Hilton Head Island, Bluffton, & The Surrounding SC Lowcountry
From coastlines and marshes to woodlands and wildlife, Hilton Head Island is one of the most beautiful places on earth. If you want to own a piece of all this island has to offer, you need more than just an average real estate agent. You need a partner who can make things happen, make a real difference and still make it all look easy. You need a partner like Hilton Head Island Real Estate Brokers. Selling your first home or last – we put you in a perfect place.
Buying a new home can be a truly rewarding experience, especially as you’ll be the first person to live in it. You get to choose the all the finishes and options that make your home ready for you to enjoy.
The National Association of REALTORS report that 70% of new construction homes sales are conducted with the assistance of a REALTOR. Your Realtor will be your advocate throughout the entire process, providing you with trusted representation.
It’s important to remember that you should engage the services of a REALTOR before visiting the builder. In most cases the builder/developer will require that we register your name with them and make the first initial visit.
Absolutely! Be sure to choose a real estate agent that is experienced in selling new construction in the area that you are interested in. An experiences new construction REALTOR will be able to guide you through the process and help you avoid potentially expensive mistakes.
Most developers/builders will have a marketing budget that includes paying Realtors a commission on new homes they sell. It is unlikely that that the builder will reduce the price of the home if you do not use a Realtor.
A good Realtor should be there for you from beginning to end (and beyond) of the entire process.
One of the most important is helping you work within your budget to find the right community and importantly the find the best lot selection. An experienced Realtor will always advise to buy with resale in mind and often the homesite can make all the difference. They will also be able to help you review and explain the sales contract (builders are notorious for long complicated contracts that can seem very one-sided), negotiate upgrades, review your mortgage options and so much more.
Remember, when dealing directly with the developers/builder’s salesperson know that they are working for their employer and not necessarily representing your best interests. builder. If you ultimately decide not to have a REALTOR help you, then be aware you’ll have no representation on your side.
The Realtor that you hire works for you. They should be looking out for your best interest. Period.
If at any time during the listing period you are not completely satisfied with the service you’re receiving – and the problem cannot be resolved – just notify us in writing and you’ll be released from your contract.