Q: I am interested in new construction, do I need a REALTORⓇ?

Good question! Yes, I would say that having your own representation as a buyer, regardless of the type of property you purchase, is always a smart choice. Your advocate will help guide you through the whole home buying process before even reaching the question to buy a pre-owned or new home. When you’re ready to view homes, you should want to look at both types of homes in order to determine if a pre-owned home or a brand new home is the better choice for you. Brand new homes come at a premium price because your’re paying for the ability to customize the home to your wants and needs. But there is a pricing difference between completed new construction (sometimes called a model or a spec home) and a “to-be-built” new home and I would be happy to explain further.

Q: Is the home buying process/timeline the same if I were to buy a new build compared to an existing home?

While there are many similarities, the process is actually quite different. The timeline depends on whether you choose to purchase a completed new construction home or a to-be-built home. Reach out to me and I would be happy to walk you through the process.

If you have questions regarding new construction, I would be more than happy to help! I am a GRI (Graduate of the Realtor Institute), which is to say that I have completed the 90-hour, 4-test course that has trained me in the fine points of:

  1. Residential Construction, Appraisal and Inspection
  2. Investment, Taxation & Financial Planning
  3. Business Planning, Technology, & Ethics
  4. Listing & Selling

If you or perhaps someone you know are thinking about making the move but have questions on how to get started please feel free to reach out to me. I would love to help in any way I can.

Jason Kraemer // 612-308-8574 // Jason@JasonKraemer.com