Our ProcessThe Path to Ownership

View the path to ownership for Single Family Homes or Townhomes & Quads. 

Step 1: Sales Process

Begin by choosing a community, collaborate with a Community Manager for a customizable floor plan and homesite. Whether you pick an existing plan or customize one, our in-house architect will design a personalized floor plan for your approval. Your Community Manager will then manage the contract documents, ensuring a smooth process as you secure your new home.

    Step 2: Plan Review Meeting

    Meet with our Vice President of Construction to review the neighborhood specifications, confirm the blueprints match your contract, discuss construction timelines and any additional changes you may wish to include. Once the plan changes are finalized, your plan will be released to permitting.

      Step 3: Selections

      Once construction starts, our Selections Coordinator will contact you to schedule meetings for choosing exterior colors, appliances, cabinetry, and interior finishes. You'll receive a Buyer Selection Book with deadlines for each selection phase. The Coordinator will assist in scheduling appointments with our partners and provide essential information to help you make informed choices for your new home.

        Step 4: Construction

        After securing the building permit, you'll meet with the VP of Construction or assigned Superintendent to review the home details, contract documents, and any changes. A start date will be scheduled upon permit acquisition. During construction, you can meet with the Superintendent to observe progress and quality in areas like framing, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC systems.

          Step 5: Moving Into Your New Home

          Approximately one week before closing, your Superintendent will demonstrate home functions, review warranty and emergency procedures, and note any defects for correction. To ensure a smooth closing, share your closing agent's name with us at least sixty days prior. A closing package will include final closing numbers. Post-closing, your Superintendent will hand over keys at your new Boone home.

            Step 6: Warranty

            At approximately 30 and 60 days post-closing, you will hear from our warranty department encouraging you to let us know of any issues you may be having with your new home. Prior to the 60-day mark, share a list of issues. Around your one-year new home anniversary, we'll follow up to revisit and address any additional concerns.

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