new construction homes




Buying a new construction home can offer many advantages over purchasing a resale property. Here are a few of the most notable benefits:


Brand new everything

When you buy a new construction home, everything from the appliances to the roof is brand new and in excellent condition.  This means you don’t have to worry about repairs or replacements for quite some time, and can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with a new home.


Energy efficiency

Many new construction homes are built with energy-efficient materials and appliances, which can help you save money on your utility bills in the long run.  Additionally, many new homes are built to comply with local energy-efficiency codes, which can result in even greater energy savings.


Customization options

When you buy a new construction home, you may have the opportunity to customize certain features and finishes to your liking.  This can include things like flooring, countertops, paint colors, and more.  With a resale home, you may have to make do with someone else’s design choices, rather than making the home your own.



New construction home buyers often receive warranties for the home.  This means that the home builder will typically be responsible for fixing any issues with the home, such as leaks, within the warranty period.



Developers often build new homes in growing areas, so new construction homes can be found in desirable locations or developing areas that have good proximity to schools, shopping centers, parks, and other amenities.



A new construction home can appreciate at a faster rate than an older home, which can be an advantage if you’re planning to sell the property in the future.

While buying a new construction home can have many benefits, it’s important to keep in mind that they can also come with certain downsides such as higher closing costs and longer closing times.  Additionally, it’s important to research the builder, as new-home buyers must rely on the quality of the builder’s construction and customer service.

In conclusion, buying a new construction home can be a great investment for those looking for a move-in ready home that’s energy efficient, customizable, and backed by a warranty.  The location, appreciation potential, and location can be big draw to new construction home.  However, it’s important to weigh the pros and cons and to research the builder, before making a purchase.

The National Association of Realtors estimates 9 out of 10 homebuyers use a real estate agent in the search process.  Keep in mind the builder’s sales agents are paid to represent the builder, regardless of what they may tell you.  They do not have your best interests in mind.  Remember, it costs nothing to have a professional Realtor represent you.

Contact us for questions or more information.  We want to help you find the perfect home in the Valley of the Sun!




The National Association of Realtors estimates 9 out of 10 homebuyers use a real estate agent in the search process.  Buyer agents work to negotiate the best terms and prices for the buyer.