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Old 03-05-2010, 04:41 AM
 
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For example on this thread... how many can really talk about the difference between Standard Pacific & Drees. Not many.
In Trophy Club there is a BIG difference between Standard Pacific and Drees, the Drees homes in Marshall Point may have the edge on Standard Pacific, but not in Trophy Club. The Drees section does not touch the Golf Course and it is smaller. There are one story homes there and now Mercedes is coming into that section and they are only building one story homes, so that section is nowhere near as nice as the Khov/Standard Pacific homes in Trophy Club. Lennar, Centex, and First Texas are also the new subdivision a
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Old 03-10-2010, 05:35 PM
 
Location: DFW Area
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I disagree. If Drees has something that works that would be my number 1 choice. As stated above, no matter who builds get an out side inspector. The builders all make mistakes, you might as well get them to fix them before it becomes your problem.
Drees is really good too. We almost bought a Drees home. But our SP Home and the others around us have all been really happy and the builder is very helpful.
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Old 03-10-2010, 05:37 PM
 
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Not to swell the heads of Real Estate Agents, but I certainly have to disagree with you on that. I would certainly use a RE Agent that is familiar with new home construction sales, and make sure you sign a buyer agent agreement. A good Agent can tell you a lot about the builder's current status, what homes were selling for, any discounts they might offer, and how to negotiate for a better price if the builder is known to do so.
Our realtor was invaluable to us. We saved about $40,000 dollars thanks to him. That is nothing to sneeze at!
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