New Construction Homes in Ocala and Marion County can offer a lot of value to first time home buyers and those looking to move up to their dream home.
New Homes For Sale in Marion County
Driving around the area it won’t take you long before you see new construction homes in Ocala FL on about every other street. As the housing shortage has continued, home builders have been working in overdrive to build new homes! There are long time builders stable in the area and a lot of new “Ma and Pa” type builders who are building homes. The prices for lots have gone up a bit but still not to the levels we saw in 2006.
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New Construction Homes offer a lot of value and can be an exciting journey, whether you’re buying a spec home, a builders model or even starting from scratch and building your custom dream home. If you can’t find the home you’re looking for as a resale then building might be a good fit for you.
If you’re interesting in buying new construction, give us a call today and let our experience and expertise in the new build process assist you with your purchase! I am familiar with the builders and the communities in the area and I can help make your dream built into reality! Give me a call today and let’s discuss your options that fit the budget you have in mind.
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FAQ’s about New Construction
How long does it take to build a new home?
It really depends on the home and how you’re paying for it. If you’re building a custom home, then working with the architect on the drawings and plans can take anywhere from a couple weeks to months. Once the home plans are done and the cost is determined it’s time to get financed (unless you’re paying cash) and get your loan approved which can take another 4 to 6 weeks. After loan approval, the builder needs to pull permits which again can take 4 to 6 weeks and once the permits are back the build process can take 3 to 9 months depending on the builder and how available their sub contractors are.
What’s the difference between a custom home builder and a production builder?
Custom home builders are willing to change just about anything about a home; they’re completely customizing the home to fit your vision and dream. A production builder is going to stick with a certain plan and may make changes to faucets, fixtures, flooring, colors but they aren’t going to move walls or change the architecture.