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Title: Building Your Dream Home


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Building Your Dream Home
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  • Whether you desire a design thats out of the
    ordinary, or just want the freedom to choose
    every detail of your new home yourself, youve
    found yourself considering building a home.

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  • Before you dive in and immerse yourself in
    the experience, it will be helpful to understand
    the 3 Ps

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The Plan
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What to consider before you begin
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  • Make a list of what you have in your current
    home that you love, and another list of what you
    have in your current home that you dont like.

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  • Then, make a list of what you want to have and
    what you have to have in your new home.

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  • Choosing a lot. Whether its in a development or
    a piece of land you buy, you need the land before
    you build. Investigate

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  • Know the Home Owners Association rules

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What is a building code what impact does it
have on me?
Choosing and working with your builder
questions to ask before you begin
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Questions to ask before you begin
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Questions to ask before you begin
Choosing and working with your builder
questions to ask before you begin
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Questions to ask before you begin
Choosing and working with your builder
questions to ask before you begin
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Questions to ask before you begin
Choosing and working with your builder
questions to ask before you begin
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Questions to ask before you begin
Choosing and working with your builder
questions to ask before you begin
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Questions to ask before you begin
Choosing and working with your builder
questions to ask before you begin
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Questions to ask before you begin
Choosing and working with your builder
questions to ask before you begin
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Questions to ask before you begin
Choosing and working with your builder
questions to ask before you begin
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Questions to ask before you begin
Choosing and working with your builder
questions to ask before you begin
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Questions to ask before you begin
Choosing and working with your builder
questions to ask before you begin
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Questions to ask before you begin
Choosing and working with your builder
questions to ask before you begin
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Questions to ask before you begin
Choosing and working with your builder
questions to ask before you begin
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Questions to ask before you begin
Choosing and working with your builder
questions to ask before you begin
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Questions to ask before you begin
Choosing and working with your builder
questions to ask before you begin
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Questions to ask before you begin
Choosing and working with your builder
questions to ask before you begin
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Questions to ask before you begin
Choosing and working with your builder
questions to ask before you begin
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Questions to ask before you begin
Choosing and working with your builder
questions to ask before you begin
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If youre not already considering a particular
homebuilder, talk to your
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  • Check with your states homebuilders
    association.

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  • Look through neighborhoods where the builder has
    already constructed homes.

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Planning your home
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Get Pre-Approved
Get Pre-Approved
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How Much Will it Cost?
How much will it cost?
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What affects the cost?
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What affects the cost?
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What affects the cost?
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What affects the cost?
Understanding the contract
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Understanding the contract
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Understanding the contract
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Understanding the Process
Understanding the Process
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Subcontractors (hired by your contractor) will
perform separate jobs including the roofing,
which will be done by a roofing expert, the
framing which will be done by a framing expert,
and so on. Your contractor will supervise all
these tasks.

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  • If the house has a basement, a subcontractor
    will dig a hole approximately 8 ft. deep. Then
    the concrete floor will be poured, and after that
    the walls. This is how the basement remains
    waterproof.

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  • If the house has a crawl space, its easy to
    maintain the ductwork and plumbing because its
    easier to get to.

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  • The next step involves the framing crew. They
    install the flooring and then the walls. The
    walls are actually assembled on the ground and
    then raised.

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  • Next, the roofers place the roof. If youve
    opted for a front porch, it will also be added at
    this time.

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  • Then you get your windows and doors. The holes
    for them have actually already been cut, but in
    this step they add the glass and the door.

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  • After that the roofers will apply tar paper and
    then the actual roofing material such as shingles
    or tiles. This generally takes less than a day.

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  • Once the roof is secure the siding will be
    installed.

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  • Dont forget youll need plumbing, which
    includes a septic tank and sewer lines. The next
    step will be water lines, sewer lines and
    bathtubs.

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  • Then comes the insulation. The subcontractor
    will install a thin plastic vapor barrier over
    the insulation. This keeps any moisture that
    develops inside the house where it belongs and
    not seeping into the insulation.

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  • Your garage floor will be installed next. It
    consists of a 4-inch think concrete slab on top
    of 4-inches of gravel and wire mesh. Then the
    underlayment goes down on top of the subflooring.

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  • Next the HVAC subcontractor comes in and
    installs the air conditioning
    and heating units.

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  • Finally the electrician comes back and installs
    the light fixtures and switches and outlets.

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  • Now the cabinets, both bathroom and kitchen, are
    installed.

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  • After the cabinets are installed, the plumber
    will come and
  • put in the sinks, toilets
  • and faucets. Then the
  • water and sewer
  • lines will be
  • attached.

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  • Its time for the fun stuff
  • paint
  • carpeting
  • tiling

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  • At this point, except for anything that needs
    tweaking or fixing for some reason, youre done!
  • Move in!

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Protection
  • Inspections
  • Warranties

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Inspections
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Your new home will have approximately a dozen
inspections during the entire process.
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Inspections
  • Footer Inspection This happens after any
    trenches are dug, and forms that require
    reinforcing steel are erected.

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Inspections
  • Outside Sewer Visual and air tests are conducted
    on plumbing from the foundation to the sewer.

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Inspections
  • Foundation Inspection This occurs after the
    foundation is complete and damp-proofing is
    applied.

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Inspections
  • Inside Sewer Another visual and air test for
    sanitary plumbing from the foundation to
    underneath the slab.

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Inspections
  • Water-Service Line The water line from the curb
    stop to the meter angle valve is visually
    inspected at this point.

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Inspections
  • Stressed Concrete Floor or Deck Happens when
    forms and reinforcing steel are in place.

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Inspections
  • Electrical A third-party inspection agency will
    perform this inspection.

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Inspections
  • Structural Framing, Plumbing, Mechanical,
    Rough-In Before the insulation is installed and
    the framing is covered.

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Inspections
  • Downspout and Rain Leaders These are inspected
    up until wherever it is they end.

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Inspections
  • Final Sewer and Water The meter spread, remote
    meter, curb box, valve box, manhole and fire
    hydrants get their final inspection at this
    point.

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Inspections
  • Final Inspection This happens after the
    construction is totally complete. At this point
    the electrical inspection is verified and the
    structure is ready to occupy.

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  • Certificate of Compliance This certificate
    will be issued after the final inspection is
    completed and the approval is given. If you dont
    get this certificate you could face fines and
    penalties. You must request this certificate in
    writing at least five days before you move in.

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  • Certificate of Occupancy This is the final
    document you need before moving in. This is
    granted after the final inspection and all other
    paperwork is completed. At this point you really
    can move in to your new home.

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About Warranties In general,
  • Builders usually cover their work for the first
    year.
  • Mechanical systems such as plumbing, electric,
    heating and air conditioning are generally
    covered for two years.
  • The basic structure is usually covered for ten
    years.

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  • Your home could be different though. The
    contract will stipulate all warranties provided.
    Make sure you get a physical copy of the home
    warranty to keep on hand.

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  • Keep in mind that homeowners are required to
    maintain their home properly. For instance,
    youll need an annual HVAC inspection and
    keep the doors and windows well
    sealed.

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  • Ask before you sign anything, about what kind of
    service you can expect after the house is built.

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  • Most builders like to make two inspections
    during the year the first one a few months
    after the house is built and the second one
    towards the end of the year.

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  • Some builders enlist a 3rd
  • party to maintain their agreement
  • with homebuyers.

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  • When something does go wrong, contact the
    homebuilder. If it turns out to be a widespread
    problem, this can help them fix it
    in future homes as well.

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  • Most homes in the U.S. are built to conform to
    the government regulated standardized housing
    practices. These are also known as the BOCA
    national building code or Building Officials and
    Code Administrators. It ensures that the majority
    of homes are built according to a uniform code,
    quickly at market value.

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  • Prepare, plan and protect yourself and you are
    likely to have an enjoyable and satisfactory home
    building experience, but remember

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  • Keep it enjoyable. Building a home is often a
    once in a lifetime process.
  • Dont forget to have fun!

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