New Homes in Virginia Beach

New construction homes have become an increasingly desirable option for many looking to purchase real estate in Virginia Beach. With a brand new home, one has the luxury of customization and no unwanted surprises. There’s no replacing appliances or fixtures, as they’re all straight from the factory. Some new homes even offer warranties. Buyers can rest assured that their residence will meet their personal or family’s needs – all while designing their dream home at an affordable price.

Options

If buyers opt to build, they are able to do so on vacant land or in an existing new construction neighborhood in the city. Choosing this option allows a buyer to not only customize a floor plan, but select their own appliance colors, carpet, wood flooring, cabinets, countertops, exterior vinyl, roof, fixtures and ceramic tile colors from builder samples. They also include unique interior and exterior structural features, and are marked by their distinctive design and amenities.

Neighborhoods

Some new construction neighborhoods in Virginia Beach include: Grassland Farms, Heritage Park, Hillcrest Landing, London Bridge Crossing, Mira Bella at Chic’s Beach, North Shore Condominiums, Prince George Estates, Sajo Farm, Lakeside Cove, The Woods of Little Neck, South Beach Villas, North Shore at Ridgely Manor, Victoria Park and Woodbridge Point. The number one selling new construction neighborhood in Virginia Beach, Heritage Park, offers spacious lots starting at half an acre. Surrounding the all-brick homes, there are seven lakes and a large amount of green space. The community also offers buyers diverse designs and is just minutes from the ocean.

Also, The Lakeside Cove neighborhood in the Sajo Farm community is comprised of eighty-two paired homes. Ranging from the low to upper $300’s, there are two plans available from 2,049 to 2,762 square feet. Each has two-car garages, and there’s a clubhouse and pool facility as well. Another popular neighborhood, Prince George Estates, is conveniently located in the heart of Virginia Beach and has access to all that Hampton Roads has to enjoy. The neighborhood offers 20,000 square foot lots and a variety of plans.

Using an Agent

When building a personalized home in Hampton Roads, there is often a high level of flexibility in the building process to ensure these dream homes meet their owners' expectations. Using an agent in this process will help in many ways. An agent can assist by directing buyers to newly built homes that specifically match their criteria. They can also recommend builders based on their reputation and experience in delivering a high-quality and reasonably priced product. A buyer with an agent will likely have more favor when negotiating for a new construction home or vacant lot. Additionally, agents can help buyers choose between hundreds of design and upgrade options and can recommend those which will add value to one’s real estate when it comes time to sell.