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The Possibilities of
New Home Construction

A Guide for Real Estate Agents and Brokers

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Increase your market, and client satisfaction.

While your clients may not be considering building a new home, the teardown and new home construction alternative may be the best, if not the only option available to achieve their goals.

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You’re Invited

Join us for a tour and brief presentation in our award-winning model home on Geranium Street in Bethesda. A Q & A session will follow the brief presentation.

Don’t hesitate to consider new home construction with your client. Consider Classic Homes your resource for everything you’ll need to know.


Tuesday, July 18 | Open House 11 AM – 12 PM | Presentation/Q&A 12 PM – 1 PM

Lunch by Founding Farmers

Please register in advance. Thank you!

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Earn Commission Upfront

If your client builds with us, you will receive your commission within two weeks of the land closing. In most cases this process takes approximately 45 – 60 days.



Help Your Clients Visualize

With accurate land analysis, we can help you provide your client with a realistic assessment of what can be built on a particular piece of property, and at what cost.


Seamless Communication

We always strive to make the builder-realtor partnership as seamless as possible. Our team will consult you with any developments on your client’s potential project.


Proposed Homes for MLS

We partner with area agents, providing proposed home packages for teardown properties and vacant land, with a full estimated price which can be listed on MLS.

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