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3 Things to know about buying a new-construction home

  • 3 Things to know about buying a new-construction home in 799 Fletcher Ln #202  Hayward, CA 94544
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Date : January 15, 2020
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Will this be the year you buy a brand-new home? Don’t be discouraged by news reports claiming that “U.S. homebuilding fell,” or “housing starts dropped.”The scary-sounding numbers are due to a drop in multi-family home building, not single-family.In fact, the single-family home construction market across the country is set to be just fine, with a surge in new building permits late this summer.Moving into a newly-built home is a lot like the first time you sit behind the wheel of a new car but on steroids. No stinky smells from whatever it was the previous occupant were cooking, no greasy range hood and walls, no dinged-up baseboards – everything is new and pristine.While these aspects may make you starry-eyed, there’s the reality to contend with as well. Today we share with you some things to watch for when taking on the purchase of a brand-new home.The builder’s real estate agent:When you drive up to the new home community you’ll notice quickly how you’re directed first to the builder’s office before you get to the model homes. That guy or gal sitting in the office isn’t a receptionist, but the builder’s real estate agent.She or he will show you a map of the buildable lots available, talk to you about the community’s amenities and, naturally, the homes, before sending you on your way to view the models.If you fall in love with one, which is every builder’s goal, you’ll want to get the purchase process underway quickly..........Available full article click here: 3 Things to know about buying a new-construction home

3 Things to know about buying a new-construction home

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