Boise Area New Construction Homes - Treasure Valley, Idaho

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New Construction Homes In The Boise Area

Whether you are a first time home buyer or a move up buyer, turning to the new construction home buying option is growing in popularity in today's market. Motivations for building a new house versus buying an existing home are diverse . Some are looking for the custom house of their dreams, others decide to build because of lack of existing home inventory (especially in today's market) or perhaps they have some special need that can't otherwise be accommodated. Regardless of the reasons, deciding to build a house is a big decision that can easily go awry, but with a little research and education, building your dream home can be a smooth process with only a few bumps along the way.
Choosing a builder is perhaps the most important first step because a mistake here will certainly cause an enormous amount of heartburn along the way and spoil what would otherwise be an exciting and enjoyable time in your life. (Read more below)

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Be Sure To Consult A Boise REALTOR®

Beware of the builders who attempt to persuade you to go it alone without representation from a real estate agent, oftentimes they simply want to pocket more money from the transaction at your expense. There may be a temptation on the part of the home buyer to try to save a little money by eliminating a commission but at the end of the day, how will you really know whether the builder truly reduced the final purchase price? If you have been through this process before then foregoing expert representation may be an option, but most home buyers are not experienced enough nor have the time to tend to the myriad of small details that can determine ultimate satisfaction with the process and the resulting house.

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To ensure that you get started off on the right foot, interview several builders and do your homework by thoroughly vetting them by talking to prior clients, checking for proper licensing and liability/workers compensation insurance coverage, validating the accuracy of past complaints and testimonials, and knowing the terms of the new home warranty the builder offers. Talk to your trusted real estate agent before making a decision so you can benefit from their knowledge, as well as their contacts within the industry. Know what you want and whether a particular builder's design sense is a good match with yours. Of course, knowing how the final purchase price will be determined and getting it in writing is of extreme importance, as is having a firm completion date in writing including penalties for needless delays that are well within the contractors control.

Boise New Construction Negotiation Tips

Know the difference between the needs that you must have, that are non-negotiable, versus your wants that you can afford to compromise; be prepared to negotiate away some of those "want" items to ensure your non-negotiable needs will be realized in the completed build job. Often times the home's finishes fall into the "want" category so this is where knowing what you need/want comes into play. Lighting and plumbing fixtures, quality of floor coverings and counter tops, cabinet and door hardware, windows, carpentry trim, and landscaping options will significantly sway the final purchase price so stick to your budget and be willing to negotiate on some of these finishes.

Treasure Valley New Construction Demand On The Rise

Demand for new construction in the Treasure Valley real estate market continues to be on the rise, and has been a strong market trend since the real estate market started to recover a few years ago. One of the drivers of this trend is the migration of many retirees relocating to Treasure Valley, referred to as the Silver Tsunami by local trend demographers. If you are considering retiring to the Treasure Valley and building a new house, then you will be in good company. Many retirees choose new construction because they know exactly what they are looking for in their "right sized" retirement dream home and just need a knowledgeable real estate professional to help them negotiate the nuances of the new real estate environment they relocated to.

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Listing information last updated on August 18th, 2017 at 12:37am MDT.