Model homes are designed to perfection to give potential buyers the urge to seal the deal. Although these homes are built and designed to appeal to you, there are some pros and cons to consider before you buy so that you don’t have any regrets later.
The great thing about buying a model home is that they are move-in ready. You don’t need to worry about hauling furniture from your old place to the new one. This saves so much time during the moving process and there is no need to buy new furniture for the home, it’s all already there!
Fewer House Repairs
Building a home from scratch comes with needing possible repairs or any unseen issues that need to be taken care of during or after the building is completed. Model homes most likely have been double-checked and have been build longer which benefits the buyer to not have to deal with any repair issues after buying their new home.
Usually, model homes are located at the front entrance or in the middle of the community. This isn’t ideal because it results in having less privacy and a lot more activity up and down the road. If you are sensitive to noise or want more privacy, talk to your builder to address this early on.
Model homes are walked through a lot during the day and you want to make sure you negotiate a good price before buying it. Even though the space you want to buy is fully furnished and designed to look perfect, it is crucial to weigh the pros and cons of moving into a model home and to feel settled about the price you are paying for what you get.
Still undecided? Here are a few more pros and cons to learn from. Whether you are leaning towards buying a model home or are now considering building a brand new home, Perry Homes here in Southern Utah has built quality homes for the past 40 years with amazing designs and are here to meet all of your needs. Discover our process to see if this is the route you would like to take!