May 6, 2019 | Home Buying
Choosing between a resale home and a new construction home might be simpler than you think. Here are 5 signs that buying a new construction home is the best route for you!
You Like to Customize
When you think of your dream home you have specific finishes in mind. Your home should be YOUR dream home, not somebody else’s. When you purchase a resale home you are getting the dream and vision of the previous owner. You should be able to experience the luxury of upgraded counter tops and other personalized finishes from the day you move in.
You Hate Renovations
Does the thought of having to live in a home that is constantly under construction make you cringe? Then you might want to avoid buying a resale home. Existing homes often need multiple renovations like: kitchen, flooring, roofing, etc. Do yourself a favor and buy a new home to avoid the stress that comes with home improvement projects.
You Hate Surprises
Imagine moving into your dream home, only to discover you will have to replace the roof within the next year. Any type of major repair is not only inconvenient, but will take up a big chunk of your savings. With a new construction home, you will not have to worry about major repairs for a couple of years. All Lennar homes come with warranties on appliances, structural defects, roofing, and other such assurances that could be costly if replacement was needed.
You Care About the Environment
New construction homes are built with the environment in mind. Lennar homes are built with energy-efficient construction and included features to enhance the quality of your home, decrease your monthly utility bills, and reduce the carbon footprint.
Community is Important to You
New home communities are designed to provide a balanced lifestyle. With easy access to shopping centers, schools, parks, and hiking trails there is something for everyone to enjoy. By buying a new home in a new community you will also be moving in with other people your age. Which will make it easy to bond and make life-long friendships.