Building a home involves lots and lots of decisions about major and minor details. Details that you don’t have to decide when you buy an existing home. The Washington Post has great tips if you are thinking about building:
Buying a new home is exciting — an opportunity to express your design aesthetic and your lifestyle priorities. You want to make sure the finished product you buy is everything you envision a new home will be.
When you buy an existing home, all the infrastructure is already there. But buying a new home can be a bit overwhelming. In a new home, you have to choose the aesthetics and infrastructure.
You’ll be making dozens of decisions — from paint colors to flooring selections to kitchen cabinet hinges — so it’s important to consider where you should spend and where you can save.
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