Rodney Mason, NMLS #151088
Sr Loan Officer
825 Juniper St NE, Atlanta, GA 30308
Office: (404) 591-2453
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I can definitely guide you to a great deal, all the way to closing.
Isabel Elsesser, Realtor
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Realty One Group
I had 2 pre-sale deals this year but was able to knock the price down ($23K) only on one of them. On the other deal, all I could do is to have the builder honor expired $10K incentive they use to have before we put a contract.
Whether you get price reduction or not really depends who the builder is (custom or production), if that builder is also a developer, the stage the neighborhood is (just started, mid-way or almost completed).
In general, builder would be more negotiable on the standing inventory or a spec home. Negotiating price reduction on pre-sale (home to be built) is very difficult, but you may be able to get some upgrades at no cost.
Beware of builder's contract! It is designed to protect the builder and never the buyer.
Can't agree more with all the agents about hiring an agent to represent you and who is experienced in new construction sales, unless you are familiar with the process and know what special stipulations have to be added to builderâ€™s contract to protect you and your investment.
Hope this helps. Feel free to call or email if I can be of further help to you.
Veronika Barash, RealtorÂ®,
CERTIFIED SKILLED NEGOTIATOR
REO & SHORT SALE CERTIFIED
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Keller Williams Realty Consultants
1. Hire a competent Realtor today
2. ask them for a comparative analysis of the new home submarket within the particular school district in Lawrenceville
3. take their advice and follow the next steps from contract to closing
Right now, you think you really know what you are doing but based on the content of your question and your "overinflation" comment I believe that you don't know what you are doing and like Michael said, you are disadvantaged if you attempt to negotiate with this savvy builder.