We make it easy with a simple building process.
You may be already celebrating about your new home, and you should be! Many of our customers purchase a home we are currently building or nearly complete, and many times you can still choose some colors or selections and request “Add-Ons” for an additional price. Here is an outline of the key steps for you:
Our initial consultation will be focused on what you want and need. This will move us into a selection of floor plans and available lots to build on. We have many lots and floor plans to choose from, and if you have your own idea, we have the draftsmen and architects to design your dream home. If you have your own lot, we will schedule a time to walk your land with you.
2. Earnest Money Contract
Once we agree on price and choice of selections, we will sign an agreement and need earnest money. We will provide you with a detailed cost estimate of your home, remodel, or add-on with all of its options before we sign a contract, so there are no surprises down the road.
Choose Colors and Materials / Add-Ons
This is by far our favorite part since we get to assist you in making your home, Your Home! By building a new home, you get everything your way—your bathroom, your kitchen, your selections throughout, your colors, your flooring, your appliances, and so much more.
4. Building Time
This time can vary from a few months to one year or more, depending on the scale of the project. Our No. 1 goal is to build you the highest quality home.
5. Final walkthrough
We will walk you through your new home to acquaint you with its features and the operation of various systems and components, and explain your responsibilities for maintenance and upkeep as well as warranty coverage and procedures. This is often referred to as a pre-settlement walkthrough. It’s also an opportunity to spot items that need to be corrected or adjusted.
We will meet at a pre-arranged title office to complete your purchase. You get your keys to start moving in once the purchased is closed and funded.
Note: For safety as well as logistical reasons, we discourage customers from dropping in unannounced at the construction site.