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Reasons to Build a New Construction Home

Categories: New Community, New Home | Posted: September 3, 2020

PA New Homes, One and Two-Story Homes, PA BuilderNew construction homes offer low-maintenance, higher efficiency, personalized customization, low cost of ownership, maximized investment, home warranty, and quality of construction. Not to mention, nothing says clean more than a new home! Read further to learn all the reasons you should consider buying your new home today.

1. Customization: Buying a new home means that you can choose the floor plan that meets your needs – no need for expensive, stressful remodeling jobs down the road! New home buyers get to design their own property and customization allows buyers today to tailor their living space exactly to their lifestyle and personal preferences.

2. Better Energy Efficiency: Newly constructed homes include Energy Star-rated appliances that can reduce your use of electricity or gas and lower your utility bills significantly. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, a new home today is 30 percent more energy efficient than a home built just five to seven years ago. How would you invest these cost savings? A family vacation, college-fund, retirement?

3.  Quality Construction: New homebuyers can rest easy in a new home knowing that the accumulated wear and tear associated with a resale home will not be an issue. Enjoy peace of mind with no inspections too! With new construction, you can be confident that the latest building codes for electrical, plumbing and energy-efficient features, including insulation are being carefully and expertly met in your new home.

4. Safe Neighborhoods: Location is a major factor when considering a new home purchase. Investing in a new home community provides families with both a comfortable new home and a vibrant community they get to live in. Enjoy feeling safe in a home and neighborhood you’ve become part of.

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