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Your Path to Home Ownership

Purchasing a new home is a very rewarding decision!  When you select the right building partner, the process becomes less about complication and more about relaxation and fun!  The principals of Broadstreet Homes have helped thousands of homeowners find and purchase their dream home.  We are here to assist you with every step!

Step 1:

Determine Your Home, Homesite and Personal Touches

Broadstreet has many homes and homesites to choose from including homes that are ready now to home sites that are waiting to be selected and having a home built from scratch.

One big advantage of purchasing a newly built home is the opportunity to really make it your own.  Broadstreet offers numerous design selections, options and colors so you can personalize it to your liking!

Step 2:

Purchasing Your New Home

Together once we locate the perfect home design and homesite, it is time to review and complete the purchase agreement.  Your Broadstreet representative will thoroughly review all paperwork with you and answer any questions you may have.

At the time of the purchase agreement, customers are required to provide Broadstreet with a deposit to secure their home and home site.  Such deposit is fully refundable if you do not receive mortgage approval. 


If you have received your mortgage approval prior to visiting us, then CONGRATULATIONS!  If not, then within seven days of signing your purchasing agreement, please contact a mortgage counselor and complete your loan application.  For your convenience, Broadstreet has a list of preferred mortgage lenders that will assist you in making this part of the process as easy as possible.

Step 3:

Pre-Construction Meeting and Construction Begins

Prior to the start of construction, you will meet with your Construction Manager where you will review the intimate details of your home including your floor plan, home selections, construction timeline, expectations, etc.  You will also have an opportunity to walk your homesite and have any and all questions answered.

Beginning construction of your new home is an exciting time for everyone.  Once your down payment is complete, your mortgage is approved, and the homesite  is ready for building, we can start construction. 

Building a home requires thousands of parts and pieces and endless hours of labor to complete.  Your Construction Manager oversees and schedules every aspect of the home to make sure that our quality and excellence is in each home.  Your Construction Manager will also provide you with weekly updates on the progress of construction and will also coordinate future meetings with you.

Step 4:

Pre-Drywall Meeting

Before the installation of drywall, your Construction Manager will personally walk you through your home and explain the quality features behind the walls.

At this time, your Construction Manager will set up a preliminary date for your Home Orientation Demonstration and Closing.

Step 5:

Home Orientation Demonstration

It is time to test drive your completed and beautiful home.

Your orientation demonstration will occur before your closing.  Your Construction Manager will demonstrate and familiarize you with the benefits and the features of your new home at this time.

At the same time, your Construction Manager will review all of your warranty information, home maintenance tips and customer satisfaction survey. 

Step 6:

Home Closing

What an exciting day!  It is time to attend and complete your closing.

Once your closing occurs and all paperwork has been recorded it is then time to receive your keys and begin moving into your beautiful home!

However, your relationship with Broadstreet Homes does not end here.

Step 7:

45 Day Post Closing
Home Orientation

Approximately 45 days after your home closing, your Construction Manager will conduct a post closing walk through.

The purpose of this walk through is to answer any questions you may have and address any concerns that may have come up within the first month of living in your new home.