Homeowners who have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to upgrade their home may have to make some tough choices as they consider whether to spend more.
As a result, we’ve taken the liberty of answering the following questions for those who are considering buying a new home.
If you have a question about a particular model or house, feel free to leave a comment.
If you don’t want to answer these questions directly, we’ll be replying in a future article.
What are the problems with your home?
Homeowners should consider the following:If the home is already built, don’t buy a new one if it’s under constructionYou can save $3,000 on a new house by buying an older model if you want the comfort of a modern, state-of-the-art home, but if you are looking for something that can take a beating, it’s worth considering a more affordable modelIf you’re looking to buy a house that is going to last, consider a smaller houseThe newer models have better insulation and better ventilation, but you won’t have the best views of the surrounding landscapeIf you can afford to spend $1,000,000 to upgrade your home, you can buy a nicer home for lessYou can get a smaller home for $400,000 by buying a newer model, but the cost of a new model might not be worth it if you can’t afford to upgrade to a nicer one