According to many financial and investment advisors, buying a new home in a neighborhood with good schools makes smart real estate investment sense—even if you don’t have school-age children. Of course, if you do have kids in elementary, middle, or high school, considering the schools rankings in communities where you are thinking of buying a new home is a natural. But for those who don’t think the schools near your new home matter, think again. Because while you may believe now that you’ll live in your new home for many years, if you do decide to move for whatever reason, you’ll need to sell that home. And homes that exist in strong school districts are at the top of the list of “musts” for homebuyers with children, and as a result, you will increase your property value simply by originally buying that new home near good schools.
Here in the Bryan and College Station areas, as part of the economic growth and development, new schools are popping up across the communities’ landscapes. In the next two years, 2011-2012, the new schools of Greens Prairie Elementary and The College Station High School will be opening their doors to students in College Station. In 2008, James Earl Rudder High School opened its brand new facility to about 600 ninth and tenth graders and expects to have about 1,250 students in grades 9-12 enrolled by 2012. Those living in Bryan now reap the benefits of this new school.
At Stylecraft Builders, we plan and develop communities with school districts in mind, because we know this is a top priority for new homebuyers. The Sienna community in Bryan, complete with community playground and pool, and close to shopping and local parks, makes owning a new home in this area affordable and convenient. Similarly, the Creek Meadows community right next door to the new schools in College Station offers the same benefits. Now all you need to do is choose which community is right for your family! Email us and we’ll help you find your new dream home today.
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