New developments possess an undeniable allure.
Those condos — invariably condos — seduce us with their gleam, their gloss, their glamor.
You can count on the windows being huge and the views from higher floors being incomparable. In the more expensive ones, the style will be high; the amenities, impressive and comprehensive; and the service, white-glove.
To some folks, the idea that no one has lived in the new home of their choice is an attraction that can’t be beat. A friend once confessed that she’d never buy a “used” house. “Why,” she asked rhetorically, “would I want want to live in someone else’s place?”
If that’s the case, that pretty well rules out hotel rooms when traveling, no?
Although new developments lack Continue reading