There Are Folks Who Just Want New

Dated: June 28 2019

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Originally posted 05/19/2019

Buying New Home Construction From Builders

"New home buyers don't want a used house when only new home construction will do. They don't want to inherit somebody else's worn carpeting, personal taste in kitchen appliances, or look at some kid's initials scrawled into once-wet cement. The home must be brand spankin' new, fresh and clean without so much as a finger print on the walls.

If this describes you, and you have always fantasized about buying a brand new home of your dreams, here are a few tips that can help you to protect yourself—to make the process a pleasant experience."

Are you one of these 'new home buyers'? I'm your guy! 

Read the full article here: https://www.thebalance.com/buying-new-home-construction-from-builders-1798334  

Topics that author Elizabeth Weintraub covers are ...

  • Hire Your Own Agent at the Start of Your Hunt to Buy New Construction

  • Don't Automatically Use the Builder's Lender

  • Obtain Legal Advice Before Buying a Brand New Home

  • Verify Options and Upgrade Prices

  • Check Out the Builder's Reputation

  • Hire a Home Inspector When Buying New Construction

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