From a better resale value to getting the latest in energy efficiency, the benefits of buying a brand new, move-in ready home are abundant. There’s no question that buying a new home is convenient, much quicker than building from the ground up, and practically seamless.Warranty coverage
Quality and value are not our only priorities when building homes—so is long-term customer care. When you have an unexpected breakdown or structural issue that’s covered by your home warranty, our Warranty Department will be there to provide responsive customer service, valuable coverage, and peace of mind.
In fact, our homes are backed by a 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty®, which means your new Blue Fern home has one of the most comprehensive coverages in the industry today. No one likes a bad surprise, especially if that bad surprise comes at a cost.Latest in energy efficiency
Another bright idea that contributes to why you should buy a new construction home instead of a resale is that you can have confidence in knowing you’re getting the latest in energy efficiency. From the materials and methods to the systems, our 4-star BuiltGreen certification enables your home to conserve electricity and water, lower your energy bills, and reduce your carbon footprint.
No Bidding Wars
One of the biggest hurdles of buying a used home is actually getting your offer accepted. In highly competitive markets like Seattle, you never know if your offer is good enough and so many end up in bidding war. If you like a Blue Fern home, reach out to Olivia and we’ll get you taken care of - it’s that easy.It’s NEW!
It’s simple. When you buy new, you get NEW! New carpet, new paint, new appliances, new big-ticket systems (HVAC and water heater), new everything. This means you get the latest advances in construction methods and materials, energy efficiency, structural integrity, and overall home design.
While that translates to fewer repairs and less maintenance months to years after move-in, it also means you don’t have to deal with the normal wear and tear of a home that’s been previously lived in (or even the lack of maintenance that came before your ownership).