location, location, location

location, location, location

Where you buy not only affects the home's current and future value, but it also affects your lifestyle. Your agent will be able to conduct a more targeted home search if you outline your preferences in neighborhoods and nearby amenities.

#1 Think about the length of time you plan to live in the home

Your agent should be knowledgeable about growth trends

and projections that could affect your investment

 

Here's a checklist of items you should consider and

communicate to your chosen real estate agent. 

nearby

restaurants

and retail

access to major highways

access to public transit

desirable

neighborhoods

proximity to the airport

urban

suburban

or rural

commute

time

school

districts

health care facilities

parks and recreation

 

opting for new home construction

Whether to buy an existing home or have one built is yet another decision to make during the home-buying process.

 

If you decide to go with new construction, a real estate agent can be a powerful advocate in your corner as you negotiate upgrades, a move-in date and other terms

with the home builder.

hover over each topic below to learn more about how real estate agents can help with new construction 

Selecting a Builder

— Name, Title

selecting a builder

— Name, Title

how a real estate agent can help
it's all about timing

Selecting a Builder

— Name, Title

selecting a builder
a note on paying upfront

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