Builders' sales contracts are written by their attorneys. They do not use those promulgated by the TX Real Estate Commission (TREC). Guess whose side they favor.
You are essentially going into perhaps the most significant (and costly) transaction of your life, without anyone representing you, or looking out for your best interests. The individual who sold you the home works for the builder, and likely doesn't even have a real estate license. His/her sole objective was to sell you that house.
Yes, by all means get with an attorney before signing the contract.
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