Five Traits to Look for in a Home Builder

Five Traits to Look for in a Home Builder

When you’re in the market for a brand new home, choosing that home, as well as the homebuilding company who will build it, should be given careful consideration .

A home will become the single-most important investment most Americans will purchase in their entire lifetime; so what traits should a prospective home buyer seriously look for in a home builder? The list could be a long one, but there are five traits that seem to stand out above the rest.

Trait #1: Is the Home Builder Home-Owner Focused?

At Nathan Carlisle Homes, we pay special attention to the fact that you, the buyer, may have never built a new home before.  Therefore we incorporate a very hands-on approach to the homebuilding process with many one-on-one meetings with you and the construction manager that will be building your home.  It is important to us that you have a positive building experience, and we believe this starts with an educated buyer on the homebuilding process.

Quality #2: Does the Home Builder Offer an Array of Floor plans and Options that Fit for Today’s Buyers?

Nathan Carlisle Homes offer a vast and gorgeous selection of award winning floor plans.  From two story plans with secondary bedrooms on the main level, to open and spacious single story floor plans with optional second floor game rooms, media rooms and bedrooms.  Whatever your floor plan needs may be, Nathan Carlisle Homes has you covered.

Quality #3: Does the Home Builder Offer Energy Efficient Homes?

Nathan Carlisle Homes has a strong belief that building an Energy Efficient Home should be an obligation to the home buyer, not an optional feature for you to pay extra for. Nathan Carlisle Homes builds each home to meet the strict requirements of Energy Star and the Environments for Living program which gives our homeowners a 3 year Heating and Cooling guarantee.

Quality #4: Does the Home Builder Promote A Positive Connection With the Buyer?

Nathan Carlisle Homes design studio offers home buyers the opportunity to connect with a professional design consultant.

Our consultants listen to your needs and desires, offer ideas and suggestions, and help you personalize every component involved with every feature of any selected home.

Quality #5: Does the Home Builder Offer a Recommended Lender Program?

An in-house lender is certainly not mandatory, but when lenders partner directly and intimately with home builders, it can prove to beadvantageous to both the buyer and the builder.

Communication between partnered lenders and established home builders affords a much greater likelihood that an expedited loan process will materialize for the buyer.

Brandon Jones

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