Thinking of visiting one of our model homes?
Whether you are in the market for a new home, looking to have one custom-built or looking into upgrading your current home, exploring a model home provides invaluable insight.
We have compiled our top 5 things you can learn from touring a model home below.
Floor Plan Inspiration
A model home allows you to ‘try before you buy’ when it comes to floor plans. Walking in a model home helps you to determine if it’s a layout that will work for your family, as well as it can show you if a specific floor plan may not work out as well in reality as you had imagined.
Square Footage Insight
Square footage is tough to visualize without experiencing it first hand, but it’s one of the key elements you’ll have to decide on when it comes to choosing a home. Visiting a model home can give lets you experience how a certain square footage feels.
Available Features & Finishes
Considering various finish and feature options for a new home? Touring a model home can be a great way to see the finishes and features you’re considering in-person. Exploring firsthand can be a great way to decide if a specific finish is what you’re looking for or if another might be a better option. Additionally, seeing certain features in real life might seal the deal.
Information About the Neighborhood and Local Area
Thinking of moving to a new location? Keep your eyes open for model homes in the area.
During your visit to the home, take a few minutes to drive around the neighborhood and surrounding area. You can also ask the model home hosts any questions you might have about the area, which is a great way to find out if buying a home in that region might be right for you.
Details About the Home Builder
If you’re thinking of purchasing a custom home in the Greater Capital Region, there are many home builders to choose from. Visiting model homes crafted by these builders is a great way to get to know them and find out which builder is right for you.