New construction can be a slippery slope, figuratively and literally! Buyers think that since an onsite agent exists, they can get all their questions answered and no one will know the wiser. For the most part, that's true. But keep in mind that the onsite agent doesn't work for you, they work for the builder. They are there in their best interest, not yours. For the most, they don't benefit from you using them as your agent or bringing in your own agent. That's where I come in. Having an agent to represent you during the transaction will not only save you time and money, it is also reassuring to know that someone is on YOUR side. Let's be honest, the onsite agent would love to get your business one way or another but during the negotiation process, they often play devil's advocate and will most certainly side with the builder. You need someone in your corner.
I know of many new construction projects going on around the area. If you are considering new construction, give me a shout and let's chat about location and most importantly PRICE.