Buying New Versus Resale

Your Home, Your Way

Your home should reflect your own unique personality. Purchasing a new home allows you to create the setting you desire. From kitchen cabinets, to flooring to window coverings your home will reflect your personal preferences and design style.

Better Overall Value

Today's home are built to the strictest of codes. That means your're getting a high quality home that will not require major repairs of any kind since everything is new.

Warranties

A new home comes with a Tarion Warranty - something that no used home can offer. Furthermore, you can depend on CountryWide Homes to stand behind their product.

Helping you through the Process

At CountryWide Homes, our team of experts help home buyers manage their new home buying process through the CountryWide Service and Care Program. Especially helpful for first timer's, Our Program is designed to educate and inform customers at every stage in the new home buying process because we believe that an informed customer is a happy customer.

Living Green

Homes built by CountryWide Homes are more energy efficient, offering better insulation, better windows and more efficient central heating and air conditioning systems. A CountryWide Home is built to meet or exceed energy codes which will help save you money on monthly utility bills.

Wired to Today's World

At CountryWide, our homes are wired to accommodate today's technologies – (alarm systems, computers, media centres etc.) Much of this new technology did not exist when older homes were being built.

Innovation in Design and Construction Practices

CountryWide Homes prides itself on creating some of the most innovative designs in the industry while being on the forefront of new technology in order to find better ways of constructing new homes.

A Master Planned Community

Since 1954, the founder of CountryWide Homes has been involved in the development of master planned communities. I'd say he's learned a thing or two along the way. All CountryWide Homes are built in great locations, often near schools, recreation, transit and shopping in order to allow community residents a higher quality of life.