Since the need to provide physical distancing was required in order to stop the spread of COVID-19, home builders in our communities have expanded your options for touring their showhomes.
You’ve decided you want to build a new home instead of buying a resale home, but now you have the task of choosing a home builder. On some levels, a lot of builders look the same. For instance, the popularity of things like open-concept living areas on the first floor and master suites upstairs means that most builders will include these things when designing homes.
Still, there are important differences that you should look out for. Pay attention to the things that matter most to your family, and allow that to guide your decision. Our tips should help you get started.
Exchanging one home for another seems to be a rite of passage. Parents tend to opt for larger homes once they increase the size of their family or the kids start getting a little bigger. Retired couples often trade in their large family homes for something a bit more manageable.
As common as this process may be, how do you know when it’s time to start looking for a new home? There are times when making a few small adjustments can alleviate any perceived problems with the current home. Sometimes, just waiting it out will make things better.
When you know it’s time to begin looking for a new home, the choices available on the market can easily overwhelm you. With so many factors to consider, it can become really difficult to find exactly the right home for your needs, desires, and budget.
With the buyers’ market in Edmonton, now is a great time to begin searching for your first home. But with so many options out there, where do you even begin? New home builds offer home buyers many great benefits not found in the resale market.
Let’s explore eight great reasons why it makes sense to build your first home from the ground up – made just for you, and with all the features you want!
While renting can have its perks, there’s nothing like the feeling of owning your own home. But how do you know when you’re ready to make the move and buy your first home? Here are just a few signs that it’s time to upgrade your living arrangements.
Everyone wants to see their house as a palace! However, your perspective can change as you start to outgrow your house. Spaces start to feel confining, anytime you bring in something new you have to throw something else out because there just isn’t the room for it. Sound familiar?
Regardless of how attached you are to your present home, it may be in your best interest to take a closer look at your environment and consider if it’s the right time to move to a bigger house.
Once you’ve decided you want to buy a brand-new home rather than a resale, the next step is to choose a community that’s right for you. New communities in Edmonton have been sprouting up for decades. As a new buyer, you’ll get to decide whether you want to build your home in a brand-new community or one that’s a bit more established. Each one has unique advantages and disadvantages, so carefully consider all of your options.