Purchasing a new home for your family in
Jacksonville NC is affordable and easy. There are a
number of good quality builders in Jacksonville and we can help you find
the new home that fits your needs.
CENTURY 21 American Properties, Inc has a number of new
home subdivisions around Jacksonville and the greater Onslow County
area. Please explore our section on New Home
Subdivisions. This will give you links to various
subdivisions that are available for the greater Jacksonville Onslow
Buying a home can be like a maze to some
people with all the different aspects that is involved. CENTURY 21
American Properties, Inc. agents are trained to help you get through the
hurdles of purchasing a new home. Please check out our section of
this website on Buying A New Home to learn
more of the steps.
If you are planning to move to the Jacksonville Onslow County area,
wouldn't it be nice to have some information before you get here?
Our Relocation Department is geared to
helping you with information about the area, new homes and finding you
the right real estate agent. Even if you are not moving tot he
Jacksonville NC area, we can still help. With our Relocation
Department we help you find a agent in almost all parts of the United
States. Our referral network is geared to helping people get the
housing information they need.
Richlands and Sneads Ferry are the main
townships in Onslow County. Camp Lejeune and the MCAS New River
Air Station are both located in Jacksonville but are just a short drive
from Swansboro, Richlands and Sneads Ferry.
We understand there are a lot of questions when purchasing a new home or
existing home and CENTURY 21 American Properties, Inc agent are ready to
help. If you would like more information on buying a home or would
like to see more information about some of the subdivisions available
contact us today.
What are the advantages of buying a new home?
Buying a new home has a number of advantages and conveniences that a
existing home might not have. Below are a few reason to consider
buying a new home for your family.
New homes feature built in appliances, and nearly all have central
air and heat. They also feature more electrical outlets, large
mirrors, and vanity cabinets
Safety in the new technology and efficient construction of new
homes. Fires in new homes are diminished due to more efficient
central heating systems, better insulation and lack of space
heaters. Many also come equipped with smoke detectors on every
level. New homes are also supportive of the heavier electrical
demands of today's homeowners, and wiring systems are less likely to
New homes are built with products and
systems that can produce less risks to your health. Asbestos has
been eliminated from shingles, pipes, roof tar, and insulation. Lead
is no longer used as an ingredient in paint.
New homes have better windows, more
efficient heating and cooling equipment, and greater use of
insulation. Thus, they consume half as much energy as homes built
prior to 1980. Older homes may be drafty, and produce condensation
and frost on windows which can deteriorate wood trim and walls.
Homeowners insurance policies are also often cheaper for new homes
than for previously owned homes.
Siding, windows and
trim are installed that never will need painting. Pressure-treated
wood resists rotting and insects.
Pride of Ownership.
A new home takes on the character of its
first owners. Floor plans, colors and materials have, for the most
part, been customized to the purchasers' preferences. There is
nothing like owning a new home.