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Dealing with Analysis Paralysis When Building Your NJ Home

By Amy Wood in Luxury NJ homes, in homebuilding decisions


6 hours ago

Researching what you want in your new New Jersey home is essential in order to get what you want. There is, however, an inherent risk of accumulating so much information that you can’t make a decision. It’s what some people refer to as “analysis paralysis.” You have so many options that making choices seems impossible.

Selecting a floor plan is another big decision. Your choice isn’t simply a matter of square footage; you want to think about the layout and arrangement of your home’s interior, too. Will the space accommodate both your current and future needs?

Choosing finishes for your new home means more decisions. What are your options, and how can you determine if the cabinets, fixtures, hardware, countertops and flooring you’re choosing really fit the style you’re after—and suit your family’s lifestyle?

The internet, of course, is packed with information about all of those things. However, researching selections online can be a bit like opening Pandora’s box. One fact or opinion leads to another, and before you know it, you’ve got more information than you know what to do with.

We try to simplify things a bit for our clients—without squeezing them into a “one-size-fits-all” solution. We build homes in the Central New Jersey area, which is known for its highly-ranked school systems. The homes we build are conveniently located near tons of shopping, dining and entertainment options as well, which means you'll never be far from any of the activities you enjoy.

We even make choosing the finishes for your home easier. It’s one thing to look at fixtures and finishes online, but that’s no substitute for a tactile, up-close-and-personal viewing of the materials that will go into your home. With our Design Studio, you can first take a glance online to get a general idea of the available options, and then you can actually come in to the studio to put your hands on the materials and see them in person.

Evaluating your options doesn’t have to leave you with analysis paralysis when you can get all the important information in one place and actually see what you’ll be getting!

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Amy Wood

Vice President of Operations at Country Classics

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