What to expect when you work with a home builder
If you have never purchased a brand new home before, you should know it’s a different experience than buying resale. However, there are many benefits to choosing new homes. Before you make the decision, here is a bit of information about what you can expect when you work with a new home builder.
The sales centre will be…
- A place for you to speak with a sales associate about your housing needs and want and a place to discuss size, styles, features, amenities, prices, location and timelines.
- An opportunity to tour a model home.
- A place to learn about the developer’s approach to design and the place to learn about the finishing options for the home.
The buying process will be…
- Clearly defined as to who is responsible for what and what you need to do after closing.
- A time to go over the written contract.
- A time to go over the schedule of the build and provide you with a dedicated point of contact and timelines for major construction milestones.
After your home is complete…
- You’ll receive an orientation tour as you take possession to explain all the features of your home and how to maintain it.
- You’ll receive a detailed explanation as to what is covered by warranties.
- You’ll receive a schedule of check-ups and a look at what the first year of your homeownership will entail.
What it’s like building with Genesis Builders…
Homebuilding isn’t just our business, it’s our passion. This passion fuels our drive and dedication to build innovative, quality homes at an affordable price for buyers at all stages of life. We have more than two decades of experience as homebuilders and land developers, and our Calgary and Airdrie communities are built on a solid foundation of expertise, integrity, and true craftsmanship. We manage every part of the new-home experience to ensure your needs and lifestyle come first, from community design through to home construction, to post-possession service and home sales. We understand that you aren’t just building a home—you’re building a life.
Want to learn more for yourself?
Use this “Get to know your builder” checklist provided by the Canadian Home Builders Association when doing your own research.