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Do I Need A Realtor If I Build New Construction?

No, you don't. You can buy a new home without a Realtor. So there is not a "need".  Just sign the contract and give the builder your money.

But you should want a Realtor if you are building new construction. Especially since it doesn't cost you anything to have one!

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Just like you can do your taxes without an accountant. Or take care of your teeth without a dentist. You can do it yourself, but it's worth getting an expert to work on it for you.

It's the same with real estate. The biggest difference being you will pay for your accountant or dental services but you won't pay a dime to use a Realtor to buy a new home! So why not have a longtime new

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UPDATE: This special has expired. However, The Phyllis Frankel Realty Group Inc will now credit you the buyer $1,000 at closing of any home purchased over $250,000 when Phyllis Frankel Realty Group Inc is the selling agent. You must mention this blog post and coupon code: 1KCF

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Nocatee Coastal OaksFrom now until June 27, 2014 Toll Brothers at Coastal Oaks in Nocatee at Ponte Vedra is offering a flexible spending dollar of $5,000 and supplier incentive savings up to $6,200 on new construction.

The $6,200 savings is from minimums that must be spent on certain

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moneybag01_120This summer sales event ends July 30, 2014. Now is the time to buy and use that extra money to pay for closing cost or add the wood floors you always wanted. This special is from Providence Homes by Bill Cellar on the Aspiration & Pinnacle Collection pre-sale homes. That means the spec homes (already built) are not included.

You will find Providence Homes in three location east of the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, St. Johns and Ponte Vedra.

Durbin Crossing - Ranging in price from $335,000, you will find 100% energy star homes with lots running from 53' - 83'. Get into St. Johns county with lower property taxes and award winning schools.

Legendary Run/Crosswater at Pablo Bay is just a minute or two from the Mayo Clinic off of San Pablo Rd in the

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ICI Closeout on 2 New Communities and Starts 1 New One

palermo_1011You usually get some of the best deals on new construction when it is a "spec home" or when the builder is looking to close out on a community as is the case with Palermo and Highland Glen.

Palermo has 5 lots left. It a small upscale community off of Hodges Blvd in the Intracoastal West area. You will find beautiful mediterranean homes with tile roofs starting in the mid $300's. Amenities include community pool, finess cetner and summer pavilion.

Highland Glen only has 1 lot left. It is also a gated community close to Hodges Blvd but located off Beach Blvd. Upscale homes start in the mid $300's. You also will find a pool, playground, fitness center andd putting green.

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All over the country, building costs are rising. Shortage of wood and other construction materials after Hurricane Katrina have affected building costs nationwide, and Jacksonville real estate is no exception. Estimating costs correctly becomes even more important when overall costs are high, because limiting waste will limit cost.

Square Footage

In general, the larger the square footage, the higher the costs. Note, though, that larger buildings cost more, but they cost less per square foot than smaller buildings. When determining square footage, include everything inside the main walls, porches, and walled additions.

Class

Each part of the house is assigned a “class”, from low to high. The class designation depends on the building

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