Stop endlessly searching for an existing home and consider the benefits of buying a new home.
The housing market conditions have shifted. You have probably begun to notice that the existing homes you were once able to find are no longer there. Or rather, they are harder to find and even harder to schedule a showing for. The results are disappointing, and the homes seem smaller for the price range you once thought appropriate.That is because the housing market has shifted. Existing home inventory is down while new home construction is on the rise.
A new home will cost less in the long run because you cannot anticipate how expensive upgrades to used homes will cost you
Energy efficient technology built into most new homes save you monthly, and in the long run
By building a new home, you pay less out of pocket. Closing cost incentives and no closing cost out of pocket, free appraisal promotions, more affordable home inspections.
Your new home automatically comes with a warranty, existing homes do not
A new home has higher equity possibilities
A new construction home can be built in 5-8 months and can be ready once your lease is up
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Building a new home allows you to avoid stressful bidding wars that strain your budget
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You get to choose from modern, high-tech features and building materials
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Your new home is 100% à la carte, pick and choose the design, finishes, etc.
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