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Blog post 7. Points of consideration in the new constructed home buying process.
When you're house hunting, the attraction of new construction is undeniable. You get to be the first to live in the pristine home—one untouched by grimy hands or muddy shoes. It's full of brand-new appliances and the finishes and treatments that you picked to fit your individual tastes. And you won't have to worry about making any cosmetic or structural upgrades for years.
How Realtors help you through the new home process. As previously mentioned, Builders do not offer discounts to buyers who assume they can negotiate a better deal on their own.
Rather, builders rely on Realtors to bring them, interested buyers. The reason is obvious. Certified New Home Specialists are trained by the builders and also paid by the builders. It costs the buyer nothing to use a Realtor and it’s most advantageous to do so.
If you are interested in buying new construction, the builder's agent will be ready to help you with the process. But make no mistake: You need your own real estate agent and in particular, a Certified New Home Specialist from the starting point. Even if it seems like plug and play to sign up with the builder's on-site agent, you're going to want someone representing your side of the deal.
The role of a Realtor has many attributes. One of the best features is that Realtors match the community to the buyer. Not every community offers the same amenities such as a community clubhouse, a golf course, a gated community, a playground, particular school districts and so on. Realtors will work with buyers to match the needs wants and desires to an explicit area, community size and desired lifestyle.
by Randy Doell
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Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices FLPG
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