WHEN it comes to moving home or buying a first house - many buyers are faced with the dilemma of old versus new.
With around 1.5 million new homes being built in the UK every year, the choice of whether or not to buy new is enormous, leaving homeowners with a serious debate over which will give the best value for money - a new, or second hand property.
While older homes traditionally have larger rooms, re-decorating, installing a new bathroom or kitchen and laying new carpets are just some of the DIY jobs many of us have planned when we move into a ‘used’ home.
However, buying a new house can not only cut down the cost but also put buyers in the driving seat when it comes to those finishing touches.
And with a New Year now here, there has never been a better time to buy new and reap the many benefits.
Linden Homes sales director Chris Roads said: “In today’s market place, with so many incentives available, the argument for buying new as opposed to old has never been greater. There are massive benefits to ease the financial burden and stresses related to moving home.”
And to celebrate the arrival of 2013 here are Linden Homes’ 13 good reasons to buy a brand new dream home:
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buying brand new. Pictured is a typical Linden Homes street
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17 January 2013
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