New Construction Real Estate & Homes for Sale
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When you are looking for a home, one of the options that you may consider is a new construction home. New Construction homes have many benefits and can be found in the many areas of the city. Most of the new construction homes in the downtown area are infill single family, townhomes, condos. Infill is a new construction home built in an existing neighborhood.
If you also want a new neighborhood, you can look to the track builders in the suburban areas of Nashville. You will find a mostly single family homes, with some townhomes and condominiums.
What To Expect In A New Construction Home
Some of the things that you may find in a new construction home include:
• Home Warranty. The State of Tennessee requires that all new homes have a minimum of a one year warranty. The details of the warranty vary from builder to builder. You may also have an extended warranty on the foundation. Make sure that you pay attention to these documents.
• Efficiency. New homes are built to higher energy efficiency standards and tend to have lower utility bills than older homes. In addition to Green certifications, look for things like Energy Star appliances and windows.
• Amenities. Many of these new homes are located in neighborhoods or developments with amenities like clubhouses, swimming pools, play areas and walking trails.
Things To Consider Regarding A New Construction Home
- Have a home inspection performed to make sure that everything was built properly. Even though it's a new home, you want to make sure that these items are up to standards. It's not uncommon for an inspection to uncover a page full of items that were missed.
- Every builder is required to obtain an Occupancy Permit before you are allowed to move into the home. You also want to make sure your builder to records a Notice of Completion prior to the closing.
- New homes are being sold quicker than they can be built in Nashville. You need an experienced agent to walk you through this process because it's too easy for your new build to get off track.