Step 2: We Customize Your Plan and Review Prices
- If you are customizing, we prepare a preliminary sketch and send it to you.
- We reconvene for a meeting to receive your feedback and adjust the plan as needed.
Step 3: You Enter into a Contingent Contract
- You sign a contingent contract that may be canceled at any time during the contingency period.
- We will continue to revise plan and prepare pricing.
- Site visit by Michael Schnitzer at no charge to customer.
- Preliminary browse to understand pricing of finishes.
- Upon contingency removal, we will finalize your plans and selections and obtain permits.
Step 4: Contact One of Our Preferred Lenders to Obtain Financing for a Construction Loan
Jerry Berry JerryBerryLoans.com
Cheryl Freeman USBank.com
You are not required to obtain your loan through our preferred lender. You may use another lender as long as they are a member in good standing with the Mortgage Banker Association. Understanding the lending process is vital and will also help you establish a budget.
Step 5: Pre-Construction and Construction Meetings
- You will meet with your Project Manager Pre-Construction to review what to expect during construction and review your plans and selections.
- You will meet again during construction for Pre-Trade and Pre-Drywall orientations.
Step 6: New Home Orientation
- Verify quality standards throughout the home.
- Review the use of the systems within the home.
- Review warranty and service procedures.
Step 7: Warranty and Follow Up
- You submit your lists for 60-day and 9-month warranty visits.