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New Construction Real Estate in Boulder

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New Construction Homes For Sale in Boulder, CO

Boulder New Construction Home Listings June 14, 2024
27
Listed
75
Avg. DOM
$1,133.54
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$3,415,000
Med. List Price
27 Properties
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Benefits of Buying a New Construction Home in Boulder

Buying a brand new home comes with a long lists of advantages. These are some of the benefits of new construction to consider as you choose the right home for you in Boulder.

Modern Features and Design

New construction homes generally come with modern designs and updated features. Builders incorporate the latest trends and technologies, providing a contemporary and stylish living space. Rather than updating a home to make it what you want, a new construction home is already there.

Customization Options

Most builders offer some customization options, allowing buyers to choose finishes, materials, and even certain floor plan modifications to suit their preferences and lifestyle. The customizability of the home will vary from builder to builder, and we can help you find the builder that best fits your preferences.

Energy Efficiency

New construction homes are typically built with energy-efficient materials and systems, resulting in lower utility costs. This can include features such as energy-efficient appliances, better insulation, and advanced heating and cooling systems. 

Warranties and Guarantees

New homes usually come with warranties and guarantees from the builder, providing peace of mind for you as the buyer. These warranties can cover structural elements, appliances, and other components of the home. While they generally last only about a year, this will give you enough time to be confident about the quality of your home's construction. 

Less Maintenance

If the maintenance level of your home is a top concern as a homeowner, new construction may be the best fit for you. New construction homes require less immediate maintenance compared to older homes. With new and updated systems, homeowners can expect fewer repairs and replacements in the early years of homeownership, as well as enjoy the opportunity to keep up with the systems of the home before they get a chance to develop unnecessary wear.

Compliance with Current Building Codes

New construction homes are built to meet current building codes and safety standards. This ensures that the home is structurally sound and meets all necessary regulations. When you buy an older home, even if it has been remodeled, it may not have been constructed according to updated codes, and you are taking on that potential risk.

Smart Home Integration

Many new construction homes come equipped with smart home features, such as integrated security systems, home automation, and energy management systems, adding convenience and efficiency.

Community Amenities

Some new construction developments include communal amenities such as parks, walking trails, and recreational facilities, fostering a sense of community among residents.

Questions to Ask Before Buying a Boulder New Construction Home

Buying a new construction home in Boulder is a bit of a different process from buying an existing one. Because this process is different, it's essential to ask some questions to get all the information you need to make a confident decision. These are the some of the questions you should ask before building a new home:

  • What is the reputation of this builder? Research the reputation of the builder. Look for reviews, testimonials, and examples of their previous work. Ask for references from homeowners who have purchased from the same builder, and lean on our local experience.
  • What is the expected timeline? Inquire about the expected completion timeline for the home. Delays can occur, but having a realistic estimate is essential for planning purposes. Find out how the builder communicates about delays in the timeline and if there are any guarantees, or incentives for completing the home on time.
  • What can be customized? If customization is offered, understand the extent of the options available and any associated costs. Clarify what can and cannot be modified during the construction process.
  • What is included in the price of the home? There are usually some expenses that are associated with new construction that you might not expect if you've previously looked at existing homes. Find out what is included in the base price of the home so you can have an accurate budget in mind. For example, many new homes will not include landscaping, fencing, window coverings, and some appliances.
  • What is your home inspection policy? Determine whether the builder allows independent home inspections during the construction process and before the final walkthrough. An inspection can catch potential issues early on.
  • What will the HOA dues be? If the property is part of an HOA, understand the rules and fees associated with the community. This includes any restrictions on modifications to the property and ongoing fees.
  • Are there any upcoming plans to be aware of? Inquire about any planned developments or construction in the surrounding area. This can impact property values and the overall atmosphere of the neighborhood.

The most important thing you can do in the process of gaining information about different builders is have a knowledgeable real estate agent on your side. We can help you navigate the process and work to make sure you find the home you want and a deal that works for your best interest.

Boulder New Construction Real Estate Agents

Preparing to buy a newly-constructed home in Boulder? Let our Boulder real estate professionals work with you to navigate the purchase of or expertly negotiate the sale of your Boulder property. Our expansive knowledge will give you access to up-to-date information about the unique dynamics of the Boulder new construction real estate market. We're ready and waiting to help you today!

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