You may have seen advertised some very low prices but then find out that all of the so called low priced lots have gone. Be careful if at this point you are offered much higher priced lots.
Do not allow yourself to be convinced that you will “miss out” if you don’t decide to buy there and then. Quick decisions often lead to long term regrets.
Many people choose to purchase lots from developers because of all the amenities they have been promised. Make sure that all of the things you’ve been promised are fully listed on the property report.
Be cautious of allowing yourself to be led by the assurance that you are buying an excellent investment.
An underhand sales tactic is to tell you all kinds of facts and figures about population growth and real estate prices in the area, but this may not apply to the precise area you are looking to buy. It might not be that easy to resell the lot either, particularly if the developer still has lots for sale.
While not all developers and sales teams are dishonest, its good to be aware of some of these sales tactics so you can avoid becoming being misled.