We've worked with Healy Homes on several occasions and have found they build a beautiful home. As you'll likely find with any builder, some homeowners are going to come away from the experience with praise for the builder and others will come away disappointed. From our experience, most issues can be resolved during the building process. As several other Realtors have pointed out in this forum, working with an agent experienced in the new home construction process can often be the difference in a positive or negative experience.
We would be happy to listen to any concerns you might have about the process and discuss - please don't hesitate to contact us!
All the best,
New Home Experts Realty
When buying new construction you will want to make sure you have a qualified Agent to represent you. An agent that sells new construction will know what "extras" are and are not included. These extra can add 30K+ to a sales price.
You will definitely need gutters, water softener, and landscaping. The water is hard water-- it's a community well even though you pay the County for water/sewer. Most big builders say you don't need gutters but if you don't want water in your basement or your landscaping swept away you will want them.
Other than watching out for those items which you will need with any new construction the neighborhood in Carriage Club is great and if you have young children they would be part of Hardy Elementary. If you have anymore questions about the builder or other developments just shoot me an email or text.
I actually have represent many Builders in the area, and have helped my clients through the process and negotiated upgrades.
Give me a call or send me an e-mail,