New Home Sales


Gary and Justin both started their real estate careers as on-site sales counselors for national builders. With over 13 years of combined experience in the new home industry, Gary and Justin are market specialist who offer a thorough knowledge of new home construction, and how to successfully negotiate builder incentives and options pricing. After determining your areas of interest and price range, the Miles will create an itinerary of homes and floor plans to match your real estate requirements, negotiate the price, review financing options and help you determine the mortgage that’s best for you, then manage and attend the closing transaction.

If you decide to work with us as your buyer agents to purchase a new construction home, we will:

  • Explain the positives as well as the negatives about purchasing a new home versus a previously owned home, based on over 13 years of combined experience as on-site sales representatives for national homebuilders.
  • Discuss the pros and cons of purchasing a spec home under construction or already built.
  • Discuss the pros and cons of purchasing a pre-construction home that will be built to include more of your specifications.
  • Discuss the pros and cons of purchasing a close-out home.
  • Make sure that the builder is contractually obligated to pay their fair pro-rata share of the taxes. This is especially important when buying a spec home because once the home is finished the taxes will accrue at “completed home” rates.
  • Determine if the builder offers an implied warranty vs. extended warranty and fully explain the differences to you
  • Discuss the pros and cons of considering a contingency contract.
  • Provide lending alternatives to the builder’s mortgage company to ensure the best financing for your individuals needs.
  • Review builder contingencies and explain your cancellation rights, liabilities, and legal commitments.
  • Verify Option and Upgrade Pricing
  • Determine if your lender will lend on all the options / upgrades you have chosen.
  • Find out whether the builder sells to investors or requires all of their homes to be owner occupied.
  • Refer licensed and accredited Home Inspectors for you to select from
  • Personally review all closing documents and other related closing issues to ensure accurate reporting and appropriate fees.
  • Walk you through the closing process and explain the closing documents to make sure you are thoroughly educated and in agreement with the process and closing documents.
  • Attend the closing with you to ensure a successful transaction and provide you with complete confidence right through the signing of the closing documents.

Gary and Justin both started their real estate careers as on-site sales counselors for national builders. With over 13 years of combined experience in the new home industry, Gary and Justin are market specialist who offer a thorough knowledge of new home construction, and how to successfully negotiate builder incentives and options pricing. After determining your areas of interest and price range, the Miles will create an itinerary of homes and floor plans to match your real estate requirements, negotiate the price, review financing options and help you determine the mortgage that’s best for you, then manage and attend the closing transaction.

If you decide to work with us as your buyer agents to purchase a new construction home, we will:

  • Explain the positives as well as the negatives about purchasing a new home versus a previously owned home, based on over 13 years of combined experience as on-site sales representatives for national homebuilders.
  • Discuss the pros and cons of purchasing a spec home under construction or already built.
  • Discuss the pros and cons of purchasing a pre-construction home that will be built to include more of your specifications.
  • Discuss the pros and cons of purchasing a close-out home.
  • Make sure that the builder is contractually obligated to pay their fair pro-rata share of the taxes. This is especially important when buying a spec home because once the home is finished the taxes will accrue at “completed home” rates.
  • Determine if the builder offers an implied warranty vs. extended warranty and fully explain the differences to you
  • Discuss the pros and cons of considering a contingency contract.
  • Provide lending alternatives to the builder’s mortgage company to ensure the best financing for your individuals needs.
  • Review builder contingencies and explain your cancellation rights, liabilities, and legal commitments.
  • Verify Option and Upgrade Pricing
  • Determine if your lender will lend on all the options / upgrades you have chosen.
  • Find out whether the builder sells to investors or requires all of their homes to be owner occupied.
  • Refer licensed and accredited Home Inspectors for you to select from
  • Personally review all closing documents and other related closing issues to ensure accurate reporting and appropriate fees.
  • Walk you through the closing process and explain the closing documents to make sure you are thoroughly educated and in agreement with the process and closing documents.
  • Attend the closing with you to ensure a successful transaction and provide you with complete confidence right through the signing of the closing documents.

Gary Miles & Justin Miles with RE/MAX of Cherry Creek

Denver Metro Real Estate Agents

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