Posts Tagged ‘new home’

4 Reasons to Buy a New Home 

Thursday, July 16th, 2015

Older and pre-owned houses can be charming, but investing in a new house truly allows you to create a home.

In today’s economy, most homebuyers are not in the market for a “fixer upper”. We all have such busy lives, and we need a house to be move-in ready. Let’s take a look at the many benefits of purchasing a new home.


When you build it yourself, your house truly becomes a home.


Two Great Benefits of Buying a New Home

Friday, May 15th, 2015

We’ve talked a lot in our blog about the benefits of buying a new home. From energy efficiency benefits, to a brand new warranty, to getting the design and features you want, there are lots of benefits of buying a new home that come up pretty frequently in these kinds of discussions.

At the same time, there are plenty of benefits of buying a new home that aren’t brought up as frequently, but are just as important to factor into your decision-making process. That’s why in this week’s blog, we’re going to discuss some of the less talked about benefits of buying a new home.


Ah, that new home smell.


Building a New Home vs. Buying an Old One: Why Newer is Better

Thursday, October 9th, 2014

So you’re thinking about moving, but so many questions and decisions have suddenly come up. How many bedrooms will the new house have? Will you need to make renovations or will the house be move-in ready? Where can you conveniently find a home with all of the amenities that you want? Many of these potential questions can be easily solved with one answer: build your new new home

There are so many advantages to building a new home rather than buying an older home with previous owners. You may like the charm of an old home, but a lot of older homes require a lot of maintenance before being able to move in. One house might have the big, walk-in closet you’ve always wanted, but the other house has the open kitchen and living area. To solve these problems, why not design and build your dream home with both? Check out these reasons why newer is better:

  • Choose the floor plan, the amount of bedrooms you want, the light fixtures, the flooring, the tile in the bathroom, and the siding on the house. By building your own home, you can make your dream home a reality. Not all families are the same. Create the perfect and most accessible place for your family.
  • Do your part for the environment just by living in your house! Make your home energy efficient by choosing green products, and installing energy-saving appliances.
  • When building a new home, you won’t have to worry about mold, mildew, replacing the roof, or any other additional maintenance that an older home might need. After building your home, you most likely won’t have to worry about any major maintenance for 15 to 20 years.

The way you live today is very different than the way people used to live 40 years ago, so why live in a house that’s 40 years old? Start building your dream home today. If you have more questions about custom home design, or want to know more about why building a new home is better than buying an old one, call your Maryland home builder at (410) 549-4444.

About the Lifetime Series Homes by Mueller Homes

The Lifetime Series Homes by Mueller Homes are a series of semi-custom house designs that were created with the intention of providing home buyers with a new option when it comes to shopping for a home. The Lifetimes series includes 14 home templates including, 2 story, first floor master, and ranchers that are pre-designed and ready to build. Because they are ready to build, clients save significant time and money that would have gone into designing a custom home, yet with the Lifetime Series by Muller Homes, clients still get the build quality, attention to detail, and communication that comes with working with a custom home builder. We serve the central Maryland area, and also provide assistance with lot acquisition, evaluation, and home buying finance. Keep up with us on our blog as well as on FacebookTwitterGoogle+Pinterest and YouTube.