Much like buying a car, shopping for a home is guided by a series of value propositions. Maybe having the latest technology is a priority for you. Or, like many Shoreline residents, sustainability is your passion. Perhaps, you just need something available now that will fit a growing family for a few years.
Whatever the motivation, the decision between buying existing or buying new in Shoreline is a big one with benefits on both sides. Our team at Blue Fern Homes put together this list of pros and cons that will hopefully make it easier.
Benefits of buying new
The alternative is to buy a new home like one of the move-in ready options listed on our website.
Choosing this path means that everything is new from the carpet to the paint and appliances. This also comes with the peace of mind that everything should last years beyond the purchase date. And in the case something does go wrong, you are covered by a comprehensive warranty from 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty®.
In Shoreline specifically, buying a new home is more approachable than ever with townhomes available for a competitive price or less than an existing single-family home. And Blue Fern Homes builds to the latest energy efficiency standards targeting 4-Star BuiltGreen designs which helps you to conserve energy, save money and reduce your carbon footprint throughout the life of your home adding residual value too.
Where to buy in Shoreline
If you have made the decision to buy new, Blue Fern has a number of options available in this fast-growing suburb. Cromwell Crossing is available now in Echo Lake with homes starting at 1,549 square feet with three bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms and a two-car garage.
To schedule a tour, learn more about your financing options or ask any additional questions, reach out to us today. Sign up for the Blue List to be the first to know about new homes coming to Shoreline.