Why Can’t You Price a New Home Online?
For most people, figuring out the final cost of their new home causes some anxiety. After all, there are so many variables that go into that price: finishes, additional square footage, customizations, etc.
With all those factors to consider, it’s likely to take more than a single afternoon to plan your dream house. You’ll want to thoughtfully consider your options and determine where your budget is best spent.
So we thought, why not offer buyers the ability to price their home online, before they meet with us? That way, they can take the time to think about the options they want and come in with a really good idea of how much their dream house will cost.
Price your future home here.
Prioritize Your Features
There are a seemingly endless number of ways you can upgrade and customize your new home, so we recommend prioritizing the features you want in your home so your budget goes to the places you want first. We always recommend upgrading structural things first, because those things can cost more and create more logistical challenges later on. Once you’ve chosen those, you can continue to prioritize some of the aesthetic features in your house. Here are a few features to consider:
Upgrades to your outdoor space
Luxury flooring materials
Don’t forget to factor the standard features the builder includes in your home. Different builders include different things in the base price of their house so make sure to investigate beyond the base price of your home.
Choose a Builder That Can Build a Home You’ll Love
Every builder offers different customization options, different levels of flexibility and different floorplans, so choose a builder that has the options that are important to you.
At Aurora Homes, we believe our clients deserve a great home — not just a house — with a great design, at a great value. When we meet, we’ll talk about you and how your house should fit how you live.
Want to learn more? Price your future home online right now or reach out! We’d love to chat about your future home in southern Delaware.