Our Building Process... So what happens next?
An Overview of Your New Home Experience
Purchasing a new home is an exciting experience. The process is also complex, with many details to be decided and arranged. While King Building, Inc. is building your new home, you participate by taking care of several important aspects of your purchase. The chronological list that follows outlines the events that typically take place in the purchase of a new home. Where time frames are specified, you need to observe them in order for us to deliver your home on schedule.
Purchasing Your Home
The purchase agreement and various addenda constitute the legal understanding regarding the purchase of your new home. Please read the purchase agreement and all attachments carefully. As with any legal agreement, you may wish to have your attorney review them. Once all the paperwork is signed, we suggest you insert those documents in Section 2 of this manual, Purchasing Your Home.
Applying for Your Loan
Once you have signed the purchase agreement, finalizing the details for financing is next. To assist you, we may suggest lenders appropriate for your specific financial situation. Section 3, Applying for Your Loan, contains hints and information on the loan process.
Your New Home Selections
New Home Selections, Section 4 of this manual, will assist you in the exciting process of personalizing your new home with your selections.
Construction of Your Home
We invite you to tour your new home with us at several points during construction. We also expect and welcome your casual visits to the site. Please read Section 5, Construction of Your Home, for guidelines on safety, security, and work in progress. Please bring this manual to all our meetings.
The homeowner orientation has two purposes. The first is to demonstrate the features of your home, discuss maintenance and our limited warranty program. Equally important, we want to confirm that we have delivered your new home at the quality level shown in our model homes and with all your selections installed. For detailed information, please review Section 6, Homeowner Orientation.