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New home sales should be recorded on the public record, if any have occurred in that development. Most new home transactions are not done through a licensed real estate agent, and are not fed into the MLS system quickly, which is used almost immediately on sites like Zillow, realtor.com, etc. When they are recorded on the public record, it may take a couple months for the local  county recorders to post them. So there could be a long delay.
You may want to enlist the help of a local buyers agent to help you find the comps in your area. Their services are free to the buyers, and you'll have someone on your side in the transaction. Good luck.

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