Why Buy New?

Saratoga Homes makes your decision to buy a new home very simple. Unlike renting or buying used, Saratoga Homes come with lasting quality, brand-new construction, contemporary features, built-in amenities, and room to grow. But most importantly, it’s all yours.

Owning a New Home

  • Tax benefits
  • Room to grow
  • Great for kids and pets
  • Make your house your own
  • Great communities to choose from
  • Increased storage space
  • Your own backyard
  • Accomplishing the American Dream
vs.

Renting

  • NO Tax benefits
  • NO Room to grow
  • NO Investment value
  • Pets not always allowed
  • Stuck with landlords choices
  • Limited apartment availability
  • Little to no storage space
  • Not often your own backyard

BUYING NEW
vs. Resale

Buying New:

  • You choose your floor plan
  • New home, new everything
  • Make modifications to suit your needs and wants
  • You deserve a fresh start!

Buying Resale:

  • Outdated, non-efficient floor plans
  • Inherited problems may exist
  • Outdated interior and exterior designs

Frequently Asked Questions

Typically, you can visit your local bank or credit union. Luckily for you, Saratoga Homes owns it’s very own mortgage lender; therefore, we’re saving you a trip to the bank and we’re likely able to provide incentives that can’t be beat! Visit your local Saratoga Homes model home and take our 5 minute New Home Buyer Power Analysis.

Credit cards, Student loans, Car payment, Alimony, Child support, etc.

Earnest money, which is the deposit to secure the house and take it off of the market. It will be credited back to you at closing.

On Closing day, which is also the day you get the keys to your brand new Saratoga home!

The amount is determined on the sales price of the home as well as the type of loan used to finance your home.

Closing costs are the fees associated with the closing of your brand new Saratoga home! These are a variety of fees from the attorney, title, taxes, lender costs, etc. – it’s important to note that these fees are in addition to the down payment that’s also due on closing day.

The bank sends an appraiser to determine the value of the home.

Turnkey homes are homes that include items such as alarms, ceiling fans, blinds, and landscaping; thus, saving you a trip to Home Depot!

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