At Reed's Crossing, we understand that for some homebuyers, finding a new home is an essential activity that just can't wait. That's why, following CDC guidelines, we've developed a thoughtful plan to reopen our Welcome Center in a healthy and safe way that we believe is good for everyone.
When thinking about purchasing a home, having a crystal ball foretelling the future of the housing market would definitely be helpful – so we’ve done the next best thing. By gathering information from professional sources, we’ve compiled a list of housing predictions for you to keep an eye on in the coming year. Welcome to the roarin’ 20’s!
New home communities offer a host of benefits that are easy to point out; new home construction, more efficient floor plans, ease of maintenance, state-of-the-art features, but there are a few, not-so-obvious perks that, if you’re deciding whether a planned community is for you, may just tip the scales.
If home just isn’t where the heart is anymore, it may be time to move on. You might not like the cramped rooms, or the lack of light, or the view of your neighbor’s brick wall or maybe it’s something you can’t even put your finger on?
As rates move ever closer to 4 percent, homebuyers wanting to snag a lower interest rate on a new home are jumping into high gear. Low mortgage rates along with a strong labor market will help boost home sales over the next year and a half, Freddie Mac’s most recent economic forecast shows.
Buying a new home is likely one of the biggest financial decisions you’ll make and you’re sure to have a million questions. To help you along this journey we’ve compiled some of your most frequently asked questions about Reed’s Crossing.
We’re excited to announce the first home builders for Reed’s Crossing™. Builders are selected based on their reputations for excellent workmanship, customer service and their commitment to the vision of Reed’s Crossing.
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