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You have been researching websites learning about building a new home. You're facing decisions such as, which company you should choose, the style of your dream home and more. Researching your new dream home is exciting but can become overwhelming due to all the information you absorb from researching websites. From our many years of experience building HiPerformance modular homes, we have done some of the work for you through our Internet marketing efforts. Here are some simple steps that will help keep you organized as well as some additional steps you may not have considered.
This is the most important step and should be the #1 question you ask yourself. If you are financing your purchase, your mortgage lender will be able to provide you a very good answer. It's not just based on your yearly income - there are many variables involved. The lender will discuss this with you. This is the per-qualification process. They will be able to provide you loan options that fit you and your family's needs. As you are researching all those builder websites, contact your bank or mortgage lender. If you need assistance in locating a lender we can help.
Once you've researched mortgage lenders and have a budget through the per-qualification process, now it's time to get per-approved. This is not the final loan process. All you are doing is asking the chosen lender to per-approve a possible loan. This helps you in two ways: it shows the builder you are serious and that you are financially capable of building a new home and gives you a target price range.
American Premier Modular Homes is an approved independent builder. A licensed builder or general contractor is needed for all site work including: foundation, garages, porches, driveways, permits, etc - they are your main point of contact throughout your new home building process.The builder also handles all pricing to meet your local building codes.
When the builder receives the engineered plans, you and the builder can review and make any changes as necessary to make the plan perfect for you, your family and your budget. The initial plans will consist of floor plans and elevations. If you have changes, the builder will note them on the plans and re-submit to our engineering department. The faster you finalize your plans, the sooner you can start construction.These steps, if followed, will make your new home building experience pleasant and exciting.