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Get a glimpse into the process with our Journey Home video series

December 21, 2020

Get a glimpse into the process with our Journey Home video series

Hunter Quinn Homes works hard to make your experience buying a new-construction home easy. We pride ourselves in simplifying the process, which is why we’ve condensed it into four simple steps—it’s also why we give an overview of each of these steps on our YouTube channel with our Journey Home video series. These videos walk you through the process and can give a glimpse into what building a Hunter Quinn home entails. Read on for a summary of each video, or follow the links to see for yourself. 

Step 1: Pick Your Place & Your Space

Your first step to home ownership with Hunter Quinn is to pick your place and space. In the first video of our Journey Home series, we discuss how an assigned New Homes Consultant aims to complement the buyer’s needs with the perfect floor plan and features to create a match made in heaven. After asking a variety of questions to get a better understanding of what our customers need and selecting a floor plan, you’ll work together to find a home site in your future Hunter Quinn community. Special requests like cul-de-sac sites or wooded backyards can be accommodated, depending on availability. After your purchase agreement is finalized, you’ll receive a Hunter Quinn homeowner guide to help keep track of timelines, important documents and any other details related to your build. Within 10 days of signing the purchase agreement, you’ll move on to the personalization aspect of the process—selecting flooring, hardware, wall colors and more. Our pre-selected color packages make designing your future home stress-free and simple.  

Step 2: Pre-Construction Meeting

The next step in the process is the pre-construction meeting. Before construction begins, you’ll have the opportunity to meet with the project manager who will be overseeing the build of your new home. You’ll discuss, in detail, the features and finishes you’ve selected during the first part of the process and ask any questions you might have in regards to groundbreaking or the construction process. Your project manager will provide a broad overview of what to expect, go over details of the home site itself and double-check that everything is accurate and accounted for.   

Step 3: Pre-Drywall Meeting

After weeks of hard work at the hands of Hunter Quinn employees, buyers will get the opportunity to walk through their future home during construction at the pre-drywall meeting. Once your home is framed, you’ll meet with the project manager to once again confirm finishes and features, as well as go through technical and electrical details. Once your home is ready to have cabinets installed, our team will let you know an estimated closing date—making it a great time for homeowners to check in with their lender and ensure everything is taken care of prior to closing. 

Step 4: Homeowner Orientation

For the last—and obviously most exciting—step, you’ll walk through a homeowner orientation with your project manager at your completed Hunter Quinn home. The purpose of this meeting is to give you an opportunity to learn about the home’s primary operating functions, so you can take good care of it once you reside there. Water, electrical and regular homeowner maintenance requirements will all be covered. After a final review of your home the day of your closing, you’ll sign off on the homeowner addendum and ready to move in!  

Now that you’ve watched the videos and learned more about our process, you might be ready to get started. Contact us today and we’ll be in touch shortly!

Courtney took care of us extremely well making sure all of our requests were met, even with all of our customizations and additions that were requested. If she didn’t have an answer for a question, she reached out and got an answer and got back to us very quickly! She made our buying process so easy and was a tremendous help with everything.

Shane R., Lincolnville Square Homeowner

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