When you’re building a new home, you don’t have time to wait for a contractor.
You need a bulldozer to rip the foundation out of the foundation and replace it with a concrete slab that will keep the house from tipping over.
That’s exactly what’s happening in the new home construction industry.
The market is booming for these types of projects, and new house construction is up about 50% from 2014 to 2019, according to a report by real estate analytics company Zillow.
That said, there are plenty of people out there who want to be able to afford to buy their own house.
But before you jump on that bandwagon, you’ll need to know the pros and cons of these projects.
The pros of buying your own house Pros: You can get a real-estate agent to come to your house to get a quote on what you can afford, and they will give you a quote for what you’ll pay.
You’ll also have more flexibility when it comes to where you live.
Your mortgage payments can be lower than they would be if you bought the house outright, meaning you won’t have to deal with the high mortgage interest rates of many cities.
Pros: You don’t need to rent a room to be a homeowner.
You can pay a much smaller mortgage than most of the other options, which will help you save money and ease the stress of moving every year.
The downside: The costs of a new apartment can be high, and there are restrictions on where you can live.
But if you do decide to rent, there’s still some flexibility to keep things affordable.
The biggest hurdle for renters is finding a place to live in your area.