Purchasing a new construction home is an exciting process as you watch your dream home come to life. Whether buying a newly built home or resale, it is important to understand the steps in the process. Many of the steps in purchasing a new construction home are similar to purchasing a resale, such as signing a contract and securing a loan. However, since the home is new, there are a few additional steps to not only finalize the sale, but also to make the home your own such as selecting options and meeting with the builder for walk-throughs during various stages of the building process.
If you are considering an elevator townhome, you may have questions such as what are the benefits of an in-home elevator and what type of maintenance is needed. In this brand new guide, we'll walk you through frequently asked questions and provide a Q&A with industry professionals. Plus, you can hear directly from EYA homeowners about why having an in-home elevator is important to them. Click here to view the guide.
When searching for a new home, many factors influence where and how you want to live—from location and price, to choosing the features that are important to you now, and in the future. One feature that can truly transform a home and elevate your lifestyle (pun intended!) is an in-home private elevator, offering added convenience, safety, and more years to enjoy your home. Watch the video below to hear EYA homeowners explain why an in-home elevator is important for them and learn more about the benefits this feature can offer.
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Whether you are a first-time homebuyer or a first-time new construction buyer, you may have a lot of questions about why buying a new townhome may be right for you. We've created a brand new Guide to Buying a New Construction Townhome to help answer these questions, as well as provide tips, helpful resources and more.
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Timing markets is notoriously difficult, and the real estate market is no different. There are always risks and opportunities to weigh, and waiting for the perfect time to buy or sell may not work out as planned. Just two years ago, for example, buyers in the Washington, DC area who had been waiting for the housing market to cool and thought the COVID-19 pandemic might slow things down, found themselves competing in the tightest bidding wars in decades as families sought more space for home schooling and remote work.
For those of us with a few more years under our belt, there comes a time when we start thinking about the next stage in life. Whether the kids are off to college or retirement is just around the corner, many of us shift focus to how we want to live – and where – during this exciting new chapter. Moving into a new home is often the first step, giving you the chance to start fresh in more ways than one.