New Construction Homes in the Charlotte, North Carolina area

Below you can view New Construction Homes for Sale in the Charlotte, North Carolina area (our entire MLS). In today's market, most home builders are putting their inventory (existing and planned or proposed) on the MLS. So, you'll likely see them listed below. In other cases, we may have to dig a little deeper which I'm happy to help you do. Don't hesitate to reach out to us when you're ready to go view some new construction homes and communities in Charlotte, NC.  Start your search here for all homes for sale in Charlotte NC.

Before visiting any new home community, CLICK HERE to find out what you need to know about purchasing new construction homes in the Charlotte region. 

Charlotte area New Construction May 26, 2024
1957
Listed
76
Avg. DOM
$253.66
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$445,900
Med. List Price
1957 Properties
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Based on information submitted to the MLS GRID as of May 26, 2024 5:00 AM EST. All data is obtained from various sources and may not have been verified by broker or MLS GRID. Supplied Open House Information is subject to change without notice. All information should be independently reviewed and verified for accuracy. Properties may or may not be listed by the office/agent presenting the information.

New Construction Homes in Charlotte

Finding the right new construction home for sale in Charlotte begins with choosing the right development. There are some exciting communities to choose from, with some that have recently been developed and others still under construction. Reach out to us to let us know what you are looking for in a new construction community, and consider some of these existing new developments to see if they might be the right fit. 

Riverwalk

Located in Rock Hill, just south of Charlotte, Riverwalk is a mixed-use community along the Catawba River. This development features a variety of housing options, including single-family homes and townhomes. With scenic views, walking trails, and a vibrant town center, Riverwalk offers a unique blend of nature and modern living.

Wenwood Terrace

Wendwood Terrace is a new construction community situated in the University City area of Charlotte. Known for its convenient location and proximity to amenities, Wendwood Terrace offers a range of home styles, including spacious single-family homes. Residents of Kenwood Terrace enjoy easy access to shopping, dining, and major highways.

Asbury Park

Asbury Park is a new construction development in the popular town of Huntersville, just north of Charlotte. This community features a variety of home designs, including ranch-style and two-story homes. With its family-friendly atmosphere, excellent schools, and nearby recreational amenities, Asbury Park is a highly desirable community. 

Benefits of Buying New Construction 

Investing in a new construction home in Charlotte comes with numerous advantages, from modern amenities to the opportunity to be part of growing communities. These are some of the benefits of choosing a new build in Charlotte instead of an existing home. 

Modern Design

Perhaps the most obvious benefit of a brand new home is that it is not going to require any updating. New construction homes in Charlotte come with contemporary designs and modern features. Builders incorporate the latest trends in architecture and interior design, providing homeowners with stylish and up-to-date living spaces.

Warranty Coverage

Buying a new construction home should offer more peace of mind. New construction homes generally come with warranties provided by the builder. These warranties can cover various aspects of the home, allowing you a period of time to make note of any mistakes made during construction to have them resolved on the builder's dime. To take full advantage go the warranty, it's important to understand the terms and the coverage offered by the builder.

Energy Efficiency

New homes are built with energy efficiency in mind. They typically feature advanced insulation, energy-efficient windows, and modern heating and cooling systems. This focus on energy efficiency can lead to lower utility bills for homeowners, contributing to long-term cost savings.

Convenient Customization

Most builders offer some level of customization, either letting you choose between a few design packages or letting you further customize the home by changing the layout, upgrading certain features, and selecting all your interior finishes. For many buyers, this is the perfect compromise between the easy of moving into a turn-key property and the personalization of renovating a home. 

More Time to Plan

In most cases, buying a new construction home will give you more time to plan for your move. Unless you are buying a move-in ready home on which construction has already been completed, you will probably have a few months to sell your current home, save for new furniture, pack for the move, or do whatever else needs to be done.

Low Maintenance

New homes are built with modern materials that often require less maintenance than older homes. This can be appealing to homeowners who want to spend more time enjoying their home and less time on repairs and upkeep.

Community Amenities  

Many new construction developments in Charlotte include community amenities such as parks, walking trails, and recreational facilities. These amenities contribute to a sense of community and provide residents with additional opportunities for leisure and social activities. Make sure to consider the amenities and the neighborhood, not just the home itself. 

Questions to Ask Before Choosing Your Builder

Can you tell me more about the builder's reputation and experience?

A reputable builder is more likely to deliver a quality home and a positive home buying experience. Research the builder's reputation in the industry. Look for reviews from previous buyers and inquire about their overall satisfaction with the builder's work. We can also help offer some perspective based on the developers we have worked with in the past. 

Inquire about the builder's experience and ask to see their portfolio of completed projects. Experienced builders often have a track record of successful projects and can showcase their expertise in various home styles and designs. You may be able to visit a home in person that is nearly complete to get an idea or their work in the real world, beyond the model homes. 

What is the construction timeline?

While all construction timelines are subject to change beyond the builder's control, you should inquire about the expected timeline and how close to the expected completion date their recent projects have been. Understand key milestones and deadlines to ensure that the construction process aligns with your move-in timeline. Clear communication about the construction schedule is crucial for a smooth process.

What does your warranty cover?

Take the time to understand the details of the builder's warranty. What does it cover, and for how long? A comprehensive warranty can provide assurance that the builder stands behind their work and is committed to addressing any issues that may arise.

How will you communicate during the building process?

Inquire about the builder's communication process. How will they keep you informed about the progress of your home? A transparent and communicative builder can help alleviate concerns and keep you updated throughout the construction process.

Which features are included as standard, and which are considered upgrades?

Understand the standard features included in the base price of the home and inquire about available upgrades. This clarity ensures that you have a comprehensive understanding of the costs associated with customizing your home to meet your preferences. Most builders do not include things like fencing and landscaping, window coverings, or hardwood floors, for example. Find out what your builder offers and if there are any incentives that might offset the expense of upgrading the build. 

Ready to find your new build in Charlotte? We can help, so reach out to us any time. 

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