Shiny and new or tried and true? Buying a new home is a big deal and the decision-making process can be overwhelming. Here’s a guide of things to consider as you wade through the ultimate question of newly built homes versus used real estate.
Homebuilders use customer satisfaction surveys to ensure their sales process is satisfactory for homebuyers and to improve the homebuying and building processes too. Here’s how such surveys improve new homes to fit clients’ needs.
Conventional thinking says that spring is the best time to buy a new home. But perhaps more important than the season is your own personal timetable and needs. To help you decide which time of year is the best time for you to buy, consider these tips from leading real estate experts.
Several programs measure and certify that a home is green. The most widely known programs include Energy Star, LEED and the HERS Score--an energy-rating system for homes akin to miles-per-gallon ratings on cars. How do these certification programs compare? Is one right for your new home?
As the housing market continues to build strong momentum, more and more home buyers are investing in upgrades when they design and build their new home. Which home upgrades are buyers splurging on?
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