7 Deadly Pitfalls to Avoid in Purchasing A New Home
Fred DeFalco has been a liaison between the builder and home buyer for 42+ years. Fred can represent you in a new home purchase anywhere in the world with his national and international network!
A new home purchase should be a dream come true, not a nightmare as this ABC News report
1) NOT HAVING THE RIGHT AGENT REPRESENT YOUR INTEREST
Fred has 42+ years of experience in real estae and has been both a developer and builder. With Fred you will receive VIP treatment from any builder.
2) NOT HAVING PROPER LEGAL REPRESENTATION FROM THE BEGINNING
Many people use the common mistake of using the services of their family or business attorney. Fred's attorneys are experts in real estate law and are well versed in the new home buying process. With Fred you will receive VIP treatment from his attorneys.
3) HAVING THE WRONG INSPECTOR INSPECT YOUR NEW HOME OR NOT INSPECTING AT ALL
Fred makes sure the inspector used on your new home is well versed in new construction. With Fred you will receive VIP treatment from his real estate inpsectors.
*As a gift, Fred will cover the cost of inspection at closing.
4) NOT BEING FAMILIAR WITH BUILDER'S REPUTATION, SUBCONTRACTORS, & STAFF
Fred will not work with any builder or sell you a new home until he makes sure you are workin with only the BEST. With Fred you will receive VIP treatment from these Builders, Subcontractors, and Staff.
5) MAKING BUYING DECISIONS ON EMOTIONS VS. LOGIC & FACTS
Fred's job is not to ensure you make the decision you WANT, but the decision you WON'T regret. With Fred you will receive VIP treatment.
6) COMMUNICATION PLAN
When there is no clear communication plan to set up in the beginning of the transaction, it usually ends in costly mistakes. Fred's communication plan with the builder is always in writing before any contract is signed. As always, with Fred you will receive VIP treatment.
7) PUNCH LIST
The proverbial punch-list. A punch list are items that need to be completed or mistakes were made and need to be corrected. Many builder’s contracts want you to close on your transaction and worded where the punch list is the rule, versus the exception. Fred makes sure this language is in your favor and not the builder’s. Sometimes there may be a few items time may not permit to have completed, or an appliance is damaged and on back order. But, your punch list should only be the exception, not the rule.
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