How to Buy New Construction Homes in Las Vegas

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New builders have their own sales agents, but they represent the builder. Having a buyer’s agent to represent your interests is a sensible decision, and there is no fee for the service.  Having a buyer’s agent has a number of benefits when purchasing a new build:

  • Thorough knowledge of the discounts and incentives builders will provide, including those that they do not advertise
  • Agent experience in negotiating with new builders on issues such as discounts, upgrades, closing costs, additional landscaping, paid HOA fees, etc.
  • Arrange inspections, even where the builder is resistant to this. Builders will often try to steer buyers away from getting an inspection if they do not have an agent
  • Experience in reviewing builder’s contracts and getting potential pitfalls eliminated
  • Weigh up the pros and cons of using the builder’s lender
  • The buyer agent fee does not get added to the sales price, as builders have a separate budget for paying the buyer agents


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