Are the lots in the same location as the one you purchased or in a less desireable location? Does your contract read somerthing requiring them to sell at best available price? Are the units not appraising at closing? These are issues you should speak to your attorney about and he could give you better guidance.
Here is an example of the wording in a contract that is used by a builder I reduglarly work with:
Seller may, before or after Closing on the sale of the Property to Buyer, raise or lower sales prices for similar homes or other homes of the same plan or offer sales incentives to other buyers in response to market conditions with no obligation to the buyer.
Check your contract to see if the builder has protected themselves. They generally do.
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I actually think you may have a chance at getting "something." I think it just depends on the approach you, under the advisement of your agent and attorney, choose to take.
All the best!
Nina, not all of the other lots are in the same location as the one I purchased. My lot is approximately 7-8 lots away from the newly lower priced lots. The remaining lots that are similar to mine are still priced the same. At first glance, I don't believe my contract has language requiring the builder to sell at best available price. I'll be in touch with my attorney today to confirm and review my options (if any). The in-house mortgage broker said the units were appraising above sale price. However, that could have been just talk. I do not know where or how to confirm that info.
Robbie, out of curiosity, what was the outcome in your situation? I'm really not trying to get my hopes up, but I do want to explore my options and hear of any possibilities.
Anna, I will definitely have this discussion with my attorney and agent. It's worth a shot! Even if it's for an extra ceiling light.