We’ve assembled some useful resources to help you find the perfect house. Add these to amazing amenities and a sense of community, and you’ve got everything you need to make that house a home. From a handy checklist of things to consider when doing research and visiting in-person, to understanding the home buying process with each of our acclaimed home builders, we’re here to make the home buying process as easy for you as possible.
We know buying a home can be an exciting, yet often stressful process-there’s a lot to think about as you get started! So, here are a few things to consider as you launch into your home buying journey. Click here for a downloadable version of this checklist.†
Step 1: Getting Started
Step 2: Do Your Research
Consider New vs. Used – New homes today offer the latest energy-efficiency and technology options available. And being in Florida, having a home built to the most current hurricane standard is important. Here’s a look at these and other top reasons you should buy new.
Check Out Home Options Online – Search homebuilders, floor plans, and options online to get a feel for what is available. Waterset’s Homefinder is the perfect tool to help your search.
Consider the HOA/CDD – It’s important to understand the benefits of living in a CDD and HOA community, and what these fees include. Not all community HOA/CDDs are created equal–but in Waterset, you get a whole lot of amenities and more! Learn more in our digital brochure.
Step 3: Now the Fun Part-Explore in Person
Meet the builders of Waterset. Explore each to learn more about their processes, their variety of home offerings, their incentives and special discounts, and their unique aesthetic. Then, when you’re ready, come meet them in person at Waterset!
From the $270s
From the $290s
David Weekley Homes
From the $250s
From the $320s
Homes by WestBay
From the $290s
Park Square Homes
1,512-2,398 Sq.Ft. | From the $240s
Townhomes | 1,522-2,024 Sq.Ft. | From the $200s
What are you really getting when you buy a new home in Waterset instead of a different new-home community or even a resale home? We’ve charted it out for you.
†The purpose of the New-Home Buying Guide is only to provide a general overview of information you may choose to consider when purchasing a home. This material does not constitute legal, tax, accounting or investment advice, or professional consulting of any kind. Please consult with your qualified real estate, financial, and legal advisors regarding your specific circumstances and your purchase.