(The Shiurei Korban points out that the Bavli reads the pasuk as coming to exclude a house that you steal. However, since the Rambam quotes both halachos, presumably the pasuk implies both dinim and there is no machlokes. He also points out that you see from this Yerushalmi that there is no mitzvah to make a seudas chanukas habayis if you move into a new home in chutz la’aretz.)
The Chasam Sofer doesn’t quote the Yerushalmi, but what he writes certainly touches on the same theme. He writes that the parsha places building a home before working the vineyard, the reverse of the Rambam’s advice in Hil Deyos to first get a job, because the parsha is talking about Eretz Yisrael when Klal Yisrael is doing what they should be doing. The gemara (Brachos 35) writes that according to RshBY”Y in those circumstances we don’t need to work for parnasa – Hashem will have others take care of everything. So why plant a vineyard at all? Because even if the work is not needed for parnasa, there is a value to secular education and work as a means of fulfilling yishuv Eretz Yisrael. Work in that circumstance is not merely a means to make ends meet, but is a positive end in its own right, a ma'aseh mitzvah.