The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the entire world to spend more time at home than would normally be the case.
Many homeowners after a couple of weeks in their houses began to ask questions like, “Why didn’t I buy a home with a yard so that the kids don’t have to be inside all day?” or, “Wouldn’t I be able to work more effectively from home if I had an actual office space at home?”
With the growing population of Auburn, AL and the effects of the pandemic on home buying many are looking for new homes.
If you are one of these people, here are a couple of questions to ask when looking for a new home in Auburn, AL:
How Is the Home Constructed?
New home construction builds can often look beautiful on the exterior, however, when you scratch beneath the surface the true quality of the home is revealed. Before buying a home you need to be assured that the quality of the home is top notch.
When looking at new construction homes in Auburn, be sure to ask your realtor the important construction questions:
What type of HVAC system and insulation is installed and is it energy-efficient?
Are the shingles and windows storm proof?
If the home has a basement or crawl space, what type of sealant or crawl space barrier did the builders use?
What type of wood was used for the home construction?
What wood stained is used and how long will that stain be effective?
”We integrate many of the technological “moving” parts of your home so that you can more easily control them.
Does This Home Have Amenities That My Family Is Looking For?
Each Hughston Home build comes standard with smart home technologies. We integrate many of the technological “moving” parts of your home so that you can more easily control them.
We have a variety of floorplans to choose from. Each of our plans are expertly crafted to foster a welcoming atmosphere for family and friends that come into your home.
Many of our homes have spacious yards in which your family can have endless play, barbeques, birthday parties, and more.
Is the Home Located in a Good Area?
Your family’s well-being is your top concern, so having a home in a good neighborhood is one of the most important factors for homebuyers. Auburn is known for its safety and the quality of life of its citizens.
Does the neighborhood that you are looking to buy a new construction home have access to good schools for your children?
What are the local property taxes and are there any HOA dues?
How much time does it take for emergency responders to arrive to the neighborhood after being dispatched?
Is there a history of crime in or around the neighborhood?
Hughston Homes’ new construction neighborhoods in Auburn, AL are located in two great locations.
Wimberly Station is located just off Highway 14 going toward Loachapoka. This neighborhood enjoys quick access to downtown Auburn, while not having to deal with the hustle and bustle of city life.
Our East Richland subdivision is found on Richland Road at the Northwest corner of Auburn. The elegant homes in this neighborhood get the best of both neighborhood life and country scenery surrounding it.