There are many essential features to consider when you’re in the market for a home: location, size, layout, age, condition, and – the most crucial – price. As you delve into your research, the more you will get bombarded with ads, the more you will start to wonder if it’s cheaper to buy an old home or build a new one. At first glance, it may seem more expensive to invest in a new construction home. But, when considering all the components that play into buying old, you may have second thoughts.
Three essential factors to take into consideration when it comes to buying old vs. building new are:
- Unexpected Expenses
- Energy Efficiency
- Move-in Ready
At Maronda, our team works with you from initial design to implementation. Not only do you pick out every aspect of your home before building, but we also offer virtual interactive floor plans, 360 tours, color selection tools with online visualizers, in-person selection centers, and model home tours. Check out our full construction process here.