403-396-0721 Royal LePage Network Realty Corp.

Why Do I Need a REALTOR® When Building a New Central Alberta Home?

There's nothing more exciting than the opportunity to build your own dream home: a real estate property perfectly tailored to your needs and wants. That being said, the home buying process can be complex, if you don’t understand what's involved. When building a new Red Deer home details such as: taking out construction loans at the right time, filling out the paperwork for zoning regulations, as well as warranty information must be taken into consideration. To save yourself stress, time, and money – trust Shantel Campbell to guide you through the process. Her support, knowledge, and experience will make building a new Central Alberta home a breeze. From the time you decide to build a new construction home, to the moment you step inside your new property, Shantel will guide you through the steps and ensure you make decisions best suited to your home buying needs.

Why Shantel Campbell?

When it comes to helping homeowners find their new property, Shantel Campbell makes every moment count. Whether you're looking for a move-in ready home or do you want to design your own home? Shantel can help you determine what type of newly built home is best for you based on your timeframe, development opportunities, and options of area builders.

Do you want to start a family in the future? No problem! Shantel knows finding the right location for your new Red Deer home is important. As such, she analyzes new and future subdivisions to determine the move-up potential for you. Once this is determined, she works as a liaison between Red Deer builders and future homeowners to ensure your needs are met.

Throughout the process, Shantel will address your questions and explain the paperwork. She can also explain your property's options for resale value, in case you move in the next 10 years.

Search New Built Homes in Red Deer Search New Built Homes in Blackfalds Search New Built Homes in Sylvan Lake Search New Built Homes in Penhold Search New Built Homes in Springbrook

Shantel Knows: What to Ask Before You Build

  • 1

    What is the total cost of buying a new construction home? When purchasing a new home it is important to consider your overall budget. For example, when buying new there are additional costs for upgrading your features. Which would you prefer: hardwood vs laminate? Shantel will work with you to determine the best options to suit your budget.

  • 2

    What is the wait time when building a new property? Depending on whether you are looking for a move-in ready property (pre-designed and built) or planning a brand new construction, your time will greatly vary. Move-in ready means just that, it could be ready right away. Whereas a new construction home could take upwards of 6 months or more.

  • 3

    How can I pick the right Red Deer home builder? Different builders offer varying degrees of flexibility and features when it comes to purchasing a home. Factors to consider include: the home's interior layout, property styles (such as modern, craftsmen, or contemporary) as well as design finishing options. Shantel's uses her knowledge, expertise, and connections to help you find the builder reflective of your style.

  • 4

    What are the official inspection reports? At every phase of the build, you will receive an official inspection report. Not sure what it means? Shantel Campbell would be happy to provide guidance.

  • 5

    What are the utilities in a Rural property? Prior to building a new Rural home, Shantel will help you determine the property lines, water wells, and septic system.

Don't Know Where to Start?

Shantel knows infill options and new city developments, as well as the community standards when building. Get in touch with Shantel today to open the door to memories in a newly built Red Deer home.

The data included on this website is deemed to be reliable, but is not guaranteed to be accurate by the Central Alberta REALTORS® Association. The trademarks REALTOR®, REALTORS® and the REALTOR® logo are controlled by The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) and identify real estate professionals who are members of CREA. Used under license.