New Home Construction in CT
You can buy real estate in CT, but when you build your own home you get to pick out the countertops, draperies, and appliances, and have everything designed just the way you want it. With new construction everything is new, fresh and all "you" from top to bottom.
New houses frequently come with more space and conveniences, and require fewer repairs. New homes in CT are more energy-efficient than older homes, and many builders offer home owner warranties, adding peace of mind to your enjoyment -- and you get it all at a competitive price.
Before building a new home in CT, read our 10 Steps to New Construction in CT because while building a new custom-made home in Connecticut is exciting, it can also be a frightening venture without a well thought out plan. Building a new home is full of uncertainty and questions for some people.
Like an onion, there are many layers to building a new home with new construction plans, construction costs, building materials, building contractors, new home construction loans, building permits and so much more. Everyone’s heard horror stories about new home builders in Connecticut, from simply not completing the new home to exceeding the new homeowner's timeline and budget causing untold headaches for the new home buyers.
Relax. Our agents, with real estate offices in Berlin CT, real estate offices in Essex CT, real estate offices in Southington CT and real estate offices in Stonington CT and hundreds of real estate listings in CT, offer years of experience in new home construction and will guide you through the process. Avoiding nightmares is just the start of where the new home construction division of Realty3 CT can assist you.
For some new home buyers the advantage of designing and constructing a one-of-a-kind home on their own lot is worth the additional time, effort and expense involved. Your only limitations are your imagination, Connecticut building codes, and naturally your budget. Others might prefer to buy a new home, but not go through the new construction process. For these new home buyers, check out these New Construction Listings in CT.
Exactly what is involved? Contact our New Home Construction Specialists or Call Realty3 CT's New Construction specialists: