3 New Home Myths. Are they True?

by | Sep 11, 2013 | Ask CMS Homes | 0 comments

Are these 3 New Home Builder Myths True? Not at CMS Homes!

Myth 1 Builder don’t allow changes to their plans.

Truth – CMS Homes prides itself in “being light on its feet”. We will make every effort to personalize your new home exactly the way you want. The MEGA builders can’t or won’t make changes because they are home building factories. A smaller builder can craft a home to fit you perfectly.

Myth 2 – New Homes don’t have as much space as older homes.

Truth – Don’t just compare total square feet in a home. Compare the size of the areas that mean the most to you. Walk In Closets, Large Master Bedrooms, Large Master Bathroom, Kitchen Islands, tall walls, these are all features that make a home LIVE big.

Myth 3 – New Homes are more expensive than used homes.

Truth – Fewer Repairs, Home Warranty and Energy efficiency are just a few reasons that New Homes are less expensive than used homes in the long run. Besides the fact that you really don’t know how well a used home as been taken care of in most cases to get that home the way you want you have to do some renovations and repairs. Your new home comes the way YOU want it and you are the 1st person to ever live there.

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