As a former realtor I STRONGLY advise you to do your research first. Visit and speak with residents of previously built DR properties or subdivisions. Find out what their experiences were like and if they are still satisfied living there.
From what I've read online, many residents have complaints and wish they never bought from DR Horton. Search Google and read what residents wrote. Also www.zillow.com Q & A forum has many posters complaining there too.
FYI - Never assume a home built after 2012 is in better condition than an older home. When you purchase a house, you will have contingencies in your contract for inspections, financing, appraisal. You can have as many types of inspections as you wish (roof, termites, mold, etc.) so older homes will need to pass inspections if the owners want to sell.
On the flip side, a new home can be built with lower cost materials, poor supervision, subcontractors who can be illegal immigrants, etc.... more
Ask other agents to let you sit in on their open houses. This is a great place to get your own buyers. You can get some good information on how to capture buyers on this article http://www.parkplacenetwork.com/article2000 Good luck!... more