Buy new to create a home you can truly call your own!
Plus, reap the numerous benefits of buying new:
Rest easy knowing your home is comprised of the latest environmentally-friendly materials, high levels of insulation, and appliances, all of which have passed inspections and conform to building codes. Plus, receive the security of an RWC New Home Warranty.
Call the Shots
Create your own home décor from the get-go! With many home plan options, you’ll get the open layout and features all aligning with your lifestyle and style! Choose desired appliances, flooring, finishes, paint colors, and indoor/outdoor design elements, so you don’t waste resources on time-consuming, costly updates.
When families move into a subdivision at the same time, lasting bonds of friendship are often formed right away. Nobody is the “new kid on the block.” New communities often feature popular amenities including walking trails, playgrounds, and nature areas – all realms that set the stage for greater neighborliness and interaction. What’s more, new communities are typically comprised of homeowners in the same stage of life, such as young families or active retirees, which only deepens the connection potential.
Throwing a party in an older home can be challenging. Smaller, distinct rooms make it difficult to entertain guests in one large space. Builders are responding to today’s home buyer preferences with layouts that feature more open spaces and rooms that flow into each other more fluidly. The feeling of spaciousness in modern, new-home layouts is often enhanced with higher ceilings and additional windows that invite in an abundance of natural light.
Anyone who’s ever lived in an older home can attest to the fact that there are never enough outlets, inside or out! Homes built in the 1960’s and earlier were wired very differently from modern homes. Builders had no way of anticipating the invention of high-definition televisions, DVRs, and computers, all of which come with very different electrical requirements. New home builders plan for the increased number and type of electronics and appliances used by modern families, accommodating advanced technologies with structured wiring, security systems, and sophisticated lighting plans, so you can, for example, safely operate a wine cooler, Christmas lights, and music from your computer simultaneously.