New build homes might be right for you. If you put a pause on your home search because you weren’t sure where you’d go once you sold your house, it might be a good time to get back into the market. If you’re willing to work with a trusted agent to consider a newly built home, you may have even more options and incentives than you realize.
>>More Options To Choose from and Potential Builder Incentives
While the inventory of existing homes has increased this year, it’s still below more typical years like 2019. While it’s a smaller segment of the overall inventory of homes for sale, the supply of newly built homes has grown even more.
Because the inventory of newly built homes has grown so much, builders are motivated to sell their properties before they build more. Back in the housing crash of 2008, builders were building too many homes, and that oversupply is part of what contributed to the housing bubble bursting. Now, builders don’t want to have a surplus of inventory in their pipeline, and many are offering buyers incentives to help move that inventory along.
To find out what’s available in your area, lean on a trusted real estate professional.
>>Lifestyle Benefits of Buying a Newly Built Home
In addition to more supply and the potential for builder incentives, newly built homes have various benefits that may suit your lifestyle. For example, you likely won’t have as many little repairs to tackle, like leaky faucets, shutters to paint, and other odd jobs around the house.
Another perk of a new home is that nothing in the house is used. It’s brand new and uniquely yours from day one. You’ll have all new appliances, windows, roofing, and more.
If any of these benefits appeal to you, DM me to learn more.
#realestate #homeownership #homebuying #realestategoals