Once a homebuyer chooses their floor plan, and finalizes the paperwork involved in securing the home of their dreams, our expert Design Consultant will schedule an appointment with them at one of our design studios located in Fayetteville or Leland, NC to go over all their selection options. See our New Home Selections Process article. Some of the selections or personalization can be done at the same time as the initial paperwork.
McKee Homes come with beautiful standard features, which are listed on the “Standard Feature Sheet”, available on our website neighborhood pages, and can be found at the model home in the homebuyer’s desired neighborhood. A McKee Homes’ Sales Representative and/or Design Consultant will also be able to share these standard features with you.
If a homebuyer would like to choose an option that is not included in the standard feature package, then the Design Consultant will create a “Change Order Request,” which will be added as an addendum to the homebuyer’s contract. If the change increases the price of the home, the homebuyer is required to pay 50% of the additional cost in order to have the change order accepted.
To ensure that McKee Homes adheres to the time allotted to build a home, change orders should be completed within 21 days of signing the initial contract. If a change order is requested outside of the allotted change order time, an additional $250 will be charged per change order, if McKee Homes can accommodate the change at that time.
It is important for the buyer to understand that any approved changes made after drywall completion will extend the closing date by the number of days that it takes to complete the work specified in the change order.
It is normal for a homebuyer to feel excited and a little bit anxious during the home-buying process. McKee Homes’ employees are committed to making this experience a positive one. They are available to answer questions and help the homebuyer in anyway they can. The homebuyer can also visit the McKee Homes website at www.mckeehomesnc.com.
By Amy Kahler and John Rives