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From financing options to finding a builder to meet your vision, I can walk you through what you need to know as you think about buying a newly-built home. Important to note: you will not save money by not using a realtor and very important that I am present at the first meeting to ensure that you have representation and I can participate in the transaction on your behalf.

Here’s what they had to say…

“We have been looking for months and just were not happy. Then we met Aaronah who was interested in our vision, knowledgeable on inventory with features we were looking for and knew the process. It didn’t take long after that to find our home!”

– Marcy (buyer)

how it works...

THE bUILDING PROCESS (In a nutshell)

Consult with me and builder rep

This is your interview of the builder to see if this is a good fit for your budget and vision. Apply for financing.

Choose your lot and house plan

According to your budget, needs and vision, you'll layout and design your home

Design Space

Return to pick out the finishes, paint, flooring ect.

Home Inspections

You can elect to have 3 home inspections: Pre-Pour, Framing, and Final Inspection

Closing Day

Bring your ID, spouse, and your Colgate smile because you will want to take pictures!

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5 Things Need to know before building your home

Let me bust the most common myths surrounding the process of building your new home. Learn what I know!

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What makes working with me different?

Set Up a No Obligation
Meeting with me
And builder rep

The first meeting is exploratory. You might find it’s not what you’re looking for, or you may find yourself picking out a lot and putting down a deposit. This appointment can go as far as you want to take it or return at a later time with more questions. 

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About Building your new home

Want to learn more about building your new home Ohio? Check out these articles and videos.

Got Questions?

About Building in ohio

Many people mistakenly assume that by not hiring a realtor, the realtor’s commission built into the cost of their home sale can be subtracted. Traditionally, if you don’t use a realtor, the money set aside for their commission will simply go back to the builder. Not only will the commission money go to waste if you don’t hire a realtor, but you’re also more likely to blow your budget without a professional by your side. Realtors can aid you in making sound financial decisions without compromising or making concessions to keep within your budget.

Many buyers assume the friendly builder rep is THEIR rep as well. The builder rep represents the builder; your realtor represents you. 

There’s a lot of factors that can affect the timeline. Some builders have “inventory homes” that have begun construction and can be ready as little as 30 days. The average time from application /ground breaking to the day you have your new house keys can be about 8-10 months. The builder can give you an idea of what to expect. Remember changes done up front can help the timeline go smoothly. Conversely too many changes at inconvenient times can throw off the rest of the timeline. 

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What My New build Clients Have to Say

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