This spring season we want you to comfortably and confidently get the most out of your money. No matter the state of our economic climate, buying a new home always has its advantages. Now more than ever being the first owner of a home makes the most sense, and here’s why:
New Homes Are Energy Efficient: Homes built prior to 1980 use up a lot of excess energy whereas new homes consume only half the amount of energy leaving the environment a better, healthier place to live and your wallet a little heavier!
Ease of Maintenance: Everything is brand new!! Meaning less work and more time to do the things you really enjoy! Thanks to vast improvements and innovations our building materials used today are more efficient and more durable. We realize, do-it-yourself maintenance is not for everyone, so instead of paying for home repairs you can enjoy more quality time on weekends with family and friends.
Your Dream Home: Buying a resale home typically means your buying a home layout built appropriately for the decade in which it was intended, unless of course you have the funds for some major rework, this can present its problems. New homebuyers, on the other hand, have the luxury of selecting their very own unique floor plan appropriate for their own unique and individual lifestyle. If designing your own home is one of your passions then your options are endless! There’s nothing quite like the excitement of choosing your home’s details, inside and out, and being the first one to putting the key into the lock! Be the first to make your house a home.
New Homes Drive Value: Wouldn’t it be nice to know that you’re driving value with every new purchase? Well when you buy a new home you do! Unlike older homes or resale homes, new homes have a longer life expectancy. When you buy a new home you are looking at having a higher appraisal and later down the road a more favorable resale value!
Community Involvement: A new community of homes allows for a planned development of the lifestyle within it. Whether it is an active adult community, families with young children, or golf enthusiasts new homebuyers know they will have something in common with the neighborhood when they move in. Each neighborhood offers exciting lifestyles and a chance to experience community growth with those around you. Your home’s greatest foundation rests in your community.