Buying Highlands NC Real Estate, Choice of New or Existing

Buying Highlands NC Real Estate, Choice of New or Existing


buying Highlands NC real estate

Lynn Kimball, answering all of your Highlands NC real estate questions

Buying Highlands NC real estate often involves the choice between new and existing homes. Both have positives and the biggest difference is brand new versus aged or remodeled. Additionally, the choice can come down to whether someone wants a move-in ready home or one that requires a little work. An experienced Highlands NC REALTOR can help buyers evaluate their needs and which properties best suit these needs.

New home

A new home typically means no work is needed. Additionally, a new home is move-in ready, minus furniture, unless staged, which holds great appeal. Many buyers like the idea of a home that no one has ever lived in. After all, a new home is as clean as it gets! Furthermore, a new home can help a buyer avoid the stress of building while getting the finished product.

Existing home

An existing Highlands NC home for sale can be ideal for a few reasons. Many older homes are known for more solid construction which can hold appeal over newer construction. Likewise, a traditional layout can hold appeal over the more open floor plans associated with new construction. Additionally, many older homes have been updated creating a marriage of tradition and modernization. Of course, an older home can also offer an opportunity for anyone looking for a fixer-upper.

Learn more about buying Highlands NC real estate

Contact me, Lynn Kimball, today to learn more about buying real estate in Highlands NC. I welcome the opportunity to update you on the market while getting you acquainted with current property listings. Let my knowledge and experience serve as your guide to buying Highlands NC real estate.

Click here to read “New vs. Existing Homes: Which Should You Buy?” from Realty Times.

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