The price that you will be quoted whenever you try to buy a home that you would never want to stop living in will most likely not be the final price at which the deal can be settled. There is a pretty good chance that the seller will have a bit of wiggle room that would enable them to haggle somewhat, thereby allowing you to bring the price down until it is at a much more reasonable kind of level at least in terms of the housing market in general.
The truth of the situation is that negotiating and trying to reduce the price of your new home is something that you should most definitely try to take part in. This is because of the fact that doing so can help you save a lot of money, but you might be wondering if the same rules apply to new build from Premier Realty Group as well as other building groups that have managed to attain a similar level of fame and prestige. The good news that you are definitely going to want to hear is that new builds can be negotiated on just like any other kind of build, and the fact of the matter is that your home builder might even expect you to start negotiating once they have quoted you a price.
The best way to negotiate is to try to bring the price down by ten percent, after which your prospective home builder would ask you to pay their asking price. Don’t let this discourage you though because this is only where the negotiation begins and there will be a lot more bargaining room that you can exploit.