The Advantages of Purchasing a Newly Constructed Home
In the previous post, you have read about the cons of buying the property but today, we will explore the other side. While shiny and new sounds amazing to ears, let's dig out other facts that actually make newly constructed homes more alluring.
New build Pros
New home is not a leftover
Have you heard someone saying that driving a brand new car is a luxury itself and it's smell is something divine? It is true but let me tell you that the only thing better than a new car smell is new house smell. The idea of touching the interiors that no one have used before can simply drive anyone crazy. No one has cooked in your kitchen, no one has used your cupboards before and no one has ever parked a car in your garage. You will be the proud first owner of this home.
A new build is modern and up-to-date
Developers of new homes state that we don't build homes like we used to and this is a good thing. Appliances models, energy requirements and interior textures have been changed a lot and buying a well-built new home will be much less stressful than remodelling an older home. That's because homebuyers can avoid those unexpected expenses that occur when workers find issues like asbestos or old plumbing that needs to be replaced. Moreover, you can incorporate new trendy kitchen appliances and modern bathroom accessories to maximize the home's potential.
You can add as much as your budget allows
When you will discuss with a seasoned architect about investing in old and new homes, he would say that there are pros and cons to purchasing a new build. "When a homeowner purchases an existing home, there will be compromise on the floor plan but when you buy a new home, you will not have to complain about it. Developers can cater to your every need, customize and personalize every detail. Homeowners can pick "everything from the floor plan to the flooring, cabinetry, plumbing, etc." So homeowners can decide, if they want tile or hardwood floors in the kitchens and baths or they can make the home as plush as a hotel.
No renovation issues with a new home
Many homeowners who buy old homes purchase a property and then renovate it to match their needs. It means you will have to live in the mess of renovation for long, till everything turns out as per your wish. On the contrary, having no interruptions in your daily life is a huge benefit to buying a new home. There is a huge difference between buying a fixer-upper and investing in a property that is a money pit.