It’s easy to become overwhelmed by all of the little, and not so little, details when you’re buying a new construction home. Keeping these questions in mind can help you avoid regrets and ensure that your new home contains all the features and amenities you need and want.
Your dream home can quickly turn into a nightmare if you build it in the wrong place. Fortunately, many potential problems can be identified with a little research and a few field trips to the neighborhood. If you’re planning to buy a new home in New Jersey soon, you’ll want to ask yourself these questions before making a decision.
Savvy homebuyers know that not all homes are created equal. But what sets an exceptional home apart from “just another house?” Are there truly advantages to selecting homes from one builder over another? We’ve been building quality homes since 1988 and here are a few things that our customers tell us really made a difference when it came to choosing the right home for their families.
According to energy.gov (the U.S. Department of Energy’s website) heating your home accounts for 42 percent of the energy you use. Heating the water in your home consumes another 18 percent and 6 percent goes toward cooling your house. Lighting and refrigeration each account for 5 percent of your energy use. Bear in mind that these are national averages and your New Jersey home’s energy use may vary somewhat.
One of the advantages of building a brand new home in New Jersey is that you get to decide how your home will look and feel. By checking out Country Classics at Belle Mead, for instance, you’ll have your choice of 7 fantastic options for the design of your home. Country Classics at Hillsborough offers you 9 great floor plans from which to choose. And while having options is a really good thing—just having more choices doesn’t necessarily make it easier. How do you choose the ideal floor plan? How do you end up with the plan that’s right for you and your family?