texas at Austin.”
Rachael started working for Chesmar in Rancho Sienna last summer, making her one of the community’s newest builder representatives. However, she has a longer history with both Chesmar and Newland, Rancho Sienna’s developer.
For four years, Rachael sold Chesmar single-family homes and townhomes in Falcon Pointe, a Newland community in Pflugerville, now completed. That time at Falcon Pointe gave Baine a look at the “Newland way” of creating communities – and a desire to work in another Newland community as soon as possible.
“Falcon Pointe is nearly 20 years old, and it looks as good today as the day it opened. That speaks volumes about Newland’s vision and commitment to the long-term sustainability of every community they develop,” she said. “Newland designs first-class amenities and landscape features, and they strategically locate school and retail sites with an eye toward the long-term future. They also create structures, such the Homeowners Associations, that keep communities looking great after development is completed.”
When Chesmar needed a sales consultant in Rancho Sienna last summer, Rachael jumped at the chance to return.
“Rancho Sienna offers all the benefits of a Newland community such as Falcon Pointe, with the addition of a beautiful Hill Country environment and a master plan that preserves more than 100 acres for parks, trails and amenities such as Sienna House.”
Between finishing up at Falcon Pointe and coming to Rancho Sienna, Rachael worked as a construction manager for Chesmar, an experience that has added a new dimension to her skillset.
“After working on the construction side, I can help our buyers by letting them know exactly what to expect while their home is being built, and also after moving in, if they should need warranty service,” she said.
Chesmar offers two series of homes in Rancho Sienna, at prices from the high $200,000s to the mid $400,000s overall. Plans range from 1,535 to 2,965 square feet and include many standard, no-extra-cost features. Some the of newest standard features include tankless water heaters and keyless smart locks on front doors.
To learn more about Chesmar homes in Rancho Sienna, visit Rachel in their fully furnished model home in the community.
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