Three Reasons to Buy a New Home in Chesapeake This Spring

Now is the time to buy a new home in Chesapeake. Spring kicks off home buying season in Hampton Roads, and that is good news for anyone who wants to stop renting. There are a wide variety of reasons why this season is the perfect time to become a homeowner, and here are just a few:

  • Availability. Fine area builders make it possible for buyers to have plenty of choices in this part of Hampton Roads. Any buyer looking to buy a home this spring can look in neighborhoods like White's Landing, Edinburgh Meadows, Emerald Forest, Vance Level, Grassfield Meadows and Moore's Farm. These communities may feature various amenities as well as wide, tree-lined streets.
  • Affordability. First-time homebuyers and those on a budget can find a whole lot of home for not so much money in Chesapeake. Culpepper Landing, Winston Trace, Sunray, Lakes of Joliff, Crystal Lake South, Brickhouse Farms, River's Edge at Quailshire Estates, Parkview, the Grove at Culpepper Lane, Albemarle River, Rose Garden Estates and Cullen Crossing are communities offering new construction homes at affordable prices. Additionally, Eagle Pointe at Cahoon Plantation features reasonably priced homes in an active adult community.
  • Location This city is centrally located, and houses employers, shops, medical facilities and more. There are rural parts of Chesapeake as well as urbanized areas, so buyers can find just the right balance when searching for their new homes. Some of the most sought-after public schools in Hampton Roads are located here as well, giving parents peace of mind.

The weather is heating up and so is the market! Take advantage of spring to buy a new home in Chesapeake.

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