New Construction Homes in Harford County, & Baltimore County
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More About New Construction Homes
There's nothing quite like that new home smell, and when you live in Harford or Baltimore County, there are plenty of outstanding options to choose from. Wondering what the process of buying a new home is like? In reality, it's really not too different from the regular home-buying process...and there are a number of extra benefits that make it well-worth it! Here’s everything you need to know about buying new construction in Harford County & Baltimore County—from the benefits to featured neighborhoods to the step-by-step process!
Why Choose New Construction?
Since newly constructed homes are, well, new, they're made for modern living. Buyers can enjoy highly sought-after features like open floor plans, expansive windows, breathtaking master suites, and gourmet kitchens.
You won't have to worry about unexpected costs that come with replacing old hot water heaters or busted washers and dryers. When you buy new, all of your appliances will be new, too.
Energy Efficient Features
Many new homes come decked out with Energy Star certifications, from efficient lighting to more effective insulation. Even if your home doesn't have all the bells and whistles, it'll still be more efficient than older homes.
The last thing you want is to find something wrong with your home right after you pour your money into it. Luckily, most builders offer included structural warranties and many other warranties made to protect your investment.
What color paint do you want in the living room, kitchen, and bedrooms? Do you want crown molding throughout the ground floor? Or maybe an extra room? The degree of customization varies by home, but when you buy new construction, you can pick and choose what you want.
Spotlight New Construction Communities
Brand new luxury villas coming in the Fall of 2019 built . by D.R. Horton America's Builder.
Ryan Homes is building a gorgeous new community with single-family and townhomes within the Bel Air School District.
Greenleigh at Cross Roads
This upscale community in the heart of Baltimore County is the urban livestyle you don't want to miss out on.
New Construction Buying Guide
Ready to find that perfect new home in Harford County & Baltimore County? Here are the steps you'll need to take.
Find an Agent First
Buying and selling new construction is different than regular buying and selling—and finding an agent who knows their way around the process is the key to a successful and stress-free real estate journey.
Every builder is different, so doing your research is key! Ask around for recommendations from friends and family, check out reviews online, and give us a call to learn more about our top choices for local builders.
Explore the Area
Finding the right neighborhood is just as important as finding the right home. Take some time to explore the neighborhoods in Harford and Baltimore County, and see what kinds of amenities they offer, their price points, and the available styles.
Determine What's Included
Many times, model homes are equipped with special features that aren't included in the base price. If you have a budget set in stone, then you should be sure to ask the builder or your agent about what's included and what'll cost you a little extra.
Find Out What's Covered
While warranties are a big benefit of new construction, you should be sure you know what exactly is covered, from the structure to the roof to the appliances. Check with the builder or your agent to get the details.
Most builders won’t drop the price on their homes...so you’ve got to get a little creative. We can help you negotiate in other ways, like throwing in additional features at no cost or getting the builder to cover the closing costs.
Inspect, Inspect, Inspect!
New doesn't mean perfect! Even though all of the appliances are shiny and the floors are scuff-free, there could still be underlying issues in the home. As a way to protect your investment, have the home inspected before you sign those closing papers.
Ready to Find Your New Construction Home?
If you're thinking of buying a new construction home in Harford County & Baltimore County, then it's time to contact us at the Lee Tessier Team. Not only do we have years of experience in new construction real estate, but we also know all about the ins and outs of the area and the buying process! If you're ready to get started, give our team a call today!