Energy Consumption/Green Building: If you care about “green” — whether that means the money you spend on energy bills every month or your concern about the environment — a newly constructed home is virtually always the better option. Homes built today must meet far tougher national code standards for energy efficiency than just a few years back. Most newly-built homes, in fact, come with energy certifications covering walls, roofs, windows, doors and even appliance packages.
Looking For Your New Home?
Select one of our regions below to get started!
Going Green, For Good
Home Building Innovation
One of the most important steps in buying your home is selecting the home that is right for your current living situation. During this step it is important for you to study floor plans, pricing, features, community benefits and neighborhood amenities. Make certain that the home you choose will meet current and possible future needs for you and your family.
Complete Homeowner Satisfaction
A two-time recipient of the AVID Customer Service Award for the highest Customer Service in the United States, View Homes has also been twice named Home Builder of the Year.
Leading the Way with Technology & Innovation
Advanced Technology and Design: It’s possible to replace all of the single-pane windows in a resale home with today’s high-performance windows. It’s also possible to add insulation to a used home. However, it’s very expensive to replace dated appliances, cabinets and countertops in a used home — and you still won’t have the high ceilings you dream of on the first floor of an older two-story home. All are reasons to build your new home your way, to reflect the way you live today.
Need Help Finding Your New Home?
Our online home advisors can help!
Latest News from View Homes
Stay up to date on all of the happenings throughout our communities and regions
Buying a Home Early Can Significantly Increase Future Wealth
According to an Urban Institute study, homeowners who purchase a house before age 35 are better prepared for retirement at age 60. The good news is, our younger generations are strong believers in homeownership. According to a Freddie Mac survey, “The dream of homeownership is alive and well within “Generation Z,” the demographic cohort...
Year-Over-Year Rental Prices on the Rise
Looking ahead, 2020 is projected to be a strong year for homeownership. According to the Freddie Mac Forecast, “We expect rates to remain low, falling to a yearly average of 3.8% in 2020.” If you’re currently renting, 2020 may be a great time to think about making a jump into homeownership while...
A 365 Day Difference in Homeownership
Over the past year, mortgage rates have fallen more than a full percentage point. This is a great driver for homeownership, as today’s low rates provide consumers with some significant benefits. Here’s a look at three of them: Refinance: If you already own a home, you may want to decide...