Savvy home shoppers compare brand new custom homes with pre-owned homes. When shopping for your new home, we’d like to help you with important information so that you can make the best decision for you and your family. Lately this has been the hot topic for discussion and I wanted to offer you a few comparisons between a brand new custom home and a pre-owned home.
Here are a few:
Warranties: The biggest purchase you make should not come with risk and worry. With a pre-owned home, do you really know what you are getting? What if the seller didn’t disclose everything they were supposed to? Diamante Custom Homes will give you the security of a written warranties, and a team of professionals who are dedicated to your home buying satisfaction. We are here long after your escrow closes. What’s that peace of mind worth to you? How do you like multiple warranties? How about an energy bill guarantee for life?
Energy Efficiency: A Diamante Custom Home includes many new and improved energy efficiency features and products that most pre-owned homes do not have. For instance, superior insulation, high-quality heating and cooling systems, dual glazed Low-E windows, and water saving fixtures that meet today’s more strict codes will provide comfort for your entire family as well as cost savings for you. If you buy a pre-owned home, you have to live with poor insulation, drafty windows, and an old HVAC system, all of which could need to be repaired or replaced.
Better Design: Do you really want to settle for something that is not quite want you want or that meets some of your needs? Today’s designs feature wide open floor plans, game or media rooms up, down, or in a walk-out basement, soaring ceilings, kitchen islands and bar tops designed to fit your family’s needs. When you go custom, you are essentially the designer using our expertise to guide you along. Let’s design a home exactly the way you want it and then move into it after it is sparkly clean. Don’t mess with settling on a preowned home and then dealing with all the mess and stress with a remodel- it could end up costing you more in the long run.