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Tips For Buying New Homes From Aiken Builders
Posted on by Susan

You’ve made a great decision to buy a new home from Aiken builders. After all, who wants to inherit someone else’s problems with a foreclosure or live in a home with dated appliances, beat up carpeting and poorly maintained roofing? There’s something so magical and wonderful about walking into a fresh new home that is devoid of a single fingerprint on the walls. Here are a few tips to make the process go as smoothly as possible.

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Go Directly To Aiken Builders To Save Money.

Call up Aiken builders directly to save money and skip the real estate agent process altogether. You save on agent commissions, which can add up to thousands of dollars! Even if you’re not 100 percent sure which neighborhood or layout you prefer, helpful sales representatives at Bill Beazley Aiken builders will be more than happy to show you around!

Investigate Builder Reputation.

The Better Business Bureau is a good starting point for investigating claims made against Aiken builders. Also, try to talk to the neighbors about whether they were pleased with their decision to buy in the neighborhood or not. Ask if the builder sells to investors or if all the homes are owner-occupied. How often do people move? Look for news articles about the builder online.

Verify Option and Upgrade Pricing.

As you make your selections, your Aiken builders will let you know about the different prices, but be sure you look over the final summary and be sure your lender is willing to finance up to that amount before you sign. If the total amount goes over what your lender is willing to finance, some buyers end up paying the difference in cash.

Consider The Builder’s Lender.

Definitely look into lenders for Aiken builders, which can gain access to wholesale lending quotes that may be lower than your own bank or credit union. Make sure you get a Good Faith Guarantee on all quotes so the lenders can’t renege on their promises.

Don’t Forget To Hire A Home Inspector!

People often feel they can skip the expense of a home inspection when they buy a home from Aiken builders. However, it’s always a good idea to have a licensed and accredited inspector check out the home. After all, builders in Georgia have dozens of contractors working on more than 10,000 individual parts within the home. There is always a remote possibility that something will not be perfect. In that case, Aiken builders will make all corrections before you even move into the home, which is ideal. Remember you are also covered under a 1-year manufacturer warranty and 10-year StrucSure Warranty, so you won’t pay anything for any defects discovered.

Looking for the best Aiken builders? Start with Bill Beazley! 706-863-4888

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Aiken County

Aiken County is the only county in the United States named "Aiken." Formed in 1871 by combining portions of Edgefield, Lexington, Orangeburg and Barnwell counties, Aiken County was named for William Aiken, the first president of the South Carolina Railroad and Canal Company. Mr. Aiken reportedly never visited the County.

Columbia County

Columbia County, the 12th county formed in Georgia, was created in 1790. Originally part of Richmond County, Columbia County was named for Christopher Columbus. Rapid growth has transformed this county from a rural neighbor of Augusta to the major suburban county in the second largest metropolitan area in Georgia.

Richmond County

Augusta is the oldest and second largest city in Georgia. Augusta has been rated as the second best place to live in Georgia, and 111th in the nation. (Places Rated Almanac). Situated on the beautiful Savannah River, Augusta is approximately 150 miles east of Atlanta on Interstate 20 in east central Georgia at the South Carolina border. Augusta is centrally located just two and a half hours from the beach and the mountains.

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