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New Home Communities and New Construction in Charleston, SC

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We research new residential construction projects at or near the initial stage of a development to find the home you want.  If you prefer to build your home or make modifications to an existing home, I can refer you to the highest quality local home builders.  If you see a model home or development that intrigues you, contact us to arrange a showing.

Lowcountry living awaits you at any of these new homes or homesites available for new construction.  Let us help you find the right home and begin spending your days the way you like - kayaking, shrimping, or exploring all that Charleston has to offer.  Charleston has over 90 miles of pristine beaches, some of the finest offshore fishing in the Atlantic, and is home to some of the Southeast's finest restaurants.  Please feel free to contact us with any questions about the following new home communities.

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Communities: Riverview Farms, Darrell Creek, Sullivan's Pointe, Stratton by the Sound, Limehouse Village, Strawberry Station, Carnes Crossroads, , The Pointe at Rhodes Crossing, Sol Legare Preserve
Communities: Bentley Park, Boltonís Landing, Cane Bay Plantation (The Oaks), Drakesborough, The Marshes at Cooper River, Maybank Village, St. Thomas Preserve
Communities: The Cottages at Battery Island, The Cottages at Copahee, The Cottages on Periwinkle, The Estates at St. Johnís Crossing
Communities: Carolina Bay (Rice Field), Foxbank Plantation, Oakfield (Laurel Glen)
Communities: Carolina Park (Riverside), Daniel Island Park, Smythe Park (Daniel Island)
Communities: Cane Bay Plantation (The Coves and The Hammocks), Cedar Grove, Darrell Creek, Foxbank Plantation, Highland Park, Hunters Bend, Oak Bluff, Oak Terrace Preserve, Palmetto Village, Park West (the Abbey and Covington), The Retreat at River Reach, Stono Ferry (The Cottages), The Villages in St. John's Woods, Waterloo Estates, White Gables
Communities: Saltgrass Point, Summer's Corner, Mixson,
Communities: Cane Bay Plantation (West Lake), Cypress Ridge (Hamlets), Dunes West, Hunt Club, McKewn, Oyster Point, Park West (Avian and Center Park North), Pine Forest Country Club, Spring Grove Plantation, Summit Gardens, Wescott Plantation (Sunrise), Woodbury Park
Communities: Carnes Crossroads, Carolina Park
Communities (55+ age restricted): Cane Bay Plantation, Nexton
Communities: Carolina Park, Estuary, Mixson, Seaside Plantation (Freeman's Point), Stonoview, Summers Corner
Communities: Creekside at Horizon Village, Long Needle Estates, Marshfield Plantation, Oakbrook Park, The Park at Rivers Edge (Tributary), Pine Hill Acres, Poplar Grove (The Landing), The Village at Fairmont South
Communities: Daniel Island, Dunes West, Midtown, The Oaks Marsh View
Communities: Cane Bay Plantation (Lindera Preserve and The Coves), Coosaw Preserve, Fairmont South, Hamlin Oaks, Medway Landing, Sea Aire, Stonoview
Communities: Brownswood Village, Cane Bay Plantation (Saxony Lake), Church Creek Landing, Fenwick Woods, Magnolia Bluff, St. Johns Crossing (The Oaks), The Village at Stiles Point
Communities: Hamlin's Corner, Middleborough, Mixson, Sea Island Hamlet, Sovereign Still, Village Park (Mount Pleasant)
Communities: The Arbors in St. Johns Woods, Carnes Crossroads, Carolina Bay (Creekside, Essex, Marshside Towns, and Oakhurst), Harborwalk, Nexton, Oakfield, Pointe at Primus
Communities: Carolina Park, Headquarters Plantation, Nexton, Summers Corner
Communities: Poplar Grove, Whitney Lake

Quick links to popular new contruction neighborhoods:

Downtown Charleston: Halsey Boulevard and Harleston Gates, Longborough, The Horizon Project, The Gadsden and Morris Square

James Island: Harbor Woods, Riverland Park , Seaside Plantation, Stiles Point Plantation

Mount Pleasant North of 41 Hwy:Carolina Park, Charleston National, Darrell Creek, Dunes West, Hamlin Plantation, Oyster Point, Park West, Planters Point, Rivertowne, Riverside, Tupleo Forest

Mount Pleasant South of 41 hwy: Moultrie Park, Scott's Creek, Fulton Neighborhood and Watermark

West Ashley: Bolton's Landing , Carolina Bay, Grand Oaks, Stono Ferry

What you need to know about new construction. Some basic questions to ask when considering new construction and/or a new construction project:

When buying new construction, it's important to have your own real estate agent representing your interests versus using the on-site sales agent. I have sold new construction all over the Charleston area and have worked with a good many of the builders listed above.:

-On-site agents know their builder's product very well but typically don't know new construction options outside their neighborhood. They are not giving you the full picture of new homes and upcoming new construction projects in the area. In other words, they can't give unbiased comparisons between new neighborhoods. It is important to know which areas are appreciating in the event that you need to sell. If long term value and resale are important to you, it's good to consider all your options and hear both pros and cons for various communities.

-On-site agents work directly for the builder, so it's difficult to negotiate pricing and mitigate problems that arise when it's only the builder and his agent involved. As you can imagine, this can become one-sided when a situation only involves you, the builder, and his agent. I can help negotiate better pricing and add ons into the contract.

-Working with the builder's agent does not save the buyer money. If you don't have your own agent, the building company keeps the designated commission. In other words, it doesn't mean a lower price for you. The builder is trying to keep his price per sqaure foot as high as possible since he is selling more homes in the future.

- Who is the developer and what is their financial strength?  Can they see the project all the way to completion even if the real estate market is slow?

- Who are all the builders associated with this project?  Make sure every builder in the neighborhood is a quality builder so that all the homes in the neighborhood have more or less the same level of excellence.

- If there are amenities in the neighborhood, when is completion expected?

- What are the allowances for lighting, appliances, landscaping.  Make sure you price these items before you sign a contract.

Search our Charleston real estate guide to find the following types of homes:




 West Ashley, Johns Island, James Island, Kiawah Island, Seabrook Island, Sullivan's Island, Isle of Palms (Wild Dunes), Edisto Island, Folly Beach, Mount Pleasant, Wadmalaw Island and Daniel Island

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