When you’re in the market for a new home, you need to be patient. Realtors are always promoting the homes they have available but that doesn’t mean particular dwellings are going to be right for you. After all, most of the homes you will be looking homes that have been around awhile, meaning it was built for someone else in mind other than you.
While the home may be in fine shape and have no major defects it still make lack the comfort and convenience you’re looking for. If patience is something you don’t have much of, especially if you have to move quickly for a job, consider the benefits of quick delivery homes that combine custom home features with a fast turnaround so you can move in immediately and start enjoying your new home.
If the area you are moving to has a planned community or active adult community it’s worth it check out the availability of quick delivery homes. Also called spec homes and inventory homes, quick delivery homes are semi-custom homes that are still under construction and have the ability to be customized the way you want. Often planned communities will have a few lots that are not purchased yet or had a buyer back out meaning a home has already been started and just needs a new buyer to step in and add the finishing touches.
While the floor plan will already be in place and many of the rooms constructed, many quick delivery homes can still be customized with your choice of energy efficient appliances, walk-out basements and custom landscaping. With quick delivery homes you get a custom home that is either immediate-occupancy or move-in ready within 60 days that will allow you enough time to have changes made that match your specifications. Most floor plans are fairly typical so it’s not like you’re missing out on the feature that will make your home unique. Custom and semi-custom homes are full of design features that may be exactly what you’re looking for.
Quick delivery homes are ideal for people who want a high quality home with custom features but without having to wait a year for a new home to be built. Planned communities often have homes that are nearly finished but still lack a buyer and a quick tour may be all you need to fall in love with a new construction home. During this inspection you can see what custom features have been added and which features you would like to see incorporated into the final design so you get the home you’ve always wanted.