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Posted by on Oct 8, 2018 in Real Estate |

Out with the Old, In with the New – Homes, That Is

Out with the Old, In with the New – Homes, That Is

When you’re in the market for a home, you may be debating buying something with a rich history or something modern and recently built. Here are just a few reasons to consider new homes over older ones:

Outfit It Your Way

Whether you’re having your new home built to your specifications or simply decorating it once it’s built, as the very first residents, you can give it the kind of personal touch that an older home simply can’t rival. Choose countertops, flooring, wall coverings and more, and create a space that is uniquely yours.

Modern Aesthetics

When you invest in an older home, you take on almost inevitable renovation projects. From outdated colors and patterns to passé landscaping and kitchen and bathroom layouts that make you cringe, you’ll probably have your hands full replacing and repairing things in an older home once you move in. If that doesn’t sound like your idea of a good time, you can always buy new construction homes – and know that you’re getting modern looks and functionality.

Warranties That Aren’t Expired

When you walk into an older home, you’re likely to encounter appliances and furnishings that will soon need replacing. Not just because they look outdated; often, the things that were once under warranty are long-since beyond that point when you buy an older home. When you choose a new home, though, your appliances, your bathtub and shower, and everything else the eye can see are just as new as the home itself – and still under warranty! That saves you money in ways you might not have even expected.

Looking for new homes in Palm Coast, FL? This area is one of Florida’s best for new construction and real estate. Contact your local sales agent for more information about getting the keys to your very own brand-new home!

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