Speaker 1: (00:02)
So now we have the floor plan. You desire, you have the home site that you desire for your new homes in broken arrow. Maybe it’s a, a home site that has a green belt, or maybe it’s on a fairway at a golf course, or maybe there’s it’s, it’s in a community that you desire for, uh, for your kids to go to a, a particular school or within a school district. But nonetheless, you have your full plan. You have your home site now at any time during the Homesite reservation period, you can begin to, you can now move forward with your purchase agreement. And at the time of purchase agreement, we’re going to apply the funds from your home site reservation. The thousand dollar home site reservation and an additional deposit will now be due towards the purchase of your new homes in broken arrow. So if your new home is less than $250,000, the total deposit due at the time of purchase agreement would be $5,000.
Speaker 1: (01:13)
Of course, we’re going to apply the thousand dollars deposit, uh, hope from your home site reservation, leaving you with a, a $4,000 deposit due at that time of purchase agreement. If the price of your home is greater than $250,000, but less than $300,000, the homes, excuse me, the, uh, additional deposit due or the total deposit due is $10,000 less. The $1,000 Homesite reservation means that there’s now a $9,000 Homesite deposit due at that time. If your home is greater than $300,000, but less than $350,000, the total, the total deposit due towards your new homes in broken arrow is now $15,000. Of course, backing out the thousand dollar home site reservation, leaving a total due of $14,000 at the time of purchase agreement. And finally, if your home is greater than the total cost of your home, your new homes in broken arrow costs more than $350,000, then the additional deposit due at the time of purchase agreement is now 5% less the thousand dollar home site reservation. At the time of purchase agreement, there’s going to be two decisions that we’re going to ask you to make during this time. These are decisions that are final. These are decisions that need to be made in order for us to move forward. And that is this, that number one, we need to know the structural options that you’ve chosen. In other words, what floor plan are
Speaker 2: (02:59)
You going to continue moving forward with? And then number two, we need to also finalize the home site selection. So your new home, uh, in broken arrow, we’re gonna, we’re gonna need these two decisions to be made the colors, uh, of the interior and the exterior, the textures and the finishes, uh, the flooring and the doors and the, the, the, uh, the, the crown molding or what have you. All of these decisions can wait. It’s just that we need the structural decision to be made as well as the home site selection to be final. And with those two decisions being made, we can begin moving forward as we build your new homes in broken arrow, because these, these two decisions allow us to obtain the building permit that we need to begin the process. Step number six is where the, where you begin to personalize your new home in broken arrow.
Speaker 2: (04:10)
You have your homes, you have your floor plan decided upon you have your home site where you’re going to build your new home. Now we get to begin to choose all of the features that really begin to make this new homes in broken arrow, your new home in broken arrow at, uh, Shaw homes. We have the largest design studio in all of Tulsa, and you have the benefit and the advantage of working with your own personal design consultant that will help walk you through the process of picking out all of the optional features that you desire in your home, your colors, your finishes, your flooring, your doors, and the way that you want your home to be, to be built and designed all happens during the design studio process. Uh, you have tons of options available to you, and this design studio will actually become your one-stop shop for both visualizing and selecting all of the, all of the features that you desire in your home without the hassle of traveling to the lighting studio and the, the plumbing, uh, store and the, uh, building material warehouse.
Speaker 2: (05:41)
And, and so on, you, you, you, you won’t have to drive to 15 to 20 different warehouses all over town. You can make all your decisions right here at Tulsa’s largest design studio, as you’re building out your new homes in broken arrow. And when you’re finished choosing your colors and choosing your finishes and your textures and your flooring and so on, uh, we will finalize all of your selections with your signature and then launch into the actual building phase of your new home in broken arrow. Step number seven, uh, all of the selection decisions are final at this point in time. And now it’s time for a plan review where you meet your construction manager, you’ll know exactly who you’re going to be working with and who you’re going to be dealing with directly, uh, right up until the completion of your home with regards to, uh, questions being answered and communication being, uh, both given and received.
Speaker 2: (06:48)
The plan review is our system of checks and balances so that we can make sure that the person responsible for building the home has had all the details of your new homes in broken arrow to be correctly relayed to them so that we can ensure a smooth building process. Your, your construction manner manager is going to not only, uh, review all your selections, but review your blueprints review your site plan. You’ll discuss the, the grading of the home site itself. The land that your new home is going to be, excuse me, is built upon. You’ll discuss your timeline and, and the delivery of weekly updates, as well as the home owner orientation as well. Step number eight is, is actually the, the building itself, uh, during the building process of, of your new home and broken arrow, you will have two scheduled meetings with your construction manager.
Speaker 2: (08:01)
The first is called the pre dry wall meeting, where at this point in the, in the construction of your new home, we’re ready to dry wall, but we haven’t done it yet. All the guts of the home are still exposed for you to go over with your construction manager so that you can see the electrical, the plumbing, the gas lines, the, uh, heating, uh, ventilate ventilation, and air conditioning, uh, all of those systems inside of your house, you’ll get to view and you’ll get to see and review everything in your home, because it’s a whole lot easier to make any kind of adjustment to your, uh, home before the drywall goes up, as opposed to after it’s been installed. The second meeting that we scheduled with you is called the homeowner orientation meeting. And this is where you get a room by room walkthrough of your new homes in broken arrow with your construction manager, will, he’ll help you to understand how everything inside your new home works.
Speaker 2: (09:09)
You’ll learn how to light the pilot lights. You’ll learn how to use the appliances and all of the mechanicals, as well as you’ll also do a quality assurance walkthrough. Step number nine takes us right up to closing. You’ll be notified of your closing date, approximately 30 days prior to the actual closing, uh, of, of your home. You’ll be sent an email with a closing letter that will have all the information and instructions inside that letter. You’ll have your closing at the title company office, all of the paperwork from Shaw homes regarding your new homes in broken arrow will already be there waiting as you arrive at your closing, an agent of the title company will walk you through the paperwork, and we’ll give you the keys to your new home in broken arrow. Once all the signatures are completed. And then of course, our last step is the warranty.
Speaker 2: (10:06)
Once your closing has occurred, your warranty will, will begin to take effect. Uh, your, your warranty is the, is Tulsa’s best warranty. There is no other builder in Tulsa who offers this, this fantastic warranty of 10 year structural warranty, two year mechanical warranty, and a one year limited warranty that you will have for your new home in broken arrow, complete with a 24 hour emergency line, a full-time warranty coordinator, that’s on staff to help you and to work with you at the 60 day timeframe, as well as the 11 month timeframe to check in with you to make sure that everything is functioning as it should. So that’s your new homes in broken arrow is a living up to the quality standards that we have set here at Shaw homes.