For a lot of new homeowners, the support and assistance of their home builder will greatly help them through the transition phase. That is, the time between moving in and getting acquainted with the new house. This is why Grand Homes recommends that you carefully look into your home builder’s after-sales support before making the purchase.
At any time during the moving-in period, you may suddenly find that a certain part of your new home isn’t to your liking or that it needs a little tweaking. Whatever your concerns are, you should be able to feel comfortable enough to approach your home builder about these; and more importantly, you should be able to reach them without trouble. There have been many instances where a home builder suddenly disappears once the house has been turned over to the buyer. While we do hope this doesn’t happen to you, it’s better to err on the side of caution and check their after-sales support before agreeing to purchase the home.
We at Grand Homes pride ourselves in having a strong after-sales support team that provides you with fast and efficient assistance regarding your newly acquired home. We want you to have a stress-free transition phase, and if this means providing you with assistance at any time during your moving-in phase or even after you’ve settled in, then we’d be glad to help any way we can.
For a home builder that you can trust, you can always rely on Grand Homes. Feel free to get in touch with us for questions or inquiries.
When buying a home, it’s important to think about the future. Your choice of a house will greatly determine how long your growing family will live there. This is why Grand Homes recommends that you look for a home builder that has the future in mind. Homes designed to last generation after generation, with classic and timeless designs infused with modern touches will make for a great investment for your family and for your family’s future generations to come.
Take for instance, the estate model designed by Grand Homes for its Harrington Mills community in Plano. The house features designs that are unique, and exclusively Grand Homes’; In Law Suites, Life Spaces, children’s computer loft, reading balconies, game rooms, media rooms, and several bedrooms. With a sprawling back yard, there’s also plenty of room for everyone in the family to enjoy the outdoors.
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This is but one example of a good estate that can become your legacy. There are so many others to choose from; but the bottom line is to choose one that can withstand the test of time, both aesthetically and structurally.
There are also homes that haven’t been completed that you could consider. This should give you the freedom to incorporate your own design or preferences into the layout. The key is to look for a home builder you can work with and completely trust.
Ultimately, your choice of home builder will greatly affect the choices that you have and the quality of the homes that you get to choose from. That’s why you should choose your builder wisely.
If you would like to learn more about the homes that are available from Grand Homes, or you wish to talk to an experienced and trustworthy builder about the home you wish to own, please feel free to contact us at your convenience.
If you’re a first time home buyer, we at Grand Homes recommend that you first make a list of all the things that you look for in an ideal home. This will not only save you time and effort, but it will also help you get exactly what you want—and perhaps even more. If you don’t know what you’re looking for, how else would you know that you’ve found the one, right?
Other that the most common factors like location, neighborhood or community, nearby establishments and facilities, garage, and of course, price, below are some of our suggestions:
1. Space. How much space will you be needing? Consider the number of bedrooms, the size of the kitchen and living room, and the number of toilet and bath. If you like entertaining, then you would need a large enough space to accommodate your usual number of guests, plus a few unexpected extras. You may also want to consider having an extra bedroom for the occasional stay-in guests.
2. Garden, patio, and balcony. If you like the outdoors, then you should definitely consider a home with a nice garden and patio, and even a balcony for those days when you want some fresh air but don’t want to step outside the house. Also consider the landscaping, if any.
If you’d like to view our ready-for-occupancy homes, please feel free to get in touch with Grand Homes at your convenience.
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