There are many benefits to buying new property; from being able to make personalized choices, to have a fabulous, unused space and features that you can settle into with the knowledge that maintenance and home repairs will not be part of an ongoing budget.
New homes in Edmonton are up to date with the latest building codes, practices and standards, and usually, incorporate energy-efficient appliances. Many developments in Edmonton are still growing, while some are well established with pockets of new builds in surrounding subdivisions.
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Edmonton New Home FAQs
▸ What Are the Pros of Buying a New Construction Home?
As mentioned above, the advantages to buying a new construction home or condo in Edmonton are plentiful. Being able to choose your own finishes and customize the living space for your individual needs is probably the biggest benefit. But it’s also nice knowing you're the first to live in a space and that costly repairs likely won’t be a part of your budget anytime soon.
▸ What Are the Cons of Buying a New Construction Home?
Of course with all the benefits new construction homes provide also comes the downside of having to pay a premium when buying something that's newly built. Yes, new construction homes tend to be more expensive, and it’s also important to keep in mind that there’s usually less room for negotiation as well.
▸ Do New Construction Homes Come with a Warranty?
Most home builders do offer a warranty that includes limited coverage on workmanship and materials such as windows, heating and cooling systems, ventilation, plumbing, electrical systems, and sometimes even kitchen and bathroom features. But specific details typically vary from home builder to home builder, so it’s always best to see what’s included before signing on the dotted line.
▸ Should I use a Realtor When Buying a New Construction Home?
The simple answer—YES! First, having your own representation as a home buyer won’t cost you anything, so what’s really the downside? In addition, home builders are much like home sellers in that they’re trying to maximize profit without always having your best interest in mind, so having someone on your side almost always feels less intimidating and easily allows you to ask questions and have someone along the way to help guide you through the process.
Discover The Designs Of New Edmonton Homes
There's a wide array of new Edmonton homes to explore in and around the city, from two-storey custom-built estates with expansive square footage, gold-leaf backsplash and black granite, to cozy modern river-view homes that offer elegant open concept spaces with oversized living rooms perfect for entertaining.
Special attention to detail is characteristic of Edmonton's new construction and you'll uncover amenities such as heated driveways and garages to help melt the snow away, jacuzzi baths, wine cellars, double-sided stone fireplaces and more.
Looking for more well-established areas? Take a look at the new home listings for sale in Edmonton's most desirable mature neighbourhoods.
New Homes In Edmonton & Community Features
There are plenty of developments here that don't just offer completed houses for sale, but also give buyers a chance to add their personal touch to designs during the build process so you can have a say in your finished dream home! The best part about new homes in Edmonton is they are almost always well located.
From Hawk's Ridge to new townhouse developments like Topaz there's plenty of nearby amenities with great schools, neighbourhood associations, programs, centres, and more to keep these communities close-knit, friendly and safe for growing families.