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Warranty Claims Made Easy!

Sposen Homes prides itself in not only building a quality home, but also in making sure we properly service our homes throughout the warranty phase of your home ownership.  A great tool to help expedite the process of making a warranty claim, is our BuilderTrend App.  Continue reading ..

In order to deliver efficient, high quality products, home builders will contract with specific companies who are experts in their trade. Some of those trades are concrete companies, framing companies, electric companies, cabinet companies and flooring companies. These trades are referred to as “subcontractors” of the builder.

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Building a home is one of the biggest financial investments you make within your lifetime, for this reason, everyone should have a clear understanding of exactly what they’re getting. It can be a confusing process, which leads to many questions. We have compiled a list of common FAQ’s and would like to share them with you.

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Once the construction of a new home is deemed complete the builder will schedule two separate walk-throughs of your home. The first is the construction walk-through and the second is the final walk-through. Both of these walk-throughs play a key role in ensuring that a quality product is delivered to the homeowner…. Continue reading ..

IMG_9118Building a home is a bit of a process, but if you take some time to do some research you will find it to be a very rewarding experience. The definition of disappointment is the unrealized expectations, it is important to work with a builder who gives you a clear understanding of both the process and the product you are contracting them to create for you. If you take the time to confirm these 5 things, it will make for a much better building experience for all parties involved…. Continue reading ..

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If you are interested in becoming a homeowner, you have two primary options: building a house and buying a house. To help you make the right decision, start by comparing the benefits that both offer. For example, although the current inventory is tight, existing homes are readily available. When working with a home builder, you may have to wait a little longer but end up with exactly what you want.

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You need to consider several things when building or buying a house in Cape Coral, FL. The goal is to become knowledgeable so that you avoid overspending, missed deadlines, and careless work. Although you can always buy an existing home, a perfect climate, sunny skies, pristine beaches, and gorgeous water make this area enticing for new construction….

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Choosing a paint color for your home may seem like an easy task, but in reality, this can be challenging. As part of new home construction, you have the opportunity to select outdoor and indoor elements, including plants, trees, carpeting, tile, appliances, fixtures, and paint. With hundreds of possibilities and endless combinations, choosing the paint colors for both the interior and exterior can be overwhelming…  Continue reading ..

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As you can imagine, there are many moving parts that are coordinated when constructing a home.  We don’t expect you to be construction experts, however we do like to inform you as to what to expect over the initial weeks and latter months.  There are 5 main steps that have to be completed in order to deliver a new construction home, all of which are all outlined below.  Each of the steps contain an overview of all the sub processes that make them up.

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By Lew Sichelman / United Feature Syndicate

Originally published in the Orlando Sentinel, Sunday, September 23, 2001

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WASHINGTON – Building or buying a house is nothing if not an emotional roller coaster. But the trick to bringing your ride to successful conclusion is to try to even out the peaks and valleys.

The way builder- educator Tom Stephanie describes it in his seminars for builders and buyers, the journey typically starts out on a high note as you through the preliminaries of finding the area where you want to live, picking a particular subdivision or neighborhood and choosing a model or design.  Then the bottom tends to drop out as you pick your options and figure out how much it will cost. You plummet quickly from feeling of excitement to shock or anger. Some people give up. But those who decide to keep going often find that the trip starts to level off as they sign the contract and are approved for financing.

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