The information above has been provided as a means to help simplify the process of purchasing and building a new home. In no event are any of the above statements contractual obligations of the Builder or Seller and before relying on any of the above, it is recommended that you discuss any concerns or situations described with the Builder or Seller to ensure a mutual understanding.
Once your house plan is completed, and you’ve signed off on the plans, you’ll meet with one of our design coordinators to make your selections. If you’re buying a single house, you will receive a package of information prior to your first design meeting. Please review this information as it will prepare you for some of the decisions you will need to make. 80% of your decisions will be made at this meeting(s). Exterior Colors and Materials, Front Door Styles, Interior Millwork, Door Hardware and Fireplaces are just some of the selections you will make. In some cases, there may be more than one design meeting depending on the extent of the options you are choosing. Each meeting lasts no more than two hours.
Townhouse Communities have less flexibility to make changes because of permitting requirements imposed by the Township. Contact the Builder’s office to place a deposit on a lot or house or for more information.
The Selections with the Builder must be made before any meetings with the subcontractors can begin.