Thinking about a move in 2023? It is vitally important to know that when you visit a new construction community, the onsite sales agent represents the builder only. The onsite sales agent will be helpful and friendly. They will provide you with lots of information. But always keep in mind that the onsite sales agent has the builder’s interest at heart and they do not represent you.
Other things to remember when you start to talk with the onsite sales agent:
- An onsite agent is glad to tell you about the community and homes that are being built. They will answer your questions about the community. If you have questions about doctors and medical options, property taxes, or future development in the area, it is your responsibility to verify the answers.
- Builders and onsite agents are glad for you to bring your own agent and happy to work with the agent representing you. It provides someone knowledgeable and experienced looking out for you and your interests if you have a buyer’s agent
- Builders do not typically negotiate price. This is true whether you have an agent or not. However, with an experienced and knowledgeable agent’s advice, you’ll have a key ally to help you navigate the process.
- A buyer’s agent works solely for you. With our experienced team of agents, you’ll know how to pick the best homesite for you. We’ll also attend key meetings during the building process and recommend experienced home inspectors.
Deciding to build a new home can be excited but also potentially overwhelming. You’ll have the opportunity to choose your floorplan, homesite, and design options. Call our team at 678-252-9477 to make your experience as stress-free as possible.