“Forever Homes” Not Forever Anymore

May 17, 2017 Seth Welborn

Fifty-six percent of homebuyers deem that “forever homes” are outdated. With changing lifestyles and shorter tenure in homes, buyers are looking to new home construction rather than a resale in order to get the exact floor plan they want. Higher interest rates are not a turn off for the present-day buyer who prefers convenience to price.

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