New Homes for Sale in Mclean
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Mclean New Homes for Sale
New Home ready in May / June 2023
New construction of spacious Camdyn model in highly desirable McLean, VA and Chesterbrook ES area.
The Camdyn model...
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Mclean New Construction Homes
Newly-built homes are believed to be more expensive by some buyers compared to existing homes. The resale value of new homes is generally higher than that of used homes, which can afford you peace of mind regarding your investment. In newly-built homes, floor plans appeal to today's buyers, so you'll find something that suits your lifestyle. Since all the systems, appliances, roof, and foundation are new, you're less likely to need to pay for major or minor repairs within the first few years of homeownership.
You may be able to design elements of your own home if you build a custom home, purchase a home from a builder who lets you select finishes, fixtures, and optional features, or choose a recently completed new home. Federal Trade Commission information reveals that builders typically offer a 1- or 2-year warranty for materials, craft, plumbing, and electrical systems. Many new homes feature smartphone-controlled locks, thermostats, and other features. Improved ventilation systems and lower-VOC paints are two healthier materials that builders often choose for better indoor air quality.