New Home Construction in Spruce Grove,
Stony Plain, Parkland, Edmonton, Devon, Leduc & St. Albert                                              

Have you been looking for new homes for sale in the Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, Devon, Leduc, Edmonton and St. Albert areas? Spruce Grove has had the most growth in recent years in the whole greater Edmonton area and boasts many new home communities. Stony Plain boasts unique new communities from the quaint to luxury. St. Albert is known for its stunning subdivisions and high-end neighbourhoods. Devon has some beautiful new communities, such as The Ravines of Devon, which offer both tranquility and quality.

New Homes in Spruce, Stony, Parkland, Edmonton, St. Albert, Leduc & Devon

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These areas have new subdivisions each year with new home construction.

New home builders have been eager to build in our communities, and new homes are available with a variety of builders, including; Alquinn Homes, Ashton Homes, Averton Homes, Bedrock Homes, Built to Last, Cami Comfort Homes, Celico Builders, City Homes Master Builders, Cove Properties, Coventry Homes, Dolce Vita Homes, Encore Master Builder, Evani Homes, First Avenue Properties, Fox Maple Homes, Homexx Homes, Hillview Master Builder, Innova Homes, Insight Custom Homes, Kirkland Homes, Lang Built Homes, Lenaco Homes, Mac & Mitch Homes, Montorio Homes, New Era Luxury Homes, Pacesetter Homes, Patel Homes, Qualico Communities, Reidbuilt Homes, Rococo Homes, Rosehill Homes, San Rufo Homes, Sierra Homes, Southbend Developments, Stellar Homes, Stonegate Developments, Sunnyview Homes, Taillon Homes, Urban Age Homes & Western Living Homes. 

Negotiating on New Construction Homes                                             

Not sure if you need a buyer's agent when purchasing a new home? Consider this; the sales agents at new construction sites are employed by a particular home builder and are there to represent the new home builder's best interests - their mission to sell you a home from their employer, and are paid to look out for that builder’s interests alone. 

Now, buying your new dream home is often very exciting and can be overwhelming at times. You need to be fully informed about the details of the new community, the advantages of one community over another, options various builders can provide, the designated school systems, and with the particular restrictive covenants of the subdivisions as well as the contractual terms of the purchase contracts.

It is a sales agent’s job to provide good customer service! But remember... when walking into a showhome, you are the "customer" - not the “client" - and when it comes to real estate buyer representation, negotiations, and contractual terms, there are important legal obligations and fiduciary duties owed to clients that are not a requirement for a customer. We can explain those differences, and help to ensure your interest are completely represented.

New Home Buyer Representation -
Hire A Buyer's Agent!


Many people believe that if they deal directly with a new home builder instead of hiring their own buyer's agent to assist with their new home purchase, that the builder will "discount" the purchase price. This simply isn't true.

The fact is, most home builders consider real estate commissions a necessary expense when pricing & selling new construction homes. And in reality, most builders actually prefer buyers have their own agents because it gives the on-site agents time to welcome new customers & facilitate more sales.

So... why buy a new home on your own? Let a local real estate agent help you manage the new home buying process from the start! We're The Gaboury Team with Re/Max Real Estate. We would love to tour Spruce Grove & Stony Plain’s new home communities with you, and perhaps share some insight into locations you might not have considered.