When you're house hunting, the allure 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 aesthetic. And you won't have to worry about making any cosmetic or structural upgrades for years.
If you are interested in buying a new construction, the builder's agent will be ready to help you with the process. And, even if it seems like plug and play to sign up on-site make no mistake: The builders agent will always have the builders best interest in mind. You only have one chance to bring in a realtor to represent negotiate and fight for your side of the deal and that is from the get-go.Search new home builder sites below and thru MLS here.
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