New Construction Homes For Sale In Colorado Springs

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Colorado Springs has one of the hottest and fastest-moving real estate markets in the nation right now, and those in the market for a new home have some great options to choose from. Architects, planners, and local and national home builders out-do themselves time and time again with each new subdivision and master-planned community. Whether you're looking for a house with that just-finished feel or want to work with the developer to make it your own, we can make it happen.

Below is the current inventory of available new construction homes for sale in Colorado Springs. Keep reading to find out more about the benefits of buying new!

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New Homes In Colorado Springs

New homes in Colorado Springs don't just feature the latest styles and architecture, they're also up to spec on the latest building codes and practices. New homes can feature an assortment of new-age technologies that you just won't find in an older home, including eco-friendly design, energy-efficient upgrades, and several amenities you'll just love to have nearby. New homes account for nearly one-quarter of the available inventory of real estate in Colorado Springs and there's something for every need and budget.

If you think a new home is out of your budget, it's very likely not. New homes in Colorado Springs start as low as $200,000 and range higher in price for more features and space.

Why Military Homebuyers Prefer Newly Built Homes

Nearly 20 percent of military homebuyers opt for new construction homes, and the reason for this is simple: military families don't have time to worry about things like maintenance and upgrades. There are also these great factors to consider:

It makes financial sense. With the benefits of a VA loan, most buyers can borrow up to $417,000 with $0 down, and new home warranties will cover most of the big fixes in the first few years. no concern about renovations or fixes to improve the home's value if or when it's time to sell. Injured veterans can work directly with the home builder to build an adaptive home from the ground up, rather than trying to retrofit an existing home. 

You can find a great deal. Occasionally, a home will be built to certain deliverables for one buyer who drops out at the last minute for whatever reason. With the home being nearly finished, the builder wants to find a new buyer, and fast. In some cases, they're even willing to offer discounts on the home to help it sell.  

It's ideal for injured vets. Injured veterans can work directly with the home builder to build an adaptive home from the ground up, rather than trying to retrofit an existing home.

Do I Need an Real Estate Agent To Buy New? 

Buying directly from the builder might seem like the easiest route, but it's not the best option. Here's where a good local Realtor can make all the difference. Firstly, your agent should have a great working relationship with local builders, so they're the first to know when a great deal is about to hit the market. Realtors who specialize in military relocation know the unique ins and outs of your situation and can help leverage your VA loan to your advantage when searching for and negotiating a purchase. Working with a professional relocation specialist is FREE to you as a buyer, so you have nothing to lose and everything to gain. 

Did you know that it's free to work with a Realtor® when you buy a new home? Get the expertise and local experience of a MilitaryHomeSearch.com agent on your side. Send them a message or give them a call at 719.338.7294.

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