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New Construction Tips & Tricks!

Don't get "too excited" about Options & Extras 

Developers are great at getting you excited about the model homes They are known for the tricks they use to pressure you into adding those extras that will increase the purchase price of your home…and before you know it, you are purchasing the most expensive home in the neighborhood.

You should be wary, especially when viewing low priced houses because the expensive add-ons is the area where builders will make the most money.

These extras include things like granite countertops, upgrade cabinets, decks, morning rooms, finished basements, skylights, hardwood floors made from expensive woods and more. Although they may be tempting, at first, keep in mind that too many add-ons can dramatically increase the price of a home and possibly even disqualify your from a loan.

However, this is not to say that you should refuse any add-ons. If you are smart and have someone representing you, the add-ons is the area where builders are willing to negotiate the most. You can get some extras and add-ons that may get you closer to the home of your dreams at no cost at all if you know how to ask at the right moment when you have the most leverage.

The most important thing is deciding what matters to you and your family. Determining which add-on or fixtures will provide a return on your investment later is key….

A consultation with a neutral party that has no vested interest on what to choose or not. . . is a good advice.

Figuring out what your budget is ahead of time, and only then choose the options that you feel will add the most value long term.

Where builders are the most vulnerable on their final price of a new home is around those extras, the add-ons that could make you a great deal or not.

Asking the right way, at the right moment with the right experienced real estate agent could land you a finished basement ….or free granite counters

Use our experience and knowledge to guide you through the process from a neutral perspective.

We don’t care what builder you choose, we care you’ll choose the right one …the first time.

Call 301-246-0001 for direct information about new construction from a neutral party