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Why buy a New Home

One benefit to buying a new home is that everything usually will function properly, for a longer period of time -vs- a resold home.

New homes are much more energy efficient then older homes, thereby saving money on utilities. You can also specify that you want an environmentally safe home and the builders will use materials that are known to be healthier for your family.

New homes are generally wired with high tech cabling which allows for a much easier home networking system and surround sound. Having your home wired for today's technology saves you thousands in upgrades later, not to mention the comfort of knowing all wiring in your house is in great working order.

The last homes on a specific lot are either discounted in price or given substantial upgrades. This allows the builder to complete the sale of a lot and begin developing the adjacent lot.

Purchasing a new home also allows the homeowner to landscape the property to their own tastes. Quite often new builders will also allow for a pool or extended concrete areas or fencing. Many extras can include built in sprinklers and perhaps extra electrical for an outdoor hot-tub.

There are many benefits of buying a new home as opposed to buying an older home. Repair costs will be almost obsolete for quite a few year in a new home (you should not have to replace the water heater, furnace, central air, roof, etc... for some time in a new home). You don't have to worry about the electric and plumbing being outdated in a new home and you can rest assured that everything should be up to code. Lastly, a new home will generally offer a more modern look, more modern appliances and have more energy efficient appliances.

When you buy a new North Olmsted home, it's just that- your new home, not someone else's old home. It smells new. It looks new. It's all yours!

New homes also have no wear-and-tear like older homes. The carpets will be new and unstained, the walls will be pristine, there will be no screw holes from where there was once shelves, and everything will still be in new working condition.

Most builders have several home styles to choose from. Buyers of new construction homes can choose among different layouts and add features to some extent. In addition, newly constructed homes often come with warranties on pumping, electrical wiring, roof, etc.

When buying a new home buyers are often allowed to pick certain color schemes and upgrades by the builder. This will allow you to customize the house to suite your tastes.


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