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The New, New Home: How to Navigate Today's Housing Landscape

Publisher: Taunton Press Inc
ISBN: 9781627103886
AuthorThompson, Boyce
Pub Date22/05/2014
BindingHardback
Pages240
Demystifies the challenges and opportunities facing new homebuyers. In this title, the author lays out the new green, high-tech, aging in place, space planning and construction options available in today's market. It helps buyers determine which features will improve their living experience and create value if they sell their home down the road.
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In The New, New Home, Boyce Thompson, the editorial director of Builder magazine for 17 years, demystifies the challenges and opportunities facing new homebuyers. In it, he lays out the new green, high-tech, aging in place, space planning and construction options available in today's market. He helps buyers determine which features will improve their living experience today and create value if they sell their home down the road. The New, New Home is the one book that anyone contemplating buying or building a new home needs to read, arming new-home buyers with the actionable information that they need to make intelligent choices.

In The New, New Home, Boyce Thompson, the editorial director of Builder magazine for 17 years, demystifies the challenges and opportunities facing new homebuyers. In it, he lays out the new green, high-tech, aging in place, space planning and construction options available in today's market. He helps buyers determine which features will improve their living experience today and create value if they sell their home down the road. The New, New Home is the one book that anyone contemplating buying or building a new home needs to read, arming new-home buyers with the actionable information that they need to make intelligent choices.

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