The Construction Process For Your New Home
CGM Home Builders, Inc. has many home plans that can be adapted to each personal style and taste. CGM also works with local architects who can create a custom design that accommodates the needs of any family.
A preliminary budget proposal will be presented after the design has been completed and the selection of a lot has been made. An interim construction loan will be secured by the buyer and CGM will build the home on the purchased lot.
The Construction Contract
CGM will provide a contract that includes the estimate and the specifications of said project. The contract includes specific allowances for the many selections that will be made during the home construction process.
The contract must be signed and the interim construction loan must close prior to the initiation of construction.
The necessary permits for construction will be procured from the appropriate governing bodies.
Approval from the Homeowner Association’s architectural control committee is also necessary prior to the onset of construction.
A list of vendors will be provided to begin the process of making the necessary home-building selections. It is recommended but not required to enlist the services of a professional interior designer; that designer can make the selection process smooth and simple.
Many customers prefer to make their own selections and have found CGM’s vendors very helpful in making the choices that best fit their taste and lifestyle.
Change orders are a part of the construction process and must be agreed upon and signed by both the buyer and the builder. It is important to understand that when any changes occur affecting the budget, design, or any prior agreed-upon decision that the buyer and the builder must mutually agree to said changes.