Building new or buying an established home — benefits of building new
All purchases aren’t equal when it comes to property. Your first home will probably be the largest investment you’ve ever made and maybe ever will make. It’ll be where you create lots of those laughable and loveable memories you look back on for decades and maybe even where you start to grow your family. It's an important decision for sentimental reasons as well as financial and lifestyle ones, and emotion always makes the factors that weigh into your decision to build or buy a house even harder to wade through.
Considerations like location, market trends, house type and price are tricky. They're important, of course. But they can also be impossible to balance successfully. Buying an established home can give you everything you need in a property, but it requires a lot of luck and usually a lot of money. Add in a transient market that you can't quite pinpoint, as well as heavy competition, and you can be left endlessly searching listings to no avail.
Building, on the other hand, will give you what you need. You get to decide on the location, house type and lifestyle because you're not relying on what's available. With an affordable builder, you can harness home and land packages, so the price is right too, and builders often provide structural and maintenance warranties.
We’re in the business of building homes for our cherished clients, so you don't have to take our word for it. Instead, here are the main benefits our first-time buyers have experienced when they build instead of buy.