Keep in mind an average will lump in a variety of parameters, therefore, always best as suggested previously to give a little bit more criteria. However, an average is cerainly available of all homes sold, say for example in the last year, however that information is relatively useless unless all homes are comparable, which it remains to be seen since I don't know that zip code.
You have to use comparable, specific data for an accurate analysis. Sounds like a bulder question? I would recommend Data Quick or your local title company since much new construction isn't even in the MLS, (the source an average realtor uses)-where asking a realtor not equipped for this facet would be useless since they can not claim to know what isn't available to them regarding new construction.
All the best,
2nd- stay AWAY from Neilson realty- and SUNFIRE realty- both have no values or interest for the buyer- just wanting to make their buck (commisison) and walk away. we moved into the area 2 years ago- and expereinced this 1st hand.
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Your best bet is to have your realtor pull comps for similar existing construction to get an idea of where the value is. Once you move in the home is no longer new... just like a car so you will want to know and understand the premium you may be paying for a new build home. That is what I do for my clients.
Hope this helps.
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