There are many benefits to buying a newly built home. For one, the builder will use the latest designs which will give your home a very modern feel, without having to do the work yourself. New homes also have great warranties, with most repairs being covered for the first year or so you own the home. That warranty will make your life much easier, especially with the stress of moving still looming over your head. Another advantage to buying a new home is that builders often have deals in place with mortgage professionals to create special financing packages for you.
Conversely, previously-owned homes have great advantages, too. These homes have their own unique character that is difficult to replicate. In addition, older homes are typically found in more mature neighborhoods, with wonderful landscapes, large trees, and common areas to enjoy. We also typically see previously-owned homes offer more features, at the same if not less price per sq. ft. than new construction.
So, what’s right for you? It depends on you, and your lifestyle. One thing we find that helps buyers figure out what they want is setting up a buyer consultation with us. We can get together, go over your needs, and help guide you on what’s a good fit for you and your unique needs. If you have any questions about how we can help or would like real estate assistance of any kind, we are here to help! Just give us a call or send us a quick email.
This Week’s Closings, Congratulations!
Mr. Terry Pearson
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Rehfeld
Ms. Sarah Bolan
Mr. and Mrs. David Jewell
Mr. and Mrs. Whit Sisulak
Ms. Rachel Rimer
Mr. and Mrs. ChristopherLee
Mr. and Mrs. Todd Williamson
Mr. and Mrs. Burress Welborn
Ms. Stacy Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Schiavone
Mr. and Mrs. Thad Montgomery
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ruth
This Week’s New Listings For Sale:
7119 Mossy Bank Trail, $255,000
6023 Barringer Court, $199,900
15844 Flat Rock Court, $149,900
4706 Old Maple Court, $338,900
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