Triangle New Home Building and New Construction
Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake, Durham, and Orange Counties comprise the Triangle real estate market. New home building over the last few years had taken a downturn but is coming back at present. New home construction in all of Wake County, Durham County, Orange County, & Johnston County, North Carolina NC has not slowed as much as most markets even with the recent national slow down. As the Triangle real estate market has picked up, this has led to the entrance of many national, large volume Real Estate Home Builders into the Raleigh/RTP/Research Triangle real estate market.
Having the large volume production builders has afforded many 1st time home buyers the ability to purchase a new home, it has also pushed many of the Triangle custom home builders out of the real estate market and has supported a growing trend of meeting only minimal new home building standards and North Carolina real estate building codes. However, quality built new homes and Real Estate can still be found in Raleigh, Apex, Cary, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest and the surrounding RTP/Wake County NC area if you know how to recognize good home construction practices.
It is important to know the difference between Custom New Construction Home Builders and Production New Home Builders.
Whether you are building your first home, buying a luxury estate home in the Triangle area of North Carolina, remember: The onsite agent you meet in the model home of a new construction neighborhood is working for the Builder – not you. Do not consider going through any stage of the new home building process without having your own exclusive home buyers agent, on YOUR side 100% dedicated to representing you, the home buyer, at every stage in the intricate process of building a new home in Raleigh, Cary, Wake Forest, Durham, Chapel Hill, North Carolina NC.
There are many details to consider when working with Triangle NC Home Builders:
- Who are the quality new home builders in the Triangle NC area?
- How will I know if I’m getting a well built home?
- Do I really need to hire a private home inspector for new home construction?
- Isn’t the municipal home inspector looking out for me the Home Buyer?
- Can I use the Home Builder’s contract?
- Should I use the Home Builder’s Attorney and/or the Builder’s Lender?
- Do I have to close on the contracted closing date if the new home is not completed to my satisfaction?
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“Some home builders can intimidate you, but [our agent] would get out there and point out every little thing that wasn’t right. [Our Real Estate Home Buyers Agent] let us know what our rights were and wouldn’t let them pressure us into closing until everything was fixed. We really got our money’s worth.” Charlie and Sandy Jameson
Whether you are building your first home in the Raleigh, Cary, Wake Forest, Durham or Chapel Hill area or Building your dream Luxury Estate home anywhere in RTP/Wake County, FOR HomeBUYERS’ Real Estate Agents will answer the above New Home Building questions and many more questions while guiding you through the complicated Home Building process. Our Exclusive Home Buyer’s Agents continually monitor the Raleigh Home Building progress to ensure that you are getting a quality constructed new home completed to your satisfaction.
BEWARE: The real estate agents you meet at new construction and new home sub-division sites represent the Home Builders. At best, they might offer to represent You and the Builder which is Dual Representation and they would not be able to answer the above real estate home building questions in an unbiased manner.
***Many of the Home Builder Representatives you meet are Employees of the Builder and are NOT Real Estate Agents. Therefore, Triangle home builders and their building and new home construction associates are not bound by any legal obligations to honestly disclose critical real estate, new home building and construction information to you. It is the same as though you were talking to a For Sale By Owner home seller.