New Construction Homes

 Why Buy a New Construction Home?


FAVORABLE PRICING: Competition among home builders makes new homes less likely to be overpriced. New homes are easy to compare with other new homes in the market equating value to value. All the homes are the same age and the options are listed up-front with price breakdowns for comparative shopping.

SIMPLIFIED FINANCING: Securing financing is the major obstacle to home ownership. Most home builders have done the legwork for you. They have researched the market and negotiated the best rates for their specific type of housing. Many home builders now include the closing costs in the price of their new home.

HOMESITE SELECTION: Location, Location, Location.” Being able to select the proper home site is almost as important as choosing the correct home to fit the buyer’s lifestyle. Developers and home builders offer a wide selection of sites including golf course, lake front, mountain preserve, mountain view, hillside, cul-de-sac, view lots and more.

COMPATIBLE NEIGHBORS: In most new communities, buyers will be moving in with neighbors in similar circumstances. Often with pre-owned homes, the home buyer finds themselves in a difficult position as the “new kids on the block” unable to quickly fit into long established social situations.

FLOORPLAN OPTIONS: Builders of new homes offer a variety of functional floor plans to fit a buyer’s requirements. If it’s not a “spec home”, the home builder may provide the opportunity to eliminate or add rooms, upgrade materials, include new architectural details and generally customize the home.

CHOICE OF FINISHING: With a new home, it’s possible for the buyer to be “a decorator” before moving in. Choices of carpet, wall coverings, paint colors, lighting fixtures, window treatments, etc. enable the new home owners to live with their personal selections and not be restricted by the taste of the previous owner.

MODERN APPLIANCES: Appliance manufacturers introduce new models every year and home builders are able to offer the latest state-of-the-art equipment at the time of completion of a new home. And, because the builder buys for the entire production of new homes, the builder’s purchasing power can reduce the cost to the home buyer.

LATEST MATERIALS: Low maintenance is one of the most important features of new homes being built today. New technology in building materials have made New Construction Homes   virtually maintenance free, especially the exterior. No longer does a homeowner have to worry about painting every 3 to 5 years.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY: A new home built today is required by law to meet stricter energy codes than homes built in the past when legal codes didn’t exist or were more lenient. Many home builders use materials that are designed to exceed the strict limits in order to produce further savings for their owners.

NEW HOME WARRANTIES: New home buyers are assured of at least a one year warranty on the home itself and most likely five years on major appliances including air conditioning and heating systems. Many of today’s home builders extend structural warranties for a full ten years usually underwritten by insurance companies.

INCREASED LIFE: It is true that all manufactured products have an expected life span. Daily use, weather and quality of care all play a role in longevity. Buying a new home eases the nagging question of “How long before it breaks down?” With a new home the answer is simply, a substantially longer period.

VALUE APPRECIATION: Statistics say that the typical home will need remodeling after a life expectancy of 25-30 years. Since new homes have an assured longer life, appraisals will generally be higher than on comparable existing homes, making the conditions more favorable for future re-sale at appreciated prices.


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Arizona New Construction Home Search


Buying a Newly Built Home? Here’s Why A Real Estate Professional Should Represent You


It might not seem necessary to involve a real estate professional in a transaction where a buyer can deal directly with a builder. Think again! A buyer’s agent, a real estate professional representing the buyer’s interests, can guide you along the right path, smooth the rough places and help ensure you make a decision you can live with (and in) for many years. Here’s how:

  • Just as a real estate professional calls on experience and knowledge of an area to help buyers locate pre-owned homes in a community, he or she can also direct buyers interested in newly built homes to developments and communities that match client specifications.
  • An agent can suggest builders based on their reputation for delivering a high-quality product, responding quickly to issues, and being financially sound.
  • An agent may be familiar with how a builder prices his products and where there may be room to negotiate price or upgrades.
  • Without agent representation, you are one buyer purchasing only one home. But an agent can significantly impact a builder’s bottom line by providing a steady supply of customers. The agent’s leverage may work in your favor at the negotiating table. [Note: The builders require your agent to accompany you on your first visit to the site. If you ignore this policy, you are left without a real estate professional to represent you and to look our for your best interest, not the builders.]
  • The lender approval process may go smoother if an agent schedules visits, accompanies you to lenders, and helps expedite required documents.
  • When relocating to a new area, agents can be particularly valuable resources. In addition to providing local area information regarding schools, day care or elder care services, public transportation, proposed development, and so on, once construction is under way, an agent can periodically stop by the work site, supply you with progress reports, and photograph or videotape phases of the construction.
  • An agent can assist you as you face hundreds of design choices and consider which upgrades could potentially add value to the home when it comes time to sell.
  • An agent can accompany you at the site while you okay the plumbing and electrical locations prior to drywalling, as well as on the walk-through or builder orientation.
  • By now, you should be convinced of a real estate professional’s value as you search for and purchase a newly built home. Still, here’s one more great reason to work with an agent-most often the builder pays the agent’s commission. You enjoy individual attention and support at no cost to you. What a great way to start life in a new home


Are you considering the purchase of a new construction home? Buying a new home in Arizona is a very smart move. With still affordable home prices that are the envy of much of the country, the Arizona new home market is continuing to grow. My database of  new home builders provides information on hundreds of new home developments. Use the database to explore floor plans, select elevations or find a Spec Home that is ready to move into today.  Remember, don’t visit a new home development without Brian Young Real Estate Consultant. We must accompany you on your first visit to any new home development.




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