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Let Aiken Home Builders Build You into an Aiken Land Buyer
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Many people dream of buying their own home in Aiken, but not everyone dreams of building that home from the ground up on a raw plot of South Carolina land. It’s an ambitious objective, but buying land for your dream home is not as complicated as you might think. There are, however, certain cautionary steps every potential land buyer should take. If you are in the market for acreage to build your dream home, listen and follow these essential steps from Aiken Home Builders who have your best interest in mind.

The Steps to Becoming an Aiken Land Buyer

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Step 1: Get Financed

You will need to save for a loan down payment. There are usually fewer buyers looking for empty lots, which makes selling that land down the road more difficult. Because of this, lenders usually ask for higher down payments, sometimes as much as 50%, to offset their risk. An alternative is to get a home equity loan or a construction loan.

Step 2: Search for a Location

Start by looking online for areas that interest you. Check out Lands of South Carolina, an online database that can help you narrow down your search to a few plots. Compare prices, acreagedistance from neighbors, and other features that are important to you.

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Step 3: Visit your Top Choices

Talk to the sellers beforehand, and don’t be afraid to ask questions. The most important questions you need to ask are whether there is a proven source of water on the land and whether the land can support a septic system. You will also want to make certain the septic system can be placed far enough away from the main structure to avoid contamination with the water system. Then visit the land yourselfWalk the property linestake photostalk to neighbors, and investigate things such as roads, building structures, wells, fences, or creeks. You might also want to consider camping on the property for a night. This is the best way to gauge the activity on the land over a 24-hour period.

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Step 4: Make an Offer

Offer the lowest amount for the land without insulting the seller. The lower you start, the more leverage you possess in counteroffers. Land will usually sell for 85% of the asking price, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get it for less. Keep negotiating until you settle upon a price you are comfortable with. Once you reach an agreement, hire a third party to go over the contract. This is especially important if you are receiving financing.

Step 5: Follow Through

Now that you have your dream plot of land, you will want to build your dream home. But with an overwhelming number of Aiken home builders who can you trust to build a quality home at the right price? You will want a company that is established, one that offers competitive pricing as well as excellent customer serviceBill Beazley Aiken home builders stand apart from the competition in these three categories. They are Aiken’s largest pre-sale builder and have even received “Builder Executive of the Year” by the Home Builders Association. With a company that has been building homes since 1976, you can trust you won’t be hassled by a start to finish building process. Instead, you will be given a choice of floor plans as well as a number of semi-custom options, such as paint colorscabinet finishes, and flooring types. Your house can be unique to your specifications without the annoyance of deciding upon every last detail. Read more about why a semi-custom home is the right choice for you.

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Thinking this is too expensive for you? Think again. Prices for Bill Beazley Aiken homes start as low as 60$ a square foot. And they never fail to put customers first. Ask any questions you like, and they will give you all the information you need. Even after the sale closes, Bill Beazley will assign you a customer care representative to be there for you and answer any question you may have regarding maintenance or the warranty of your new Aiken home.

Customer Service Truly Defines The Best Aiken Home Builders

Bill Beazley puts customers first and we will do anything we can to meet your expectations. No question is too big or too small! We’d love to give you whatever information you need to have peace of mind throughout the building process. Even after the sale closes, we assign you a customer care representative who will be there to answer any questions you may have regarding the maintenance and warranty of your new Aiken home.

The Industry’s Best Home Warranty

Bill Beazley Homes pleased to offer a 1-year Builder Warranty that covers more than 3,000 parts in your new home. This is in addition to a 10-Year StrucSure Warranty, which is the best in the industry. Every structural component of your home will be guaranteed, protecting you from potentially expensive repairs in the future.

If you are looking to build your next home on your own plot of land, look no further than Bill Beazley Homes, the best among Aiken home builders. For decades Aiken home buyers have trusted them with their prime investment. They have already helped build you into a future land buyer. You can trust they will continue to be there for you during the entire home building process as well. For more information on Bill Beazley Aiken Home builders call 706-863-4888. Or sign up for the Bill Beazley Homes monthly newsletter and be the first to know of special offers and community events! As a special token of our appreciation you’ll also receive our free ebook, 10 Steps you Must Take when Buying a New Home!

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