Why You Need A Real Estate Agent When Purchasing New Construction In Texas City

Dated: December 29 2015

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Many people think that when they decide to purchase a new construction home that the builder's sales agent is all that is needed. Most of the builder's sales agents will discourage the buyer from having a Buyer's Agent by offering sale incentives or upgrades. If you choose to move forward without representation you may be making a costly mistake!


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Your Buyer's Agent can make sure you are getting the best deal available by helping you to negotiate the sell price, shop for mortgage loans and title companies to close with. A Buyer's Agent can also help keep the closing on track to close on time and help you with final inspections.

When choosing a Realtor to help you with a new construction purchase, choose someone like myself who has experience with new construction. I was a sales agent for Royce Homes when Royce built Kemah Oaks in 1999. Royce provide all their sales staff with not only sale's training, but we also have go through a week of on site construction training to identify and flaws from ground up.

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