Ready to Buy a New Constructed Home? Watch This First!

Dated: January 21 2019

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If you are interested in buying a new construction, the builder's agent will be ready to help you with the process. But make no mistake: You need your own real estate agent from the day one. Even if you sign up with the builder's on-site agent, you're going to want someone representing your side of the deal from the very first day!



The #1 benefit in using a Realtor - The new home seller pays for it.

When you choose a Realtor, by law, Realtors legally have a fiduciary duty (the highest responsibility) to get you the best deal, the most favorable terms, and look out for your best interests. Realtors are overseen by your State Real Estate Commission, are professionals and are there to advise you for FREE.

If you do not have a Realtor with you, you are going in blind and are severely at a disadvantage in contracts and negotiating with someone sellers (to include builders). If you intend to hire a realtor, you must do so before walking into the property the first time. Make sure you take that Realtor with you. If the seller or home builder will not recognize your Realtor, go elsewhere.

Ready to go buy that new construction home? Call me and we can go today!




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Kenneth Manesse

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