When you’re looking for a home builder you can trust, it makes sense to do your homework. Besides reading all the paperwork before you sign on the dotted line, check out the builder’s reputation. Valuable sources of information are in your community, available online, at the better business bureau, and through word of mouth. Here’s your guide to the top factors to consider before choosing a a good home builder.
How many years of experience does your home builder have?
Look for builders with at least 10 years of experience. The longer they’ve been in business, the better. Experienced builders stay on time and within budget. They’ve learned a thing or two about efficiency and how to build a customer-centric team of designers, sales people, construction crew, and bank lenders.
How many five star reviews in the customer testimonials?
Speaking of customer-centric, a confident home builder will direct you to previous customers for real world reviews. Testimonials from existing homeowners are an unbiased and trusted source of information. Five star reviews are a good sign you could be the next satisfied customer. They’ll also set you up with ideas to incorporate in your new home construction.
How does the home builder support the customer after the initial sale?
Look for a licensed and insured home builder that offers a clear and comprehensive warranty. A no hassle warranty is a clue your builder is using quality materials and good construction techniques. You’ll avoid premature replacement costs. It’s important that your family enjoys a safe, durable, and attractive home for years to come.
With over 15 years of experience building homes in the most attractive communities of southeast Michigan, Echelon Homes is a builder you can trust. Contact us for a home builder with no fine print and no hidden fees; just upfront pricing and a comprehensive commitment to you, the customer.
Article by: Jennifer Elkow
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