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New Build Houses, Lake Norman, NC

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If you are interested in new build houses, call our team to get the best service and craftsmanship.

Here at Zar Custom Homes, we understand that buying a new home is a serious decision. There are many factors to consider, but one of the biggest decisions you’ll need to make is whether to buy an older home or a newly-built one. The members of our team are big believers in the benefits of new build houses, so in this article, we’ll be going over more about these advantages to help you make the best choice for your needs.

New Build Houses in Lake Norman, North Carolina

One benefit of new build houses is that everything will be in peak condition–new appliances, new wiring, new water fixtures, and new roof, meaning that you won’t have to worry about replacing any of them for a long while yet. On top of that, new build houses will be up to the latest building and safety codes. In addition, buying a new build house offers more potential for customization, allowing you to tailor your new home to your individual needs and preferences. To get a truly custom new home, you can always turn to our team–our trained contractor and stylist will work with you to create a home that truly reflects your individual character, and one that perfectly suits your lifestyle needs.

A full-service custom home builder and remodeler.

Our team is proud to serve the Lake Norman, North Carolina community, and we want to help you create the perfect home for you and your loved ones. If you are interested in our new build homes, we encourage you to give us a call today to get started.

At Zar Custom Homes, we offer new build houses in Charlotte (including Myers Park, Eastover, Foxcroft, Elizabeth, Cotswold, Dilworth, SouthPark, Sedgefield, and Madison Park), Matthews, Kannapolis, Pineville, Weddington, Indian Trail, Monroe, Salisbury, Concord, Ballantyne, Mint Hill, and Lake Norman, North Carolina, as well as Fort Mill, Rock Hill, Tega Cay, Indian Land, and Lake Wylie, South Carolina.