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New Homes for Sale in Seattle, WA

LGI Homes offers new homes for sale in Seattle. If you are tired of renting in Seattle, locate affordable new homes by visiting each location in the Greater Puget Sound area today.
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Lipoma Firs Summerwood Park Deschutes River Highlands Suntop Farms Highland Greens
Now Selling
$1,409/mo.*
Highland Greens
Snohomish County
Grand Opening
$1,619/mo.*
Lipoma Firs
Puyallup
Grand Opening
$1,489/mo.*
Last Homes Available
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Grand Opening
$1,559/mo.*

Seattle's Affordable New Construction Home Builder

LGI Homes is proud to offer beautiful new homes in amenity-rich, conveniently located communities surrounding Seattle, Washington. LGI Homes exemplifies commitment to service, quality and value, through their stunning new home communities and affordable no money down homes. Enjoy the slower pace, open space and reduced living expense that exists just a short distance from downtown. LGI Homes' new home communities offer the best of both worlds: affordable homeownership, and the vibrancy, attractions and amenities of Greater Seattle.

About Seattle, WA

If you’re looking for new homes in Seattle, WA, you’ll be looking in one of the biggest metropolitan areas in the entire country. The population of the Seattle metro area is more than 3.5 million, making it the 15th largest such area in the nation. That should mean you’ll find plenty of new homes in the Seattle area.

Seattle, WA was first settled back in November 13, 1851. The name for the city comes from the Native American name “Sealth”, who was the chief of the local Suquamish tribe when the city was settled. Over the years, the city grew, at first thanks to lots of natural resources like timber. Seattle’s economy would diversify as it became a major transportation hub thanks to the Klondike Gold Rush. Today, the city’s economy is largely known for software giants and the aircraft industry. Some major companies like Amazon, Boeing, Starbucks, and Nordstrom all have headquarters in the city. With the growth of these businesses, you’ll always find new home construction in Seattle.

Of course, as you’re searching in Seattle for new homes, you’ll definitely want to stop off at the Space Needle, Seattle’s defining landmark. The Space Needle was built back in 1962 for the World’s Fair and stands at more than 600 feet tall. If you visit, make sure to head up to the top saucer where you can get a beautiful view of the city and all its surroundings, including the Cascade Mountains, Mount Rainier, and Puget Sound.

Other Seattle, WA Factoids

The original settlers wanted to call the new city New York. Only later was it renamed to Seattle. So just think, as you look for new homes for sale in Seattle, you could have been moving to New York.

One of the most impactful events in Seattle’s history was the Great Seattle Fire in 1889, where the whole central business district burned to the ground. Instead of clearing everything or moving elsewhere, the city just rebuilt on top of the debris. Some streets were raised as high as 22 feet.

People in Seattle sure like to read. Up to 80% of the adults there have a Seattle Public Library card. So make sure to get yours when you’re there.

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$0 Down Option

If you thought that needing a large down payment was an obstacle on your road to homeownership, we've got great news. No Money Down purchase options have allowed hundreds of buyers just like you to move into a brand new home, oftentimes for less than it was costing them to rent!

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