Environmentally conscious, energy-efficient, sustainable homes built in 2023 can be within reach
FAIRFAX, VA, May 16, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — As home prices soar and natural resources deplete, construction companies build sustainable single-family homes and townhouses at a $350,000 base price or less. Here’s where:
Mills at Long Creek in Dallas, NC, is a northwest suburb of Charlotte. Move-in-ready homes have four bedrooms, 2.5 baths, a two-car garage, and 1927 sqft:
1339 Mifflin Lane
1603 Blue Velvet Lane
1754 Bright Hope Lane
Elm Creek’s homes are available in fast-growing Eglin, TX- about 25 miles NE of Austin:
17712 Somerville Court
This two-level home has a main-level primary suite, three upstairs bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and a two-car garage. The earliest move-in is in July.
13732 Menard Way
Ready by June, this home has four bedrooms, two baths, and single-level living. There’s a community pool, playgrounds, and trails.
Litchfield Park, AZ
Allen Ranches, Seasons at Anderson, and Hurley Ranch are new communities in Litchfield Park and elsewhere in Arizona. Model homes are open. Model homes typically showcase upgraded finishes, tempting buyers to spend above the base price – and budget. When viewing model homes, ask which features are standard and which are upgrades. Financial discipline will keep you on track.
2432 Paravane Way
Wesley Chapel, FL
Townhomes at River Landing have three bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and a garage. There are currently five move-in-ready units and more to be built.
1234 Charlotte Street
Gaver Meadows is “the lowest priced single-family new home construction in Washington County, MD,” according to the builder. This Dogwood model has 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, a 1-car garage with extra bicycle storage, and an unfinished basement flex space.
With proper planning, you can own a budget-smart new home. Ask questions, get informed, get prequalified, understand the cost of your loan and all buyer closing costs, and know what is and isn’t included in the base price of new construction homes before you sign.
About the author: Judy McCloskey, a licensed Realtor, researches and writes from Virginia. Her interests include politics and power, women and families, systemic conflicts and resolutions, real estate, history, art, marine life, and more.
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