To find new townhomes in New Jersey, search real estate listing sites such as Trulia and Zillow. Hire an experienced agent to facilitate the purchase process, and negotiate a good deal with the property owner. Have a pre-purchase inspection done on a new home and ensure the terms of your agreement with a builder are put in a written contract, suggests Redfin.
When searching for new townhomes on Trulia, check the new construction subcategory under the For Sale tab, and select Townhome in the Property Type category. The website also lets you refine your search for properties in New Jersey by square footage, lot size, age of a house, and minimum and maximum price, according to Trulia.
When negotiating the price or terms of a new property, request that the builder or property owner make concessions such as offsetting the closing costs or making upgrades to the home at no extra cost. Enlist the help of a qualified building inspector to ensure the new home conforms to the building codes in a specific municipality. Ensure the purchase contract has a provision that allows you to back down from a deal and retain your deposit if the inspection reveals faults in the home, advises Redfin.