New Homes in Prince William County
Builders Realty Council is dedicated to representing home buyers searching for new homes in Prince William County, VA. From search to settlement, unbiased independent counsel is provided for consumers interested in building new homes in Prince William County Virginia including:
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Homes For Sale in Prince William County
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Northern Virginia new home purchasers searching for a more affordable housing climate than Fairfax or Loudoun County may find their ideal new home investment in Prince William County offering a wide variety of home building alternatives at more reasonable prices often with larger homesites, particularly in the southern and southwestern sections of the county. Improvements to I-95's Springfield corridor with its direct access to Washington D.C., Virginia Railway Express (VRE) stations and proximity to the I-495 Beltway, provides new homebuyers outstanding cost per square foot housing values. With the county's new home prices reduced, Northern Virginia home values are stronger in Prince William than in other counties surrounding the Washington DC metropolitan area. Prince William County new homes for sale are doing well, in fact better than Fairfax and Loudoun County plus foreclosures and "Short Sales" are stimulating multiple contract bidding, particularly with first time homebuyers in moderate price ranges in the county. New townhomes in Prince William, are selling very well in 2012 showing an uptick in new home construction activity in the Washington metro area.
A word of caution: Do not be misled with some romantic notion of buying a foreclosure or bidding on a "Short-Sale." Banks are very slow to make decisions and often do nothing to improve the damages to foreclosed properties. Many bank-owned properties, for lack of a better word are: "dumps." Furthermore, be aware statistically only 20% of "Short-Sales," actually settle as banks are not inclined to take ridiculous offers, merely hold-out for decent bids, many of which are at or above the asking price.
In sum, though The Council has a "Short Sale" division, home builders in Prince William County are now offering great incentives on new homes, custom homes as well. Most builders are now providing more closing costs, options and greater negotiation flexibility. Why buy someone elses problem or a home in need of extensive repair when you can find super deals on new homes in Prince William County with a 10 year warranty. Call The Council today and learn more.
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Homes in Lake Manassas are both custom and production resale homes catering to discriminating homebuyers with their upscale appeal and quality construction. Several of Washington's premier custom builders developed this property in concert with The Bishop Foundation. Most homes in Lake Manassas for sale are relatively new, reasonably priced offering a variety of floor plans and styles from which to choose making this luxury homes community a unique and outstanding housing value. Comparing new homes in Prince William County for sale over the past decade, Lake Manassas is one of the nicest looking, highest quality single family communities in Northern Virginia and the Washington DC metropolitan area.
New homes in Prince William County near the I-95 corridor south of DC area are usually more affordable. Recently completed communities such as Rippon Landing and Belmont Bay offer single family, townhomes and condos on or near the VRE metro line. The Potomac Club is also a very popular planned community currently selling new homes, townhomes and condominiums. Home builder DR Horton recently sold-out of 2,000 square foot condominiums at Rippon Landing quadrant.
New townhomes in Prince William County such as Gaslight Landing offer waterfront sites including docks on the Occoquan River. Gaslight Landing offers new townhomes near Washington DC. Developed by custom home builder Classic Concepts, this quaint Occoquan community has really hit the mark including Victorian archetecture... WATERFRONT, DOCKS, ELEVATORS and very close to the VRE (Virginia Railway Express) station. Offering 20 waterfront four level townhomes, each townhouse comes with a deeded slip that will accommodate a 40' yacht. Walk out your front door to your private dock, jump on your boat for a fast cruise to Washington DC and Georgetown, a getaway weekend on the Chesapeake Bay or maybe just a leisurely cruise to Tim's Restaurant and Waterfront Crabhouse. Perhaps you prefer to take a stroll in town to one of Occoquan's art galleries and charming shops or simply relax at one of Occoquan's quaint restaurants or pubs. Gaslight Landing townhomes are the only new waterfront homes in Washington DC proximity built by Classic Concept Builders, premier custom home builders in Northern VA and luxury townhomes near the Fairfax-Prince William County border.
Occoquan is beautiful, natural and scenic, shall we say "Green", including parks, river views and hiking trails. Just minutes from mass transit, Washington DC, Interstate 95 and the Fairfax County Parkway, these Prince William County luxury homes are special, nothing else quite like it exists in the Washington DC - Northern Virginia housing market. Washington Business Journal recently voted Occoquan, located on the Fairfax/Prince William border, one of the "top 10 up and coming hot spots in Washington DC" and Gaslight Landing on the Occoquan River is one of the Prince William VA new home communities people are really talking about. Classic Concept Builders also builds high-end custom homes in Northern Virginia.
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New homes in Manassas and Manassas Park are continuing their brisk sales pace because of it's close proximity to the VRE metro and Old Town Manassas.
Located in southeastern Prince William County is Triangle and the Quantico Marine base. The town of Quantico is older and the market for resale homes is vibrant but people's desire to build new homes continues to be popular particularly with the continued growth of military relocations in 2011.
Woodbridge, Lakeridge, Triangle, Quantico and Dumfries are very active as homebuyers were competing for foreclosures and "Short-Sales" which accelerated new home pricing to the downside leading to increased new homes for sale in Prince William County Virginia. However, this trend is reversing in the second quarter of 2011.
In sum, Prince William is a large county with a wide variety of new home building opportunities at relatively low prices, a welcome relief for those wishing to make an affordable new home investment providing excellent overall value and unprecedented appreciation potential. In 2011, between Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William County, Prince William has by far the strongest sales volume due to lower prices, military relocations to Quantico and Fort Belvoir in concert with the increasing number of federal government employment opportunities.
2006 home prices in Prince William County were considerably higher than today but are gaining in 2012. Though homes are now selling at reasonable prices, prices are rising as the Washington DC metro housing market is America's strongest and inventory is declining. It appears the real estate market in Northern Virginia bottomed in late Spring of 2009 and values have been rising steadily since after a brief period of market stabilization. Those who followed the heard during the boom bubble lost. The big winners are those who invested over this past year. Homes fairly priced under $450,000 are experiencing multiple contract bids. It was not unusual a year ago or so to see investors purchasing short-sales and foreclosures for $175,000 then flipping for $250,0000 three to four months later! However, these low price purchase opportunities are waning. The first-time homebuyer market is also strong for these Northern Virginia houses as new homes in Fairfax County are higher priced.
The #1 cost per square foot value in new condos near Washington DC is Melody Landing Townhome style condominiums currently on sale in Woodbridge, VA. For less than $250,000, these new townhomes in Northern Virginia are now offering over 2,100 square feet of living space. Melody Landing is almost sold-out.
Contact The Council if you would like to know which home builders in Northern VA are offering the best deals so far in 2012.
Research new homes in Prince William County, builders are offering very attractive incentives and you won't have to deal with beat-up short sales, foreclosures or miss current market opportunities including all time low mortgage rates.
Last but not least, be aware the government is steadily raising requirements and down payments to secure mortgage financing, so what you qualify for today may not be available tomorrow. The Council knows where to secure the lowest interest rates so feel free to call for detailed information.
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