position.Often times , the builders lender will offer "incentives " to use their mortgage product , but if you only knew how much more that would cost you you probably wouldn't do it . There are alot of issues you can run into. Hope that helps you .
Realty One Group
That is like assuming a new car dealer is going to give you their lowest and best price - just because. You don't get their lowest and best price unless you low what to negotiate for, and then negotiate for it.
The same is true with builders.
Would you like a negotiator on your side? It won't cost you any money and could possibly save you thousands.
Signature Real Estate Group
Call me. ?
New homes are way over priced right now and when you go to resell your home is not "new" any longer and you will be competing with other resale sellers that bought at much lower prices.
Not to mention if the market continues to soften builders will start doing price reductions which means your neighbor might pay THOUSANDS less than you did for the same home.
If you plan to buy it and live there for 10 plus years go ahead and buy. If you plan to sell sooner than that you might want to reevaluate what you are buying. If you would like discuss this further please feel free to reach out.
Builders are already having a tough time selling at the overprice rates and are already starting to offer buyer incentives to try to avoid price reductions. But in time you will see price reductions anyways.
From an agents perspective it is easier to sell you a NEW Build but it is not in your best interest. My 2 cents. I hope this is helpful.
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Even when a home is purchased there is typically a one year warranty. We ca n perform an 11 month inspection for you to submit to the builder prior to the expiration of that warranty. This will support any claims that are recorded with a time and date. I have met with builder representatives at the property, and addressed my findings with them in the clients presence, and the issues were addressed and corrected by the builder.
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns, I am here to help.
Realty One Group
It is easy to find an agent, like myself, who represents buyers without any fees to the buyer.
Signature Real Estate
9525 Hillwood Dr. #120
Las Vegas, NV 89134
Keep in mind that all aspect of the building homes are regulated and inspected by the local government and the construction is controlled by building codes, so you really have not much to worry about. That does not say that builders don't take shortcuts to save money. regardless of all that you are always taking a chance when you are buying a new home if you are not aware of the area where the house is being built.
Feel free to contact me with additional information.
Prudential Americana Group
Its ok not to have an agent if you do not want anyone to represent your interests. However, having said that keep in mind the agents for the builder work for the seller, they are looking after their sellers interest only.
Its always wise to have representation when you purchase a new home .
You would have an agreement with your buyers agent to exercise reasonable skill and care to carry out all the terms of the brokerage agreement and the licensees duties in the agreement.
The agent will disclose who they represent.Your agent will represent your interest in the purchase of a new home
.One example many clients without their own representation have difficulty with is their final walk through.
More often the construction manager will of course represent the builder and rush you through the process . As a client you have the right to have a home inspector find any defects on the property prior to the close of escrow.Your agent will put in writing any and all defects or repairs that need to be done and the agent will check to make sure all the work is done to your satisfaction.
However, without an agent to represent you this most likely would not be approved by the seller.
This is but one instance that occurs when a buyer purchasing a new home has no representation
Wishing you the best .
Helene M Moore
Windermere Prestige Properties
2200 Paseo Verde Parkway suite 160
Henderson Nevada 89052
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It's OK! And....It's a good idea to be represented by a buyer's agent, even when purchasing a new home. As a buyer's agent we work for you and look out for your best interest. We know what to look for to make sure you are protected in the transaction. The new home agent will provide you with everything you need for the purchase and closing of your new home. To have another set of eyes working for you is always a good idea. Contact me with any questions you may have.
Keller Williams Realty
The Market Place Summerlin
10000 W Charleston Blvd. #130
Las Vegas, NV 89135
the agent you bring will be working for you & your best interest, even though as the buyer your not paying your agents commission, it comes from the seller & the escrow your agent may or may not have a small fee for helping you, but it is worth it
thanks for the question
Edward Brooks REALTOR
prudential Americana group realtors
Kim - 702.496.5515
It's more than O.K to have an agent to look after your interest and present you! Keep in mind that when you walk into a new home sales track, the sales persons are representing the seller and have the seller's interest in mind! You are entitled to have your own representation and hire a professional and experienced real estate agent that will make sure that your purchase of the new home will be smooth and work for you...the buyer!
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It's always OK to not have an agent when buying any property... but why would you go through that alone? Working with a real estate agent is nothing but beneficial to you. And you have to remember that the real estate agent for new construction who works for the builder will always try to get the best deal for the builder.
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it's ok.. but it would be better if you would have an agent with you who is on your side and who know does know the ins and outs, what to watch out for.. builders agents work for the builders best interest.. I'm actually doing a quite a lot of new home purchases..
This Is up to you, I wish you good luck, Cindy!
If you might consider the option to get an agent, you can contact me directly below and I would be glad to assist you!
Denny Hebibovich - REALTOR
Realty ONE Group, Inc.
8395 W Sunset Rd #190
Las Vegas, NV 89113
Please don't hesitate to give me a call and I'll be happy to discuss everything with you.
7324 W. Cheyenne #2
Las Vegas, NV 89129
I always recommend that when you are purchasing a new property from the builder that it is your best interest to have an agent represent you. It is just a good idea to have an agent in your corner . If you work with the builder and the builders lender they may not always have your best interest in mind. If something goes sideways during the transaction you are in a much better position when you have a experienced Realtor representing you.
you really should find an agent to represent you. Hopefully you haven't already started communications with the builder you are interested in. It is standard for them to ask you during initial contact as to if you are working with an agent and that is the time you definitely want to have one. If you don't have an agent outside of the builder's, you have no one there for the purpose of looking out for you and making sure you are clear on what you are signing/agreeing to.
I would love to help you with a purchase but regardless, you do need one.
Feel free to call/email me with any questions and good luck to you. Do not sign anything you do not fully understand.
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