13582 Myrtle Gardens Blvd, Magnolia, TX 77354 in Myrtle Gardens by Centex Homes

Hi friend. Jordan here, your favorite resource and realtor. Today we are featuring some of our favorite homes for sale right now in Magnolia, TX. The home at 13582 Myrtle Gardens Blvd, is 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and offers 1,682 square feet. This home is move-in ready in November. This home features the Hewitt floor plan. Don't forget if you are interested in buying a home, I want to assist you! - 832-493-6685 | See this home for sale here on the MLS.

Hewitt First Floor - Floor Plan by Centex Homes

Welcome to the Hewitt floor plan, a delightful home offering 1,682 square feet of living space. Its Copper Penny exterior exudes warmth and style, welcoming you inside to a cozy atmosphere complemented by the Dark Umber interior. With four bedrooms and two bathrooms, this home seamlessly combines comfort and functionality, providing ample room for the entire family.

Inside, the open concept living and dining areas create a perfect hub for gatherings and entertaining. The well-appointed kitchen features a practical layout, catering to cooking enthusiasts. The spacious owner's suite, with its large walk-in closet and private bathroom, offers a serene retreat. Outside, the covered patio overlooks the scenic landscape, providing a tranquil outdoor space. Situated in the Myrtle Gardens Centex community, residents can enjoy the nearby small park, while the prime location in Magnolia, TX, offers easy access to shopping, dining, and amenities, promising a convenient and enjoyable lifestyle.

The annual hoa fee in Myrtle Gardens is just $600. Neighborhood conveniences include sidewalks and a pocket park.

And if you are on the fence about buying, don't forget to check out the section below titled, Why You Should Consider Buying Right Now Instead of Renting or Waiting.

Current Incentives | Myrtle Gardens by Centex Homes in Magnolia, TX

Right now this home is being offered at $304,870, and now offering special financing – 30 year fixed rate and 5.57%/6.10% APR.

Size of homes offered:  1200 square feet to 2500 square feet
Model home address: 13582 Myrtle Gardens Blvd, Magnolia, Texas 77354
Price range: $260k +
New construction on the market in Myrtle Gardens: Link to homes for sale.
Featured amenities: Abundant Recreation Nearby, Smart Home Technology, Highly-Ranked Magnolia ISD, & Versatile Living Spaces.
Jo & Co. incentive for Centex Homes' new construction: When you use us as your buyer's agent, we cover your third-party inspection when using a preferred vendor. All inspectors are TREC (Texas Real Estate Commission certified, just like us real estate agents, here in Texas.)

Why You Should Consider Buying Right Now Instead of Renting or Waiting

The debate over buying versus renting has been a topic of discussion for as long as the concept of private property has existed. Both options come with their own sets of pros and cons, tailored to suit different lifestyles, financial situations, and personal preferences. However, if you're currently at the crossroads of making this significant decision, you may want to consider the long-term benefits of buying. Here's why.

Building Equity

When you pay rent, that money goes directly to your landlord and you have nothing to show for it at the end of your lease. Conversely, when you buy a home, your monthly mortgage payments allow you to build equity in the property. In the long run, this becomes an asset you can leverage for other financial opportunities or even leave as an inheritance for future generations.

Long-Term Investment

While the housing market has its ups and downs, historically, it has been a solid long-term investment. Unlike your car or gadgets, which depreciate in value over time, a well-maintained property is likely to appreciate, giving you more financial stability and potentially greater wealth as time goes by.

Tax Benefits

In many countries, there are tax benefits associated with homeownership. In the United States, for example, homeowners can often deduct the interest paid on their mortgage, thereby reducing their taxable income. These kinds of tax incentives can make owning a home more financially beneficial in the long run.

Personalization and Control

When you own your home, you have the freedom to personalize and modify it to fit your taste and needs without requiring the permission of a landlord. Want to paint the walls a new color or install smart home technology? Go right ahead. Your home can be a reflection of your personality and a place where you have the ultimate control.

No Rent Increases

Rent is subject to increases, often annually, depending on market conditions and your landlord's discretion. When you own a home with a fixed-rate mortgage, you have the security of knowing exactly what your monthly payments will be for the life of the loan, making budgeting and planning much easier.

Forced Savings

While it may not seem like it at first glance, the act of making regular mortgage payments can be viewed as a form of “forced savings.” Each payment contributes to the equity you're building in your home, unlike rent payments which offer no return on investment.

Sense of Community

Homeownership often instills a sense of belonging and community. Because you're more likely to stay in one place for an extended period, you're able to build long-lasting relationships with your neighbors and become an active member of the community. This can be particularly beneficial for families with children, as it provides a stable environment for kids to grow up in. I also love the access you will have to community amenities by living in some of these master-planned communities in the area.

While renting may offer more flexibility and less upfront financial commitment, the long-term benefits of buying are hard to ignore. Building equity, enjoying tax benefits, and having the freedom to make your home truly yours are just some of the advantages that come with homeownership. If you're in a position to buy, taking the leap into homeownership is a decision that could greatly benefit you in the long run.

Please, keep in mind I am a specialist in the Houston Suburbs, and this post focused on Magnolia.

If you are looking to learn more about Magnolia, and what it has to offer, this is a great post to start with. If you are interested in one of the homes, or you are looking for a local real estate agent to work with, I would love to work with you. You can call/text 832-493-6685, or schedule a call with this link: http://byjoandco.com/call. I look forward to meeting you. Hugs, Jordan.

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