North Virginia Real Estate Guide:- Buying a home can be exciting, scary, frustrating or just plain confusing. But when the process is broken down into steps, it isn't quite so overwhelming. First, we'll start with a credit report and pre-qualification. Then we'll take your customized home shopping list and begin looking at current homes for sale. When the right property comes along, we'll be there to negotiate the offering price; assist with all paperwork; negotiate the Loan Rate and Terms; assist in arranging property inspections and attend all inspections.
And finally, we'll make all the arrangements for the closing, where we'll continue to be at your side. Our job isn't to complete until the keys to your new home are in your hands.Many of the homes we find for clients are newly constructed. There are over 1800 new home communities in the greater Washington, DC, area. With lifestyle choices and individual tastes to consider, purchasing a brand new home has many advantages. A selection of the lot style, home style and neighborhood amenities package.
The latest state-of-the-art maintenance-free building materials, as well as the newest appliances and heating and cooling systems. Builders have huge purchasing power and the cost reduction is passed on to the buyer.New homes are required by law to meet strict energy codes, guaranteeing lower energy bills. New homes typically come with a one-year warranty on the home and a five-year warranty on the main appliances. A wide variety of floorplans to choose from; the choice to add or eliminate rooms; the option to upgrade materials or include unique features. The opportunity to choose your preferred interior finishes such as wall and floor coverings, light fixtures, counter tops and window treatments.