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									Title:
New Houses versus Existing Houses

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307

Summary:
Provides a rundown from the advantages/disadvatages of every kind of
home.


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Body Building:
<b>New Houses</b>

Freshly built houses have good qc standards, more recent construction
techniques, and energy efficiency than many older houses. They frequently
have a 1+ year warranty and good financing options. However that while
they're easy to get involved with, it's very hard to sell them for any
couple of years (particularly if the builder continues to be within the
subdivision), and also the final cost is frequently greater than a mature
home (though they often require hardly any up-front money, and several
contractors can give 1000's of dollars of upgrades and incentives.) The
area won't be established, you will see very couple of shade trees as
with a mature neighborhood, and it'll convey more of the frontier feel.
If you want ?new? and ?shiny? just like a new vehicle, then your clean
odor of a brand new home will probably be your factor.

<b>Existing Houses</b>

They are possessed by home owners who wish to sell their houses. They've
been seasoned, and might be better built than more recent houses. Lots of
people like the truth that they've the charm and good reputation for
getting been resided in - actually, many purchasers believe that a brand
new house is "cold" whether it has not been resided in. How old they are
provides them respectability, and they're in established communities with
tall trees and established neighbors and schools. They might be
funky/personalized with interesting eccentricities. They are for those
who like "established" OR "different." They're much simpler to market
whenever you purchase one. Many also have a 1-year warranty. They might
not attract individuals who like being the very first in the home or who
would like one built specifically for them.

Which would you like better - New or Existing? Individuals who like you
can nothing like another, though you will find many exceptions who choose
both.

© 2006, Jon Kresh

								
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