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Ease Into Homeownership with Less Responsibilities and Less Maintenance

Townhomes are perfect for the first-time homebuyer!

Most first-time home buyers have spent time renting month after month paying someone else so they can occupy a unit, missing out on the opportunity to invest in themselves and build equity. Although the flexibility of renting sounds ideal to those on the go there are many disadvantages.

Purchasing a new construction townhome can carry some of the same benefits as renting when it comes to flexibility.

Buying a new home comes with all new items - new appliances, new furnace, new air conditioner, new plumbing fixtures, new sprinkler systems, new windows, new everything! This takes the guesswork out of “does it need to be replaced?”, “how long do these last?”, “who installed this?”, “where did this come from?”... You get the point! Not to mention, your home is covered under a 1 year warranty. The home will settle and dry out for the first year, so it is common to find sheetrock cracks, nail hole pops, and other items like this that get repaired.

While we’re talking about convenience, did we mention there was an HOA with our townhomes? No need to be bogged down by a big lifestyle change of becoming a homeowner! The HOA will take care of lawn care, snow removal, and trash pickup. So, if you're heading on vacation and you see snow in the forecast, it's nice to know that it will get taken care of while you're away!

Ready to start looking into townhomes? Our spacious and unique townhomes average 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 2 car garages, and 1600 sq ft! We have over 15 different townhome plans so we're sure to have something that checks the boxes on your list. We are always available to discuss current listings and things that may be coming in the future!

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Whether you're a first-time buyer or looking to upgrade your space, we're here to help you explore your options!


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