It's important to choose an agent at the beginning of your search for a home because many will not charge you for their services if they can receive payment from the builder or seller. Unfortunately, that option is no longer on the table if you're already established communication with the builder without your own agent.
I suggest that if its very important to you and the builder can not move the wall/fence, you might want
to consider looking into another subdivision.
As my fellow Realtor mentioned, its always on the buyer's interest to have a representation since the agents that work on the new home sales office are representing the seller and not you.
Without a buyer's representation, you are pretty much on your own.
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Purchasing a home is just like going to court. There are many rules and processes to follow. Every Buyer needs to do the same preparation as if they are going into court.
#1 - Have your own representation. You need an independent person working for you, looking out for your best interest. When purchasing a property, this representation typically comes at no cost to you. The cost of the Buyer representation is already figured in the sale price. You do not get a deal by going it alone. The Seller just keeps the money that the Buyer representation does not get.
#2 - Listen to nothing the other side says to you. The other side wants your money. It is a simple concept. The other side does not work for you and does not have your best interest in their heart. That's is why they are called the Sellers agent.
#3 - Look for an agent with a Certified New Home Specialist (CNHS) designation. They work with the new home Builders and can move mountains to make a new home Buyer happy. Any agent can represent you when working with a new home builder. The CNHS designation shows a specialty and skill set that is available at no cost to you.
As stated in other messages, the building plan for the offsites has been approved and permits issued. If an HOA is involved, you will need to contend with their requirements. Setbacks are set when the development is designed and authorized by the Building Department.
A custom builder may be able to move stuff, but be ready to pay for his trouble. An CNHS working for you typically can mitigate any cost to you as they bring a lot of business to the Builder.
I suggest you ask the builder to do what you want. All they can say is no. In many cases they will say yes and it will not be done when you are ready to close and inspect the property.
Let us know what the Builder says and what the end result is. We are always wanting to do business with the unusual Builder that will go the extra mile to make a Buyer happy.
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If not me I still HIGHLY recommend a qualified Realtor to assist your interest.
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There are many details to buying a new home and in a lot of cases I can help save you thousands of dollars as opposed to dealing with the builder directly.
Please do not hesitate to give me a call and I would be happy to discuss everything with you in detail so you can get the contract structured to protect your needs.
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