New construction homes have a lot of benefits. There’s nothing better than walking into that new house and knowing you are the very first to live in it, knowing how incredibly clean it is, and the fact that you have a lot of options for customization. If you’re considering a construction home, how about you consider a Real Estate agent too? A lot of people say you don’t NEED one, which is true, but should you have one? We think so!
Why? Well first off, they’re free for you. You read me, totally free. Nothing from your pocket. See the agents get paid from the builder, so essentially you have this person really helping you out, doing a lot of the work for you, and you don’t have to pay them a dime. People think that this means your commission goes up, but this is also untrue. Commission comes directly from the builder, so you’ll be paying the same price either way, but with an agent you have help.
If you don’t think you need help, you may be right, but maybe not. You probably don’t NEED help, but wouldn’t it be convenient? You might be able to do the process alone, but buying a house is a daunting task. There’s a ton of people to deal with, and the builder’s on site sales agents are hard to work with. Wouldn’t having someone on your side, who knows the ins and outs of the industry, be easier and more profitable than trying to figure it out on your own?
Plus, there are tons of perks to having an agent! Such as price, you’ll always get the best price when you have an agent. Why? Well qualified Real Estate agents know how to negotiate. They also can get you pre-pricing and potentially discounts for lots before they’re released to the public. Agents can sometimes even get you free upgrades, like that pool you’ve always wanted. Things you would have had a hard time securing on your own.
Lastly, Real Estate agents are houses of information. A Real Estate agent can tell you loads of things you potentially had no idea about. They will know if someone is pushing you around, when you might think you’re getting a good deal. They will know little details that could potentially save you thousands of dollars. Real Estate agents are also the first to hear about different selling phases. Usually pre-sales and first phase’s sales are much cheaper. Your Real Estate will be able to get you this information quickly, allowing you to secure the house you always wanted.
So if you’re looking to buy a new construction home, or even just a home, be sure to call National Realty Group, stop by, or even go on Nationalrealtygroup.com. We will do our very best to answer any questions you have, and set you up with a reliable agent. We’ll do our best to make sure they house you buy, is the one you really want.