The 9 Most Unanswered Questions about Homes

Choosing to Buy a New Property or a Used One When you are deciding whether to buy a new car over a used one you have two totally different grounds for comparison and this is the same with buying a house. “Price tag” is most likely the number one issue when it comes to a brand new one since there are many others to choose from, while the “condition” of the house is the inherent determining factor when it comes to a second hand. This is similarly true when buying a brand new property that have never been lived in before despite it being constructed earlier on, against a home that is being resold or foreclosed. Well, yes the price tag is always a deciding point to either the brand new one or the used one because it does not mean just the price itself but what is being adjoined behind that tag or its inherent value. But the point that I want to make is that, when it comes to buying brand new, since the market inventory is much-much higher than the slim chance of finding a used one, one’s engagement is more of comparing one over the other in terms of the features found in each since you have a multiple choice. If there are only a few choices then you don’t have to do that. Features like, is it utilizing the latest construction materials, is it equipped with the latest technology built right into it, cooling and heating, newer and better materials used, insulation, alarm system, speaker system, internet wiring, cable, solar and etc. And like buying a car these days, you can choose something custom made that fits well with your preferences. But this is not the case when buying used houses since you don’t only have less choices, you will also have the apprehension of the repairs that it would require.
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Another big factor when choosing from used houses, is its maintenance. But this determining factor is not used with new properties. With a brand new property, you also have brand new appliances, plumbing, heating, etc, so you should expect warranties for the next several years or repair free for a few years, including utility bills that are lowered since you are not only using a brand new unit which are energy efficient .
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In purchasing a new property over a used one you need to deal with either a home builder or a home owner, and these two have different ways of handling their client. A home builder, especially early in the sales process, wants to get a few homes under contract quickly to encourage others to promptly follow so first buyers usually may get a good discount just to get the ball rolling. But if you are buying from a homeowner who is filled with emotional attachments to the house, it is likely that he will give it our just like that.