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Move-in Ready Homes Available in North Dallas

When you’ve found the home of your dreams, it’s not easy to wait for it. You’re ready to move in and build your nest, adding furniture, décor, and personal touches. If you’re buying a pre-owned home, the seller might request an extended closing date. If you’re buying a new construction home that only exists on paper, waiting is required. Fortunately for those who hate to wait, there are beautiful new construction homes that are move-in ready at Union Park by Hillwood in Little Elm, Texas, a suburb north of Dallas.

Why Buy a Move-In Ready Home?

Why should you consider one of the quick move-in homes Dallas suburbs have to offer? There are plenty of reasons.

Predictable Move-in Date

Want to get settled in your new home before school starts? Starting a new job soon? If so, you likely have a firm move-in date. Owners of existing homes for sale have their own timetables that may not mesh with yours. When you buy a move-in ready home that is ready now or nearly complete, you can put your current home on the market and set a closing date without worry.

Time Savings

What if you want a newly built home? A new construction home takes between six to twelve months to complete, which can be a problem if you have to move sooner. With a quick move-in home at Union Park, you get a newly built house — within an amenity-rich community — in a fraction of that time. Many of our move in ready homes are available now; others are under construction and will be available in the coming months.

See it First

Maybe you don’t want to buy a new home (likely the largest purchase you will ever make) without seeing the finished product first. If that describes you, then a quick move-in home at Union Park is the answer. With a completed, move-in ready home, you can walk through it and inspect every facet of your new house before closing.

Less Stress

Building a new home on your own — from the ground up — can be grueling. There are hundreds of decisions to make about everything from the builder to the HVAC to plumbing fixtures to paint type. When you buy in a master-planned new home community this process is greatly simplified, but you can still make some design selections with the builder’s help.

Design Curation

Some of us have design vision and some don’t. For those that don’t, buying a spec home means the builder’s team of talented experts have done the heavy lifting for you, curating the design selections to create aesthetic harmony throughout the house. This takes a load of pressure off when it comes to making decisions on paint colors, wallpaper, flooring, cabinetry, fixtures, and more.


A spec home is already built or under construction. Even if the home is not yet complete, materials have been purchased, therefore inflation and future materials price increases will not be a factor. This can make a move-in ready home more affordable than one that has yet to be started. Other factors can give the builder’s representative greater latitude to negotiate on a quick move-in home’s price as well.

How Can I Find Inventory Homes Near Me?

If you’ve searched inventory or “spec homes for sale near me,” you might have found the move-in ready homes available at Union Park! To see them, simply go to the move-in ready homes from within our homefinder tool. Here you will find pictures and brief descriptions of all the quick move-in homes that are available now or under construction.

You will see the builder, the address, the home’s design name, quantity of bedrooms, bathrooms, and garage spaces, and the starting price (before upgrades). The available date is listed just above each home’s picture.

Click on the picture to learn even more about the home. You can see square footage, lot width, and home dimensions. You can also view the floorplan, see how the home is positioned on the lot, and view the home’s location within Union Park. Click on the map and you can navigate through the community to find the amenity areas.

You can print the information, share it, save it to your favorites, or request an email or call from a builder’s representative.

When you buy a builder’s spec home at Union Park, you can eliminate many difficult decisions that come with moving. Everything from choosing schools to finding things to do and even connecting to the community. At the same time, new homes under construction can still offer upgrade options with help from a design team.

If you are considering a new construction home in DFW, Union Park has some of the best. Discover then make an offer on your new home today! Choose a home at Union Park by Hillwood and set your move-in date. Then start packing!

Frequently Asked Questions About Move-In Ready Homes

An inventory home and a spec home are interchangeable terms for a house for sale that is either under construction or already completed. A model home is a builder’s “showroom” within a new home community that displays the home options and designs a builder offers there.

A ready-to-build home is a home design, complete with floor plan, elevation, and interior finish palette options, that a buyer can purchase to be constructed on an available lot within a new home community. These single-family homes are designed to be energy efficient and to meet all current building codes and best practices. Buyers select from several color scheme/flooring options for their ready-to-build home and can often add optional upgrades.

When you browse for new homes, move-in ready homes, also called inventory or “spec” houses, are those that are completed or under construction within a community.