Benefits to Buying at a Closeout Community

Woman sitting on steps of community swimming pool

There are many reasons why buyers prefer to move into a just-opened neighborhood—for example, a greater variety of homesites and floor plan selections, plus the option to build from the ground up. But there are also perks to buying in a closeout or “final opportunity” community. Let’s check out some compelling reasons.

Less construction

Some buyers love watching a community come to life around them. The anticipation of new neighbors’ homes taking shape around the block. The satisfaction of claiming a prime homesite in the early stages of the neighborhood. But other buyers? They want a new build but would rather skip all the construction activity. For them, a closeout community could be the perfect option, and may still offer plenty of desirable homesites and to-be-built floor plan options to choose from.

Amenities completed or closer to completion

It may not just be all the homes that haven’t yet been completed in a newly opened neighborhood. Amenities like parks, pools and recreation centers may also still be in development. If you’d prefer a new home in a community where all the amenities are available to use the day you move in, a closeout community could be the right fit.

Model homes for sale

Some buyers love taking their time selecting fixtures and finishes while their home is built. Others? They’d rather move right into a home that’s already completed and beautified. Closeout communities with model homes for sale are fantastic options for the latter type of buyer, since design features have already been selected and installed with the utmost care by top-notch interior decorators.

Ready to search for your new home? We’ve got a wide variety of upcoming, just-opened and final-opportunity communities in exciting locations from coast to coast. See what’s available in your area!