New Construction

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Finding the right home in the Bay Area can be a challenge. Supply is low, and demand is high in the Silicon Valley housing market. It can make purchasing a home difficult, but the answer may be in the brand new construction. Whether you choose a house that was just finished or a home that is still being built, there are definite benefits to new construction.

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One of the most obvious benefits of a new construction home is that no one has touched it yet. There’s no concern about outdated electricity or a patched hole in the wall. Every inch will be shiny and pristine, ready for you to add your own personal touch to it. While you still want and need an inspection, you can rest assured that it’s unlikely any major issues will arise.

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If the house is still undergoing construction, a new home also means you have the chance to customize it from the start rather than renovating later. Upgrade the laminate or marble countertops to stunning quartz if you want, or add that deluxe spa shower to the bathroom. The possibilities are endless — you can even add extra plugs to the room that you’ve claimed as your media center.

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The benefits of buying new  construction means the newest materials and technology as well, and that translates into energy efficiency. A new home is likely to be better insulated, have double-paned windows, and have an up-to-date HVAC system, so your monthly utility bills are likely to be a bit lower. You can stretch this even further with appliances designed to be energy-efficient and even solar panels.

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Since everything in the house is new, you can also expect to avoid any maintenance costs for several years. There is no need to replace the roof, update the plumbing, or have the house rewired — it’s already done, and you can just focus on living the lifestyle you dream of.

New homes have benefits for landscaping as well — complete freedom. No one has planted a particularly invasive plant in the front garden, like mint, which never seems to go away. There is no dead dirt that can’t support your prize rose bushes, and you’re not obligated to have boring box bushes because the roots run too deep. Instead, you can craft the perfect outdoor oasis that you’ve always pictured.

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Contact the team at Spencer Hsu Real Estate to learn more about purchasing new construction in the Bay Area and the current neighborhoods being built. We would love to guide you through the process and see you find joy in your new home!

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