$153 per square foot. I agree you need to know where 540 is going but at the rate they build roads around here who knows if they will ever pull it off. Just make sure you have a buyer agent and not the on-site. They by real estate law must disclose they work for the builder not you and buyer agents cost you nothing but will give you peace of mind. Sitting inventory is the best bargin out there right now but our adveage good /bad/ugly negotiation is still under 4% but we have had great sucess with national production builders with some deals of over 200k on million dollar homes. I think our highest is 18% and in general a custom builder can not unless in financial distress do anything like the national builder can do when it come to taking a loss. We would be happy to help. firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Highcroft Village is realtively new. They started building in January. It'll look very similar to Highcroft once it's completed. The subdivision has custom higher end homes from the high 400s-600s. You'll find basements in some as well. Highcroft Village will have about 113 homes once this phase is completed. Currently there are 20 inventory homes-some that are ready to be occupied. The next phase will have another 150 approximately. The pool and a toddler playground is supposed to go in next Spring as well as walking trails.
Highcroft has 18 resale homes ( 1 is a bank owned ) and 1 new construction for sale. Depending on what you're looking for I'd take a look at the inventory and compare it to the new construction. You may get a better deal with a resale.
The biggest difference between Highcroft Village and Highcroft will be the proximity to 540. The latter being much closer.