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If you can't find a resale home that fits what you are looking for, you want to move into a home that no one have lived in before, or you want the opportunity to choose your floor plan, paint colors, countertops or lot size, new construction homes are the way to go! We have extensive experience working with all the different new home builders in Houston and the new home builders in Austin to make sure you have all of the options available to you.


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While the Sales Counselor will be a valuable resource once deciding on a builder, a Realtor will provide you with multiple different communities and builders to choose from based on your unique criteria and explain the differences between the construction and operations of each builder.

Builders only post about 10% of their inventory online. The only way to know ALL of the homes a builder has available is to visit Every. Single. Model Home. And even then, they may be holding some inventory close to the vest. A Realtor can do all of this work for you, creating a comprehensive list of every community and home available, saving you a lot of time and headache.

A Realtor can help you negotiate extras. Some builders price their homes with thousands of dollars in wiggle room while others don't have any negotiation ability at all. While each builder is different, a Realtor with new construction expertise understands each business model, knows how to get their bottom line and can ensure you are getting the best deal possible.

The Sales Counselor is the builder's employee. It's vital you hire someone to advocate for your best interest, because at the end of the day that's what the sales counselor will be doing for the builder. The sales counselor has no legal obligation to do what's best for you and your pocket book. When you hire a Realtor, they are your fiduciary and have a legal requirement to do exactly that.

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