Key Questions for a New Home Builder
Knowing what to ask
We sincerely hope you choose Centex to build your new home. However, no matter with whom you plan to talk, you should be prepared to ask any builder some key questions before making your decision. Here are some of those questions.
What should I look for in a builder?
Begin by selecting a builder who specializes in the type of home you want to buy. Make sure they have experience in the area you want to build, that they have a history of building quality homes, and are financially stable. Take the time to check their references and talk to past customers. Also, make sure that the builder is available to start your project when you need it to start.
You also want to ask the builder if it offers a comprehensive warranty.
Why should I build when I could buy?
If you need to move into your home within a month, then you’ll want to buy a new home that’s already finished. But if you want a home that is built specifically to your needs and desires, and you can’t find a home that exactly matches your requirements, then you’ll want to build your new home from the ground up. Centex offers both. All of our homes are built with integrity, quality and commitment to customer service that you’d expect from some of the nation’s leading homebuilders. Begin your search for a new home today.
What awards have you received?
You should be confident that your builder has been recognized for excellence in the industry. Ask the builder about its history of industry achievements. That history tells you something about the company you’ll keep as you build or buy your new home.Centexoperations have a legacy of awards and recognition for business performance, building methodologies, energy innovation, employment practices, and customer satisfaction. You’d be proud to become a member of our family.
Do you have a specific process to involve me in the building of my home?
Involvement in the entire home building process is key to getting what you want in your home, and to enjoying a delightful experience living in your home years to come. Ask the homebuilder how you will be actively involved in that process.