I agree with @oldhenlikesdogs. Look everything over and decide what's best for you. Remember a couple of things before you make your decision.
Raised coops are great because as long as they are securely built they do deter predators. They provide a nice shady spot during the hot days of summer. Chickens love to dust bathe under there and it gives them a few extra feet of run space. They look nice, too. They help keep the inside of the coop dry. If cold underneath it is a concern, it's very easy to wrap that portion of the bottom with plastic or even plywood to block cold winds. I like them!
Coops right on the ground have their advantages. Again, built securely they deter predators. And they can look very nice as well. The real difference is that coops on the ground are generally tall enough to stand and work in, very important to consider for some of us. Eggs are almost always laid in the nests where they belong instead of under the coop where they can be hard to get out. And there is no need to clean that space under it on hands on knees. Coops straight on the ground tend to be a little easier to use deep litter in , although deep litter has been used successfully in raised coops too. And I think you can build a little bigger and be prepared when chicken math strikes with a coop on the ground because you aren't dealing with trying to have all that weight and size on "stilts". So I like ground built coops too!
Go over those points and then, taking your budget, your body's flexibility, and your climate into account, decide what you want.