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Recognizing the impact of COVID-19 on the community, Darius Assemi announced Monday morning that Granville Homes is donating $5,000 for every sold home that closes escrow through May 31.

“We’re seeing the best of our neighbors, from our medical professionals, delivery drivers, and supermarket clerks, to the people spending their days sewing protective masks in their living rooms. These are the people that are stepping up to help us now, and our community needs to make sure they’re taken care of.” — Granville Homes President/CEO Darius Assemi

The donation, which is expected to total $100,000, will support healthcare workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic and other relief efforts in the Valley, said Assemi, who is president and CEO of Granville Homes and publisher of GV Wire.

“Our community and our nation are facing incredible hardships caused by this pandemic,” Assemi said. “The good news is that American ingenuity and grace are coming together to knock the heck out of this disease.

“We’re seeing the best of our neighbors, from our medical professionals, delivery drivers, and supermarket clerks, to the people spending their days sewing protective masks in their living rooms. These are the people that are stepping up to help us now, and our community needs to make sure they’re taken care of.”

Virtual Home Tours During Pandemic

Granville Homes is scheduled to close escrow on more than 20 homes through the end of May.

All Granville Homes sales and corporate offices are closed for the safety of their customers, homeowners, and the community. However, the company is fully operational and able to take buyers from home tour to close of escrow completely online.

One Response

  1. Dave G

    Is this a news story or an advertising release for public presence? Seems a bit questionable when the backers of a supposed “News Service” have an “Article” that is basically a presentation of an act by a private business, which I would think is to build the positive view of the readers? Would you, and I could be so far out in left field with this, but would you publish an article with this headline or position in your weekly news letter if it was McCaffrey, KB Homes, Lennar, Bonnadelle, DeYoung or some other builder/developer. I am of the view that probably not. I don’t question the sincerity of the Assemi family, especially considering all they have done for the community over the years. But maybe it could have just been done to help and not necessary to publicly use a news service to present this?

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