Purchasing new construction

If you're driving through newer developments hunting new construction, having the right Realtor on your team can be the difference between a good home buying experience and a bad one. will help you navigate the seeming infinite number of new homes today to make an offer on the one that's right for you.

Gain an advantage when negotiating new construction in Mineral Wells with Ender & Associates Realty as your real estate professional - (940) 325-2006

In real estate, negotiation is always an option. However, with new construction, it depends on the builder and the length of time that the home has been available. Developers in new additions avoid bending on price because homeowners already in the area expect new construction to be comparably priced to what they already purchased. (You'll appreciate that same courtesy if there are undeveloped lots near the home you eventually purchase!) But, depending on how far along the project is and what the market is doing at that point in time, developers have been known to allow a few concessions.

For example, if it's a recently completed home, you have little to no negotiating powers. But if the home has been sitting fully furnished, like a show or model home, and there haven't been many offers - then the builder might be willing to work with you. The longer the home has been on the market, the more the builder has invested.

You can always ask for assistance in other ways when purchasing new construction. For example, closing costs are one way for you to save without lowering the price of the house. The same goes for amenities - ask for things an allowance for window treatments, a garage door opener, a sprinkler system or landscaping, or an extended home warranty. That can go the other way around, too. If upgrades are already in the contract, try to get the builder to take them out - you might be able to install them later yourself at a savings anyway.

Just because a home is brand new, it can still have its share of flaws. Be sure to get a home inspection before purchase so that issues are handled and also negotiate a home warranty. Then, about 10 or 11 months after purchase it's worth it to pay for an inspection and get anything else repaired before the warranty expires.

Finding you a new home that meets your needs and matches your budget will be my #1 objective. Give me a call at (940) 325-2006 to begin the search for your new home today.

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