You’re about to embark on one of the most exciting and rewarding journeys you’ll make in your life. At times along the way, you’ll probably feel thrilled and nervous and even overwhelmed. Not to worry. We’ve walked tens of thousands of home buyers down this path. We’re here to guide you and answer any questions you might have – including the ones you didn’t even know to ask – so you can feel confident that you’ve made a smart choice.
You're ready to begin your journey. The first step is signing the purchase agreement and submitting earnest money. Take a deep breath. You're on your way.
Consider using one of our preferred lenders and you could receive additional incentives like showroom allowance, closing cost assistance, or title policy paid.
Time to submit your initial loan application.
Within 8 days of signing the purchase agreement, you should receive your conditional approval letter from your lender.
This is the fun part! Pick out and price the options you want for your new home - from features to finishes, from cabinets to floors, and more. One of our experienced design consultants will guide you through this exciting process.
Visit the showroom at the first available appointment date or within 10 days of signing your purchase agreement.
After the excitement of dreaming up your new home, you might feel anxious without another "to-do." Rest easy. While you wait, we're getting things done - like finalizing the building plans and obtaining necessary permits. It's all part of the build process.
Now that you loan is approved and we've received your permit from the city, your home will be slotted into the schedule to begin construction. Your Field Manager will reach out to you to schedule your pre-start meeting to review your plans.
Join your Field Manager at the pre-start meeting when we double-check that everyone is in agreement regarding the build. We know that open communication is essential to a smoother build with fewer surprises.
In this meeting we will:
Let's build your new home! There's nothing quite like the thrill of knowing your foundation has been poured. It's not uncommon at this stage to feel like your home looks small. Don't worry, that feeling will change as we start the frame.
After the foundation is poured, skilled tradesmen will start the frame. At this point, you'll really start to get a feel for your new home.
This is your opportunity to review all electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems and other "behind the wall" details before drywall is installed.
As the drywall is installed, you'll start to get a much better feel for your new home living spaces.
It's not uncommon to squeal with excitement as trim, cabinets, and fixtures are installed during this phase. We won't judge.
Our Quality Inspectors evaluate every one of our homes with a quality, top-to-bottom inspection. You can feel comfortable knowing you're buying a well-built home.
During this meeting, your Field Manager will educate you on the operation and care of your home systems, like plumbing, electrical and air conditioning. Our goal is for the home to be 100% complete at this time. If anything is outside our model home standard that needs correcting, you Field Manager will document it and commit to a time to have it completed. There's nothing to sweat here.
We'll walk through your new home with you and confirm that all of the items noted in the pre-close meeting have been addressed.
This is it! After you sign the closing documents and finalize any closing costs and down payment, your loan will be funded. Mission accomplished. Congratulations on your new home!
Even though you've settled into your new HistoryMaker Home, we're still available to answer any questions or help fulfill warranty service requests should you have any concerns after closing. Our Customer Service Team is here to help, long after we hand over the keys.
You may have closed on your new home, but we'll still be by your side when you need us. If you're happy, we're happy.
The process was easy from start to finish and I was supported every step of the way. No question was left unanswered or disregarded.