Frequently Asked Questions
Call our office to schedule a meeting with a member of our team. Please bring a survey, plat, and picture or your lot if available. Our staff would be happy to walk you through the process.
Most of our customers don’t have land when they first come to us. We are here to help. We have contacts throughout the area that update us on available land. We can help get you started on your search based on where you want to live, and whether you want to live in a neighborhood or out in the country. We have the resources and we’re just a click or a phone call away.
We also have the ability to offer move-in ready homes in most of our subdivisions.
Our office will keep you up-to-date step by step. We offer an online portal that is updated weekly with the status of your home.
Make an appointment with your New Home Consultant and start from the beginning. First, select the home, then move onto the custom changes and options that you’d like to add. Second, determine how much your land will cost and the allowance items necessary to prepare your land (well and septic, driveway, sidewalks, landscaping, etc.). Don’t worry … your New Home Consultant can give you accurate estimates for all these items. What they won’t do is give you a low ball price to make your total investment look great but end up costing you more money in the end, but an accurate estimate with experience and local knowledge behind it.
Generally, we don’t build from anyone else’s plans. Most of the time we’re able to review a floor plan and suggest one of ours with design and structural changes.
The best way is to sit down with a New Home Consultant and determine what type of home is the best for you and your family. Our sales teams are experts at working with you to find out what’s most important and what you absolutely have to have in your new home. Call and ask how you can get an Upgrade Option List … that’s the most valuable tool you can have in your new home search.
We would love to have models of each of our floor plans. Obviously that’s not economically feasible. It certainly makes a difference when you can see a home first hand rather than on a brochure or blue print. Your New Home Consultant can find out if your home is being built in the area.
We build throughout Mobile and Baldwin County, and surrounding areas.
Yes! We do offer the option to customize one of our plans.