As a kid, you knew treasure was always marked with an X. Locating the X was simple, but getting to the X was hard. As an adult, it’s the opposite. To get where you need to go, you just hop in your car, step on the gas, and pray the police officer you just passed doesn’t pull you over for speeding. There are no treacherous jungles or fiery beasts you need to get through before getting your treasure; just a few red lights. But when it comes to finding the right place to build your dream home, you know navigating the various lots for sale around the city and choosing the best one for you and your family won’t come with an X on a treasure map. But just like the trusty sidekick in all the pirate movies, Palo Verde Homes is here to help! We have multiple lots for sale across the El Paso area, so you’ll be sure to find the one that’s right for you. Here are a few extra tips on how to do so.
Tip #1: Where is the Lot Located?
Driving around El Paso, you’ll probably see a couple dozen lots for sale, so it’s no surprise one of the biggest determinants will be location. Picking the best one for you will depend on your situation. For one, is it just you or do you have a family? If you have a family, finding a spot near good schools, parks, and multipurpose centers will be best for you. But if you’re rocking the bachelor/bachelorette life, finding one in the heart of El Paso’s night scene may be the way to go. Other determinants like where you work, go to school, or visit often can also come into play. Doing this will help you narrow down a side of town at the very least.
Tip #2: What is Your Budget?
While everyone dreams of having a butler and an infinity pool, your wallet may be telling you that those luxuries will have to come later. It is cheaper to live in some parts of town than others, so that can also help you narrow down a general location to look for lots for sale.
Tip #3: What Size Do You Need?
This is also circumstantial advice and will depend on the size of your family and how big of a house you’ll need. If you have six kids and hope for each one to have their own bedroom, as they say in “Jaws,” you’re going to need a bigger boat (lot). But if you have a small family or don’t mind pairing your children off in rooms, a smaller lot will do. It’ll depend on what size yard and driveway you’ll need as well.
Tip #4: Contact Palo Verde Homes
If you’re looking for a good place to build your future home, check out our lots for sale! We have lots all over the El Paso area and can help you find the best one to take the next step in your and your family’s journey!