It’s also important to remember that changes concerning the building of your home are easy to make as builders remain flexible to the buyer’s criteria and needs.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (PRWEB)
December 14, 2017
Having a new home built can be a dream come true. “However, many first-time home buyers have no knowledge of the process,” said Realtor Jocelyn Cuty, of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices.
To educate those who are determined to have a new home built, Cuty, who has specialized in new construction for 22 years, dispels the following three myths:
No. 1: Building a new home is stressful. One of the most common myths associated with the new home construction process is that it is always complicated and stressful. “While unexpected issues are always a possibility, the builder looks for ways to keep the process as smooth as possible,” said Cuty. “It’s also important to remember that changes concerning the building of your home are easy to make as builders remain flexible to the buyer’s criteria and needs.”
No. 2: Building a new home takes a long time. Choosing new construction will take longer than moving into an existing home or a quickly made production home, “but you’d be surprised at how quickly the homebuilding process can move along when you’re working with the right builder,” noted Cuty. “From the very start, the right builder will follow and adapt to a schedule in order to ensure that progress is made on a buyer’s home weekly with staff onsite daily.”
No. 3: Building a new home is expensive. Buyers ought to know that they only need to put 3.5-5% down for a new construction house. “There are even opportunities to put 0 down, if the buyers are qualified,” concluded Cuty.