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Here's What To Expect When Building An Arbors Home

Are you thinking about investing in a new Arbors home? Here are a few things you can expect once you decide to build:

Getting Pre-Qualified

Before the building process begins, you will want to get pre-qualified for a loan to pay for your new Arbors home. This will help ensure that you don't end up facing costs that you can't pay for once the building process is complete. You can expect your Arbors representative to help you determine which bank to work with and to help you apply for your loan so nothing important gets overlooked and no delays develop for any reason.

Your representative will help you gather all the documentation you'll need to apply for your loan, and they'll help you figure out how much money to apply for getting pre-qualified to ensure that all of your building costs can be covered by the loan. Once you get pre-qualified for a loan, you can start talking about building your new home.

Planning and Building

If you haven't already done so by this point, you will work with your representative to choose the right home floorplan for your family's needs and expectations. Based on your current needs and your future plans, your representative can recommend floorplans to consider. From there, you can tour the floorplans and make a final building decision.

After choosing a floorplan to build, a pre-construction meeting will take place that involves a project manager and their team members to finalize building plans and make sure that building permits are in place. They'll also plan all the phases of your home build and create an action plan to present you with.

You will have an opportunity to meet with your project manager to have your questions and concerns addressed and to learn how the building process will unfold. You can expect to learn about the building timeline, and you'll likely be given a tentative move-in date, so you have plenty of time to plan, prepare, and pack for your move.

Ongoing Support

Not only will your new home come with a warranty, but you'll be able to contact your representative if you have questions or run into problems once you move into your home. Some of the exterior finishes, especially throughout the landscape, may need to be finished after you move in which your building team will do based on your preferred timeline. And you can count on being able to schedule service appointments when necessary without having to find a third-party provider that is familiar with Arbors homes.

If you are interested in arbors homes for sale, feel free to reach out to real estate agents for more info.