There are three main way this is typically done:
If ALL of the following are true, you could consider writing up an offer with an affiliate of the builder:
If ANY of the following are true, you should have your own agent representing you (not an affiliate of the builder/seller):
Buying a home "directly" from the builder could mean a couple things:
Some builders will have you contact their listing agent for the home or community you're interested in. Other builders have someone in-house that could be contacted with sales related questions.
Directly under the photo for each new home on landcast.com we display the listing brokerage name and the MLS number. We don't have the listing broker's contact info on our site but you can often find it by using a search engine to find the broker's website and then on their site, search for the MLS number to find the listing agent's contact info.
We'd recommend searching the web for the home builder by name and try to find their website and contact info. If that doesn't work, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll look it up for you.