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New Windsor Home Completed – Nephi

New Windsor Home Completed – Nephi

We have just completed a new Windsor home in the Nephi, Utah area.  This home is our Windsor home, 1380 sq ft on the main on a complete finished basement.

Front Elevations for the Windsor Model


Kitchen Image

Eating Nook in the Windsor Home

 

Front Bedroom for the Windsor Home

 

Main Bathroom Image

 

Master Bedroom – Windsor Home

 

Master Bath – Mirror and Vanity

 

Windsor Downstairs Family Room

 

Downstairs  – Fun Windows placed for kid play

 

Stairs to the Upstairs

 

Benefits Of A New Home In Utah

Benefits of a New Home

A common misconception among homebuyers is the idea that the best home values in today’s market are foreclosures. While there are some good deals on homes in foreclosure, for most buyers, buying a new home is actually the better value.

Robert Burton, vice president of sales and marketing at The Hofmann Company, a renowned homebuilder that has built over 30,000 homes throughout northern California since 1959, shared his insights on the market and explained the advantages of buying a new home over a property in foreclosure.

What makes buying a new home a better value?

For starters, when you purchase a new home you are protected by a warranty. As Burton points out, “If anything goes wrong, the home is covered by the builder’s one-year limited warranty on workmanship and materials, as well as a ten-year structural warranty.” You have peace of mind knowing there won’t be any unanticipated out-of-pocket repair costs to absorb.

Another benefit of buying a new home is the special incentive programs many builders currently offer to assist buyers. Some of these incentives, such as below market financing or help with closing costs, can save you thousands of dollars and make it easier for you to qualify for your home purchase.

If you’re after a quick response to your offer, a new home is a smart way to go. In most cases, you’re dealing directly with the builder, which ensures a prompt reply. “As long as the home is ready for occupancy, you can also count on closing escrow in a timely manner,” Burton notes.

Of course, the ultimate benefit of buying new is having the opportunity to purchase your dream home. You are the first owner and everything is pristine, sparkling, and brand new. In many cases you’ll be able to customize the home, selecting items like cabinetry, countertops, and flooring. Rather than making due with someone else’s choices, you have the advantage of living in a home and a neighborhood that truly reflects your taste, lifestyle and personality.[1]

 

Priority Homes can meet your unique needs at fair and honest prices.



[1] http://www.newhomesmag.com/news/buying_new_versus_foreclosure.php

Buy New home In Utah

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Why Buy A New Home – Rather Than A Used One? Utah Homebuilders

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Why Buy A New Home – Rather Than A Used One? Utah Home builders

This question is often asked of us.  Our answer is very simple.  The cost structure of a new home is now very similar to a used one.  You can purchase a new home, never been lived in, for a very close price cost as a used one.

With this being said, a used home does not come with a 1 year warranty, unless you buy one.  All of the appliances, mechanical and electrical are used.  After about 7 years homes begin require more maintenance; e.g. new water heaters, furnace parts and such.   When you buy a new home, there are no such worries, all of the items are new and good to go.

Another plus in buying a new home is you have choice.  You can choose the color of paint, or the choice of carpet.  You may even be able to choose the exterior colors if you get involved sooner in the process.

Priority Homes gives you new, choice and a great price.  Call today to meet with us and review our locations and houseplans.  You will be glad you did.

Call (435) 623-2382.

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Utah Homebuilders Process

Utah Homebuilders Process

1)      First Step is to choose a Houseplan

  1. Determine Square Footage
  2. Understand the standards of the home and what comes with each Priority House.
  3. Agree to any extras or upgrades
  4. Finalize price on home
  5. Sign Contracts

 

2)      Second step – Financing

  1. Provide approval letter or begin approval process for long term loan
  2. Provide statement on company letterhead to Priority Homes

 

3)      Priority Homes Gets Appraisal

  1. In-house we get house appraised and funding for construction loan through Our Bank
  2. With Priority Homes building the home – client save $5000 on loans and interest

 

4)      Construction Begins

  1. Construction Begins and House is started

 

5)      Choices are Made to the Home

  1. Exterior Choices
  2. Appliances
  3. Colors
  4. Lighting
  5. Paint
  6. Cabinets

 

6)      100-110 Days Building is complete

  1. From the time the hole is dug, 100-110 days the building is completed.

 

7)      Closing on Home

  1. Receive occupancy permit from City
  2. Get final cleaning completed
  3. Clients complete walk through
  4. Financial company closes long-term loan
  5. Home funds
  6. House is occupied

 

Utah Homebuilders Process

 

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A Utah Home builder – Why Priority Homes?

A Utah Home builder – Why Priority Homes?

Utah Home builder

With so many choices to find a Utah home builder, we appreciate the opportunity to provide you an affordable, quality home.  We pride ourselves in not only our workmanship, but the ease of the building process, allowing you to get exactly what you need.

Priority Homes have been building homes for over 15 years and have been in the construction building industry for over 40 years.  We understand the materials, engineering and process of completing a quality home for you and your family.

After all, that is what we do. We provide affordable, quality homes for you and your family, the Priority Way!

A Utah Home builder – Why Priority Homes?

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