Newly built homes are more attractive, organized and efficient. They have a certain un-lived-in quality that may be worth the extra price tag. The walls, floors, windows and doors, the roof, the wiring, the plumbing, and all the fixtures are new, unused, clean, and presumably in good working order and condition. Plus, new homes generally come packaged in new neighborhoods, with new streets and new water lines, and all the other new infrastructure that comes with their new price tag. Plus, depending on your builder, you may be able to have a say in some or all of the architectural details of your new home. Unfortunately, new homes are made of brand new materials, and in many cases, that can mean off-gassing may be an issue. For more information on building your new home, visit us today, which provides free, step-by-step guides on the entire home building process – from deciding if you should build to the timelines involved, we’ve got you covered.