Many homebuyers think that purchasing a brand-new home is smarter than purchasing a "used" home. A new home's maintenance costs should be minimal; its construction materials, systems and appliances should be up-to-code and energy efficient; the floor plan and amenities should meet the needs of modern buyers; and the home should be move-in ready. A new construction home also has an emotional appeal for buyers who like the idea of living in a home that's completely clean and potentially perfect.
When shopping for a new home, visions of gorgeous kitchens, sumptuous master baths and closet space galore may dance in your head, but you can’t forget the important step called financing. In many respects, financing a new home is much like getting a mortgage to purchase a resale home, but there’s an important difference. When buying resale, you shop around for rates and terms from banks, mortgage companies, brokers and online lenders. You can do the same when buying a new home, but there’s often an additional resource. Your builder may offer attractive financing packages, either directly through its own mortgage subsidiary or via an affiliate.
Things to consider while buying new construction homes:
When you are planning on buying a new construction home there are plenty of things that you might consider and few of them are listed below.
- Weigh the advantages and disadvantages:
- Research the neighborhood:
- Get an inspection and a home warranty:
- Close the deal:
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