New Construction

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Short answer: No, but that doesn't mean its not a good idea to have one!

Most builders will require that your agent visit the sales office with you during your first visit to their community. Typically this is done to ensure there is an existing agency between the buyers and their agent. Upon arrival, the sales person will take your agent's card and register you (the buyer) as their client. 

If all goes well and you are interested in purchasing a unit in the community, your real estate agent will be able to help advise on a good location in the community, share their insights on the builder, and help prepare you as you go through the builder's pre approval and reservation process. There may be incentives available towards the design center or

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Purchasing a home in a new development often grants you the ability to choose the finishes for your new home and add other upgrades to help make the transition into homeownership as easy as possible. There will be deadlines in place for different areas in the home (call cuts) where options need to be chosen in order for the builder to keep on track with their building schedule. Here are a few things to consider prior to your first trip to the design center:

1. The sales office may have a list of items to choose from for each cut deadline and the price associated with that upgrade. 

2. Prioritize what areas are most important to you. Especially if budget is an issue, consider doing projects by level of difficulty in completing in the future. For

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Purchasing a home in a new development is desirable for many reasons. First, the home will be brand new and never lived in. You will have many good years in the home before ever needed to make any big repairs. Also, often times you will have the chance to pick out finishings in the home and opportunities to upgrade different areas to your liking. 

Working with an experienced Realtor who has experience working with new development properties can help save you time and money. There are many things to consider when designing your new home and negotiating with the sales time and a Realtor can help you with the process. Every development has a different process, our team here at Reward Realty can help you stay up to date on future release dates, pricing

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