One of the most important decisions you’ll be making when you buy a home is whether you should purchase a new construction home or a pre-existing one. Certain key factors like cost, time, and resources will affect which option you select. New homes are, well, new, and that can bring a homeowner a number of advantages. On the other hand, pre-existing homes are more flexible properties.

Feel free to follow along in the video above, or you can use the timestamps provided below to navigate our conversation at your leisure:

00:42—What’s the difference between building a home and buying a pre-existing one?

04:20—Comparing the costs and expectations for each option

06:55—New construction home tips for those with a restrictive timeframe or limited funds

10:11—Wrapping up the discussion

If you have any more questions about the differences between buying new construction and pre-existing homes, don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I’d be glad to hear from you.