New Homes Jacksonville

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Thinking about buying a new home?  As the market has rebounded, it's getting harder to find new homes in Jacksonville due to the demand and builders not being able to keep up.  Use this page to find new construction homes and the newest communities in Jacksonville Florida.  Many of these homes are still under construction, but they are all newly built homes this year.  New listings of new homes are being added daily, so come back often and check out the newest listings.  If you see a home you'd like more info on, please connect with us ASAP!

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There is something nice about a new home that no one else has ever lived in before, and that's just what keeps people buying new homes.  It's also nice that everything in the home is new and with warranties, which reduces the financial strain that comes with typical expensive home maintenance repairs like roofs, HVAC, etc.  

Do you need your own Realtor when buying a new construction home?

Easy answer:  Absolutely!  The licensed real estate agent who works at the builder's model, is almost always both employed by the builder and NOT a REALTOR.  They are there strictly to represent the builder and the builder's best interest.  I can tell you this from experience as I started in real estate as an agent for a large national builder.  New home builders usually use their own written contracts for your purchase that has very tight timelines with very little wiggle room.  The best case scenario is to have your own REALTOR representation to make sure you get the best deal available, to make sure the builder isn't holding your feet to the fire when they've dropped the ball elsewhere, and to help you through all the inspections that you should be doing - even on a new home!  (Trust me - you wouldn't believe some of the issues that a home inspector can find on new construction homes).  

How much do we charge to be your Realtor when buying new construction?

Nothing.  The builder pays our fees at closing, you do not pay us.    

Will you get a better deal by not using a Realtor when buying new construction?

No - Absolutely not.  The builders have factored in your Realtors's fee into their cost.  They do not reduce the price of the home if you don't have a Realtor, and one of the big reasons for this:  They'd destroy their "comps" of recent sales prices.  Obviously, builders want to sell for as much as they can, so reducing the purchase price takes their business model in reverse.  

Does the new home builder want you to have your own Realtor?

YES!  Builders advertise their homes directly to us Realtors, trying to entice us to bring our customers to them.  Not only do they advertise to us, they actually offer many additional bonuses, incentives, gifts, etc.  This is part of their marketing expenses to sell the home, and they know where the ready - willing - and able buyers are:  with professional Realtors.  

Why does a new home builder want you to have your own Realtor?

Two main reasons:  #1 they know you are serious about buying a home if you have a professional Realtor willing to be engaged with you.  #2 Your Realtor will help you through the often long and tedious process of buying new construction, vs their sales agents having to help you. (remember their agents are there to sell homes and write contracts for the builder, on the builders behalf, looking after the BUILDERS best interest - not yours).  

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We look forward to helping you find and purchase your new construction home!

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Listing information last updated on April 28th, 2017 at 11:53am EDT.