New construction, on average, sells for 29% more than non-new construction homes in League City. This is a huge premium that buyers are paying for new homes but it creates a healthy separation between resale homes and the new construction market. That means that even if you live in a subdivision where new construction is heavy, it shouldn’t affect your sale because the cost for a new home is much higher. As long as you have that “price gap” between your home and the builder, their activity shouldn’t have a negative impact on you.