Arizona Real Estate New Construction: Should You Consider?
Buying real estate is always an exciting time, but could add all the anxiety and stress in the process as well. As of today, the current active inventory according to the Arizona Regional Multiple Listing Service (ARMLS), there are over 14,000 homes available. The inventory is slightly up from the past couple of months. Still, many multiple offers are coming through from traditional sales, and short sales. So, when you throw in the offer with many other offers on the same property, the odds are slim that you get the home. Have you ever considered buying new?
There are so many advantages of buying new. When you buy an existing home, chances are you will need to spend a ton of money for the upgrades from physical alterations, interior improvements, changes in the functional components so they are up to code, many other things.
When it comes to buying new, you will get to pick and choose the available lot, and choose your builder which I have those connections for you. Though, buying new would have premiums, you still have nothing to worry about of the stress of dealing with multiple offers from other potential buyers.
Plus, you can choose your design, pick the interior, cabinets, and other components you want, Plus, you also have the opportunity to select many different floor plans each builder provides, or go custom with a custom builder. The key of everything is you’ll not have to deal with maintenance for a good 5-10 years ,and if anything happens to the home, each builder will have its own warranty. When you purchase your new home, all the components are already up to code, which provides huge energy savings with excellent comfort and excellent indoor air quality for you and your family.
Now, when you buy a new homes, many new home developers will provide state of the art home community centers with pools, clubhouses, and preserved land areas. The only downfall to it is the Home Owners Association (HOA) fees. There are some developed areas in the valley without significant HOA fees if you consider not living in a planned community.
Best of all, the sense of being in a new home and the safety provided through all the advanced technologies these days, you can’t go wrong in buying a new home.
I have the connections to many communities throughout the valley. If you consider building a home, buy a new spec home, or looking for new vacant land to build your dream home, I have the connections and would like to assist you and become your new home specialist.