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When you’re in the market for a brand new home but don’t have the time to invest in the entire building process, a Quick Move In home is just what you need! There are many benefits a quick move in home offers home buyers. If you’re looking for a new home, consider how a quick move in home may be right for you!

The Name Says it All

One of the best benefits of buying a new quick move in home is the relatively short amount of time between closing and being able to move into your new home! Since it’s a new construction, there aren’t previous owners who need to move out and find a new home of their own. It has also been built completely new for you, so there are no hidden damages or aged structures and appliances to worry about. Custom building a new home can take anywhere from five to seven months or more to complete, and it requires a lot more effort and personal time to make decisions and design too. Building a custom home can be exciting if you love making those kinds of decisions, but they can also be stressful if you don’t have the time or energy to put into the design process.

Less Stress

Quick move in homes don’t demand all of your spare time and energy to be devoted to choosing floor plans, paint colors, counter-tops, light fixtures, and all of the other tiny details involved in customizing a new construction home. With a quick move in home, our experienced professionals design and build every detail of your new home, so you don’t have to– giving you a more convenient and relaxed home buying experience.

Great Location

Another benefit of buying a quick move in home is the ideal location! New construction homes are frequently built in desirable communities. New construction communities are commonly located near great school districts, have access to community recreational facilities, and so much more. You’ll have the opportunity to tour your home before purchasing it and also inspect the community. Location is a very important factor in the home buying process. Take time to consider both the features of the home that you like and how you feel about the community!


Newly built quick move in homes are typically more affordable and a better investment than resale homes. Resale homes can have many problems a home buyer is aware of and also many that are unforeseen. It’s a financial risk. However, quick move in homes commonly have unfinished basements which you can finish on your own timeline. It also makes the house more affordable when you purchase it, and it could increase the value of your home later if you decide to finish the basement and resell your house in the future.