Think About It….
A new home reflects your choices and a new place for your family’s memories to begin. A used home was someone else’s dream, not yours. Why settle on outdated cabinets, countertops, appliances, etc…?
Sure you can replace, however, it’s very expensive and you still won’t have the high ceilings and large walk in shower you’ve been dreaming of. Your carpet and the pad under it has had who knows what spilled on it or growing in it.
Think about Safety: State-of-the-art circuit breakers. Electric garage door openers with sensors that stop if a tricycle or child is too close. High-efficiency furnaces and air conditioners that use the latest environmentally-friendly coolants. Fewer volatile organic compounds in your cabinets, carpets and paints so that you and your family can breathe easier.
Energy and Cost Savings: Today’s new homes are far more energy efficient than homes built just 5 years ago vs. homes built 10 or 20 years ago. Why settle for a drafty, energy-wasting used home? You wouldn’t go to the hardware store asking to purchase a 10 year old hotwater heater, AC unit, or shingles for your roof and agree to pay top dollar for it, but that’s what people are agreeing to when purchasing used. Now does that sound like a wise investment?
Latest and greatest advanced technology: New homes provide cutting-edge building products that require less care and maintenance that are designed and engineered to work together. Such as combining high-performance energy efficiency with state-of-the-art ventilation and air filtration. The result is year-round, draft-free comfort and higher indoor air quality. With used homes outdated products you will soon be replacing them 100% from your own pocket. Your new home’s state-of-the-art products are brand-new and under warranty.
Even your lifestyle will be more active with community amenities that many new homes provide today. Built in master-planned communities with resort-style community centers, clubhouses, pools, splash pads, tennis courts, hiking and jogging trails. Many new home communities also feature some of the best new schools and shopping near (or even within) your new home community. So choose a home that meets your needs and buy new.