Consider comparable homes, local prices per square foot, and city development plans when buying a home.
When you’re purchasing a production or tract home, determining how much you should pay is fairly straightforward. It can be as simple as looking at the recently sold homes in the neighborhood and considering how your specific lot stacks up. But if the home you want doesn’t compare so easily with its neighbors — say, it’s bigger or custom-built — figuring out how much to pay can be trickier. Here are six things to do before deciding if it’s worth it.
By Laura Agadoni | Apr 27, 2017 4:45AM