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New Construction Homes In Howell, MI

From its quaint and charming downtown area to its famous outlet mall, Howell, Michigan, is a great place to call home and to raise a family.  There are new homes popping up making it an ideal and modern place to settle down while it still holds its historic charm.  Considered part of the urban area of South Lyon-Howell-Brighton, this growing community in Livingston County boasts many cool festivals and events throughout the year including the popular Michigan Challenge Balloonfest.  The Tanger Outlet Center in the northwest part of Howell features dozens of stores and restaurants when you’re looking for great deals on some of the biggest top name brands.


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The population of Howell hovers close to 10,000 residents with a median age of about 35 years.  For the students living in Howell, they will attend the Howell Public Schools

There are:
• 7 Elementary Schools
• 2 Middle Schools
• 1 High School

New Homes:

If you’re looking for a newly constructed home, there are a lot being built in the Crystal Wood neighborhood of Howell and the Gallery Park Condos featuring three-bedroom plans.  Property in Howell is in demand so you can expect more new homes to pop up. Take a look and see if these homes are right for you.

• Crystal Wood – 50 home-sites are being constructed in this new neighborhood featuring six different floor plans.  Pick your new home starting at just $200,000.

When it comes to purchasing a newly-constructed home, there are many things worth considering when figuring out if it’s the right move for you.  Here are a few of the good/bad of buying a new home.

• Bad – If it’s a new neighborhood, you’ll have lots of construction going through building up the homes around you.  This is only temporary but temporary can mean a year or two.
• Good - Builders don’t have an emotional attachment to the house like someone who is selling the home they lived in the past 30 years so they may not be as hesitant to lower the price.
• Bad -  Not just the house is new but so is the landscape.  Things like trees and bushes will be small and not provide very much cover for many years, even a decade.
• Good - The work is done.  Don’t worry about fixing anything or having to hire someone to redo the bathroom or kitchen.

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