The Market for New Construction? Find a Builder With a Trade-In Program – Realty Times Anyone who has bought a new home knows it can be an exhilarating but nerve-wracking process — especially when it’s a new construction home. The dream of making memories in a place perfectly suited to your family is exciting — … Read More
How to Recover From a Flood When You Don’t Have Insurance Few could have anticipated a storm like Hurricane Harvey. The Category 4 hurricane caused widespread destruction to the Texas Gulf Coast, as well as unprecedented flooding in the Houston metropolitan area. Hundreds of thousands of people — many living outside traditional floodplains — were forced to evacuate their homes as … Read More
Published on: Saturday, May 28, 2016 http://www.nuwireinvestor.com/articles/6-tips-for-negotiating-with-dr-horton-again-63743.aspx When you work with a large production builder like D.R. Horton, you can rest assured your project will be completed both correctly and on time — an ever-so-elusive two-fer when it comes to new construction. These companies build homes in their sleep; they’ve worked out all the kinks, … Read More
Knowing When New Construction Actually Makes More Sense With low interest rates, a lot of people are parking their assets in rental homes — and why not? Hands down, it’s a great investment (if you pick the right one). With ROI (return on investment) as the ultimate goal, potential investors can use a property’s “cap … Read More
When you’re looking to buy a new construction home, you may hear builders use the terms quick-move, move-in ready, or inventory to describe a home they have for sale. If you’re not a real estate expert, you may have some questions about what these terms mean. As the nation’s largest broker of new construction homes, … Read More
There are many reasons to move into a new home construction, but one of the more overlooked benefits is the vastly improved efficiency in newly built homes. On the surface, when we look at a home we tend to see a place to live. We see square footage, bedrooms, and bathrooms but beneath the surface … Read More
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