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Miesha Toler, Both Buyer and Seller in Dover, DE

Do you think that they would come down on the price of this house,and if so about how much?

Asked by Miesha Toler, Dover, DE Wed Mar 4, 2009

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I would never be afraid to make offers on a new construction or older property. Builders especially will negotiate. they will surely try and get as much out of you as possible. What you have to remember and what I tell all my buyers is you are in the driver's seat. I make every concession possible avail to you. Ask for the house and more!
But most importantly is to get an analysis of the pricing for the area. Just because you have new construction or pre construction the price of the area dictates more so what the value is. Make sure you set strategic negotiations in place. Know where you want to be before you start making offers. Be ready with all your information to be informed and make your offer look like the best one they will ever get!

By the way nice model! Very nice looking home... Good Luck!

Larry Sarlo
Weichert Realtors
609-868-1171
http://www.NJHomeHunter.com
Web Reference: http://www.njhomehunter.com
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Miesha,
This home is part of a new community to be built by Don Paparone, Inc. The model is not ready to be viewed yet. You are looking at a preconstruction price. The price is likely to go up once the builder gets the models done. You are also looking at the starting price which will increase if you chose any upgrades. With that said builders have been very motivated and are negotiable and offering a lot of upgrades free or have other specials. But this comes a little later if the homes don't sell quickly enough.
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The property appears to be new construction. The builder may come down in price if he is getting ready to close out the devlopment. If not, and he is just starting, then the price of the property will probably go up as you add in upgrades and options.
The best thing to do would be to visit the site and also look to see if their are any resales in the area that fit your criteria.
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