New Construction Homes | Boulder Real Estate Agent
If you are looking for a Boulder County home you may want to consider new construction. There are many reasons why buyers choose new construction. Location and the ability to customize are among the most important reasons for many buyers.
In most residential transactions involving pre-existing homes in Colorado the standard form contract to buy and sell real estate is used. Not so in most new construction deals. Builders, including the likes of Lennar, Shea Homes and CalAtlantic, almost universally use their own contracts, which are often exceedingly long and confusing. It’s important to have an experienced and knowledgeable real estate agent on your side who can assist you as you navigate process. And, before you sign, it’s also a good idea to have a real estate attorney review the contract as well.
While much of the new construction in the area is taking place in on the Weld County side of Erie (e.g., Colliers Hill, Erie Highlands, Morgan Hill, and Vista Ridge) and in Broomfield (e.g., Vista Highlands, Anthem, and ) there are many new subdivisions cropping up throughout Boulder County as well. Some of the Boulder County options include Lost Creek Farm, Compass, Brenna by the Lake, and Candlelight Estates in Erie, attached and detached homes by Remington Homes, Wonderland Homes and Thrive in the Downtown Superior neighborhood, Provenance, Fairview, Parks at Stonebridge and Sienna Park in Longmont, and S’Park, Alpine-Balsam, Pearl 21, and the Mark on Pearl in Boulder, among others.
If you’re looking to purchase a new construction home contact Boulder real estate agent Ashley Newell today. Her expertise can help guide you through the process with confidence and ease. And because builders do not no increase (or decrease) their prices when you have an agent representing you, there is no reason not to. You can have expert guidance and an advocate on your side throughout the process, and it doesn’t cost you a thing.