Three Benefits to Buying a New Home in Buckeye

If you’re like most people, low interest rates and a strong economy have you thinking about buying a home. But many of us struggle with the question of how to make the wisest investment when it comes to real estate. Is it safer to look for an older home in an established community, or is new construction the way to go?

While there are pros and cons to both sides, here are three benefits to buying new home construction that are worth considering as you weigh your options.

  1. New = More Efficient. No matter where you live, energy bills are a big concern. The easiest and most effective way to keep your energy bills down is to buy a newly built home. All-new heating and cooling systems help ensure that you’re getting the most recent, eco-friendly technology that will last for years. And new appliances are made to run more efficiently, too.
  2. Designed for You. Our lifestyles today are different than they were 20, 40, or 60 years ago. New home construction comes with layouts that were designed with you in mind. Open floorplans make the most of spacious living spaces, and many builders have options for customizing your home with offices, additional bedrooms, or finished basements that leave room for growth.
  3. Built-in Community. One of the more intangible benefits of buying new construction in a planned community is that you are joining a group of people who bought for similar reasons, and therefore have similar values and interests. Your kids will go to the same schools and you’ll see each other at the swim club and local parks. Being part of the new community at Sienna Hills brings instant solidarity and camaraderie, no strings attached. What’s more, the long-term value of your home is protected when you buy in a master planned, covenant-controlled community.


The best way to find out if new home construction is the right choice for you is to come take a look! Tour the Sienna Hills community today and check out model homes by Richmond American Homes and Beazer Homes. Stop by the Swim Club and talk to current residents. Find out firsthand what it’s like to live in a well-planned community in a fantastic location.