Your Journey to Purchasing a New Home with Stonefield
Buying a new construction home is an exciting time. You’ll be able to watch your dream home be built from the ground up. Here’s what you need to know about purchasing a new home with Stonefield.
- Find your perfect home – We have an array of Dallas TX area new homes quick move-ins and lots available to choose from. Work with one of our new home consultants to find the perfect home that meets your lifestyle needs.
- Secure your new home – You’ll sign a sales agreement after selecting your floor plan. Your new home consultant will go over the entire agreement. You’ll put down your earnest money deposit to make it all official.
- Obtain lender approval – You can finance your home through our preferred lender. They’re familiar with our process which can help make financing your dream home an easier process.
- Design gallery appointment – This is where the real fun begins! You’ll have an appointment with our interior designer to select the features of your new home. This will include everything from the countertops to flooring to paint colors to fixtures. Bring any inspirational photos to showcase your vision for your home.
- Pre-construction conference – Before construction begins on your new home, you’ll meet with our construction manager and new home consultant. You’ll go over your floor plan and design selections to make sure everything looks good.
- Pre-drywall conference – Before the drywall goes up, you’ll confirm everything is in its rightful place such as outlets and switches.
- Visiting the construction site – It’s natural to want to see your new home being built. We ask that you work with your construction manager to see your home. You will be updated on your home’s progress by the construction manager and new home consultant.
- Closing date announcement – As your home nears completion, you’ll be contacted to get your closing date scheduled. We hope to make it 30-days before your home is complete.
- New home presentation – You’ll get a tour of your completed new home. The construction manager will demonstrate features and show you how everything works so you can become familiar with your new home. You’ll be able to point out anything that needs fixings and resolve any issues that need to be addressed before you close on your home.
- Closing on your new home – Get your favorite pen ready! The time has come to sign your final loan documents to make everything official. The title company will let you know what documents to bring. The keys will be handed over once everything is signed.