Selling new construction is often thought of as relatively easy. You just register your customer and let the builder do the rest. Not so fast. A new construction purchase can be a confusing process for both the buyer and their agent, but the agent's job is to understand the complexities of the transaction, anticipate, prepare and resolve issues that arise as well as serve as a "watchdog" for the buyer over the entire process.
You may think you've been there and done that with selling new construction or maybe you've had a limited amount of dealings with builder sales. No matter your experience, in this webinar, we will take a deep dive into everything you need to know, but may not have thought about when it comes to working with this sector of the real estate market. Every builder interaction and transaction is different – some builders are more agent and consumer-focused vs. others. It is important to be aware of the nuances and particularities that could arise and how to navigate through them, no matter the state of the market.
Cara Ameer is a bi-coastal agent with Coldwell Banker and has been practicing real estate for 18 years. She is licensed in Florida and California. She holds a Florida broker's license and a California sales associate's license. She covers the Northeast Florida and Orange County, California markets and has sold a significant amount of new construction throughout her career. She serves as a columnist for Inman News and writes about a variety of real estate matters. Cara regularly shares her insights and expertise with numerous national media outlets on everything from hot real estate topics to celebrity home sales. You can also find her talking about all things real estate on Realtor.com's video series House Rules.
After attending this webinar, you will be able to:
- Key questions to ask
- Handling the contract
- Managing the transaction
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