4 REASONS TO BUY A MOVE-IN READY HOME

Posted by Rick Delgado on Wednesday, January 29th, 2020 at 6:24pm.

 

Buying a home is already a tedious and extensive process. Having to fill out paperwork, the expenses, and the stress of the actual move-in day can make the experience all that dreadful. Buying a move-in ready home provides tons of benefits. A move-in ready home is a home that is completed or nearly reaching completion. Such a home is ready for an immediate sale.

 

Here is a list of 4 reasons to buy a move-in ready home: 

1.) Enjoy the Upgrades

Buying a move-in ready home allows you to indulge in lavish upgrades for half the work. Instead of shopping around and spending time and money trying to figure out the perfect style, a move-in ready home comes already finished. Move-in ready homes have higher end fixtures and attractive amenities that is perfect for a fresh start at a new home. 

2.) Indulge in a Home Now

Buying a home is a time consuming process that requires a lot of patience. Not to mention the additional time it will take to transfer your belongings from one home to another. A move-in ready home allows you to enjoy it right away! No need to wait and figure out trying to style up your home, it's already done!

3.) Make Money 

One of my favorite parts about buying a move-in ready home comes from making money. You can de-clutter old furniture and collectables and save on storage and moving in costs. Spend some time sorting through your garage, putting your old furniture up for sale, or hosting a yard sale. 

4.) Opportunity to Custom Design a Home

If the construction on a new home is nearly done, the seller may have you choose some of the final details for the home based on your liking. Afraid the home won't be your style? This option allows you to give your input and create your perfect home right at the end of the process. 

 

 

 

 

 

Rick Delgado

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