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Why Building Your New Home Makes A Lot Of Sense


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Right now, you’re thinking about moving home. You’ve outgrown your current property and need to find something more suitable. The natural reaction is to look at the property market and see what’s available. Can you find something that suits your needs better than your current home?


While the answer could be yes, there’s another avenue you could go down. Instead of buying a new home, why don’t you build one? It actually makes a lot more sense than you think, and here’s why: 


More affordable

It sounds unbelievable, but building a house from scratch will often be more affordable than going out and buying one. Why? Because you have complete and utter control over everything. You decide what materials to use, who to hire for the jobs - and you can even do some of the work yourself to save on labour costs. Plus, you have things like house and land packages that let you purchase land to build a brand new house on. Again, when compared to homes on the market, this can be more affordable - particularly when considering the size of the house you can build. 


Tailored for you

Buying a house is challenging because you’ve got many things to think about. How big does the home need to be? How many bedrooms are required? What type of kitchen do you want? The questions keep on coming and the reality of the situation is that you rarely find the perfect home. 


Usually, you will buy a house that’s as close to your ideal home as possible. Then, you spend more money fixing it up and renovating it to become your dream home. When you build a house, you literally build it specifically for your family. It will have all the features that you desperately need for it to be as suitable as can be!


A more long-lasting property

Sure, you could argue that going out and buying a newly built home will give the same benefits. However, so many new-build property developments are put up in record time, making you question how reliable they are. Indeed, there are countless reports of people having issues with new homes because they’re not built with the best materials, but rather the cheapest. 


If you’re in charge of building your home, you can build it to last. Use materials with excellent longevity to give you a property that is going to stand the test of time. It means you get to enjoy it for so much longer than you would if you bought a house. Especially if you bought an old property that might run into many issues within a few years!



With all things considered, building your new home makes so much sense. If you’re able to find the land to do this, then it is worth the effort. Likewise, consider knocking down your current home and rebuilding a new one in its place. You’ll have to check with your local council to see if planning permissions allow this. If they do - and you can stay with a relative for the time being - then this is a genius idea to get the home of your dreams.


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