Why house buyers love new home developments
How do you know if buying in a new home development is right for you? That question is made much simpler once you understand the benefits of purchasing a new home.
New home developments offer many bonuses for house buyers, from the simplicity of the buying process to the opportunity to make your new home entirely your own.
Straightforward purchase system
Buying a home in a new home development tends to be a simpler process than buying an older property. You no longer have to worry about the stresses of negotiating or being out-bid - simply reserve your home, pay a small reservation fee and then pay a fixed price for your home.
This takes a lot of hassle out of the buying process, as well as making the transaction a lot easier than if you had been buying an older home. It also prevents the risk of paying more than you had bargained for when you enter into an ‘offers over bidding system’.
New home developments are planned with modern living in mind and follow current trends in design – spacious, well-thought out layouts make new homes comfortable places for families and couples alike.
These flexible living spaces are a world away from the restrictive layouts you sometimes find in older builds and are much more efficient to run, leading to savings on your energy bills throughout the year.
The beauty of buying in new home developments is that you can make your new home as individual as you are. Create the home of your dreams by being involved in the internal choice process from the start, not by righting what the previous owners got wrong.
Campion home buyers also benefit from our Choices Suite, where you can choose from a vast range of no added cost options alongside an extensive choices of upgrades and extras to make your home that little bit more unique.
Peace of mind
You also benefit from added peace of mind when buying new. The NHBC 10-year Buildmark scheme covers the structural integrity of your new home.
These warranties can help you rest easy knowing that your new home is covered. In addition, the appliances in your new home usually come with standard manufacturer’s guarantees and warranties.