New home construction mistakes are both unfortunate and entirely avoidable. Most of us like being right in an argument and getting the right answer on everything from a trivia game to an online quiz. The home building process is an even bigger and more important win. Here are three common new home construction mistakes and the ways to avoid an error you can’t erase.
#1 Choosing the Wrong Builder
An experienced and trusted builder with five star testimonials is a solid foundation to prevent new home construction mistakes. The right builder will be the point person linking you, the buyer, to the rest of the home building team. Your new home requires collaboration between architects, designers, material suppliers, the construction crew, and a bank lender. The right builder will address your concerns upfront or connect you to the right expert.
#2 Selecting the Wrong Floor Plan
Your floor plan needs to be something you and your family can live with for years to come. New home construction mistakes can leave you with an incorrect amount of bedrooms or bathrooms or a space perfect for work but awful for entertaining. A good homebuilder will offer you a wide variety of floor plans with flexible and convertible rooms. Your builder can also help you visualize the space or offer suggestions after getting to know you and your lifestyle.
#3 Moving into the Wrong Community
It doesn’t take a fence to make a good neighbor. In fact, homebuilders offer attractive communities of coordinating homes and thoughtful property lines. An experienced homebuilder will have communities to meet your standards for safety, cleanliness, a short commute, and convenient local amenities.
Before you fall victim to new home construction mistakes, contact Echelon Homes about our customer centric building process and our commitment to customer satisfaction.
Article by: Jennifer Elkow
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