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New Construction: Should you build in Clark County Washington?

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams

Desktop with scattered house plans, a calculator and a small stylized house model

    Should You Build in Clark County Washington?
 


There are really three questions here-

  1. Should I be considering new construction at all? 
  2. If so, do I want to have something custom-built or do I want to buy a "spec" helps?
  3. Why would I buy or build in Clark County vs someplace else?

New vs. Existing: There are many for whom newness does not matter; all they are looking for is a comfortable place to live for themselves and their family  regardless of its age.  There are others who will end up buying a new or recently-built home because it's the best way for them to get the amenities they require.  Finally, they are are the buyers who have the same feeling that many automobile buyers have: "I want one that nobody else has owned or used."  Most of these buyers will end up looking at either building or buying something that's relatively new.

On the other hand, there are buyers who have some friend or relative who had "a bad experience building."  To them, new construction is to be avoided if at all possible.  Some people are put off by the expenses of new construction, especially if they are inclined to upgrade all the components of the home as it's being built.

For the complete report, please go to my website report "New Construction: Should You Take a Second Look at Clark County Washington?"

 

Todd Clark - Retired
eXp Realty LLC - Tigard, OR
Principle Broker Oregon

Great advice it is very important to look at aspects of what you are looking for vs cost before you buy new or used. It is all about what you are looking for, sometimes you can save money, while other times it can cost you.

Todd Clark, Helping Families Home - www.IFoundYourNewHome.com

Nov 05, 2008 04:47 PM