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All You Need to Know About Insulation for Your New Construction Home

All You Need to Know About Insulation for Your New Construction Home

  There are numerous things to consider when buying a new construction home, but one thing that might not be topping your list is your prospective home’s insulation type. New builds are often outfitted with some of the best insulating materials on the market—many of which can reduce ongoing utility…
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Different Types of New Construction Homes

    New construction homes come in three main types: production, custom, and semi-custom. All three come with a package of new-home benefits, such as contemporary design, a builder's warranty, smart-home features, and energy-efficient appliances. And, all three let you make choices about your new…
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Expenses to Prepare for When Buying New Construction

  Buying a newly built home can be a great option for homeowners looking to minimize maintenance issues, or who prefer common areas, like parks or clubhouses, to be maintained by a Home Owner’s Association within their new community.  But, be sure you’re well informed on all the expenses involved…
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Unmarried Couples Buying a Home: Advantages of New Construction

  First comes love, then comes marriage, then a house and then a baby… sometimes. Today, it’s common for unmarried couples to buy a house together. Millennial couples are more likely than other generations to buy a house before getting married. Fifteen percent of buyers under age 37 were unmarried…
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Where to Put Electrical Outlets in Your New Home

  When it comes to installing electrical outlets in your new home, "you'll always need more than you think you will," says Adam Black, owner of Western Contracting Services in Montrose, Colo. The good news is that when you buy a new construction home, you'll be able to move outlets that aren't…
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A Complete Guide to Closing on Your New Home

  Once you’ve signed a contract for your home to be built, you may be ready to sit back and relax. But as you get closer to your new home’s completion date, you’ll need to get organized and stay in communication with your builder, your lender, and your title company. Your financing will need to be…
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Remote New Home Purchase and Design

  While some homebuyers want to see the walls of the home they intend to purchase, about 20 percent of all homebuyers – whether they bought a newly built home or an existing one – made an offer on a house they’d never seen in 2018. For new home buyers, particularly if they’re purchasing a house in…
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Top Amenities in New Home Communities

  When building a new home, you have opportunities many existing home-buyers don’t get to experience.  Not only can you select the features you want in your new home, but you also get to choose the kind of community you want to live in. When looking at new home communities, there are a host of…
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Top Home Design Trends of 2019

  Building a brand new home is an exciting experience. You control all the upgrades and features, from the amount of electrical sockets to the type of flooring used. This also means there are more options to choose from, and creating the unique feel and personality of your home is a project in…
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Things to Consider When Buying a Newly Constructed Home

While purchasing a home is undoubtedly an exciting experience, buying a brand new home can offer more freedom and possibilities. With a newly constructed home, everything is fresh, contemporary, and even more environmentally savvy. Although new homes and old homes may have a different age, there…
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How to Make a New Home Your Own

You just received the keys to your new home. Walking into the property, you notice the blank walls, the barren rooms, and an echo throughout the property that could run chills down the spine of even the most daring homeowner. Moving to your new home is an exciting process, but the unfamiliarity of…
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