Homebuyers Guide to Purchasing
Your New Rocklyn Home
STEP 1: SALES
- Select your home.
- Discuss with Community Sales Manager the included features for your selected home.
- Review sales videos – provided on line and through link from community sales manager.
- Review contract with Community Sales Manager for thoroughness and accuracy.
- Review all Homeowners Association (HOA) documents.
- Write purchase agreement and sign through DocuSign.
- Provide purchase deposit. Deposits are received through E-Check. See community sales manager for details.
- Secure mortgage loan approval or proof of funds and provide to your Community Sales Manager (within required time frame).
- Understand construction safety program and procedures.
- If applicable a Design Gallery appointment will be set.
STEP 2: IF APPLICABLE, SET DESIGN APPOINTMENT
- Attend scheduled Design Appointment.
- Understand difference between included and optional features.
- Review and approve selected options.
- Understand and sign design selection policies and procedures.
- Complete and sign final selections.
- Provide applicable deposits for design selections.
STEP 3: PRE-CLOSING
- Verify mortgage commitment 30 days prior to Close of Escrow date.
- Verify that all financial conditions have been met for closing.
- Ensure that all funds required for closing are available.
- Attend Pre-Close walkthrough (approx. 7 days prior to closing) with your Building Superintendent.
- Attend Acceptance walk and sign off on any minor repairs prior to closing.
- Understand all Warranty literature and owner’s responsibilities (45 day and 11 month warranty review).
- Set up utilities. See Community Sales Manager.
STEP 4: CLOSING
- Wire transfer closing funds.
- Attend closing on time.
- Bring all required documents to closing (certified check, driver’s license, proof of insurance, etc.).
- Order your change of address through the U.S. Postal Service.
STEP 5: POST CLOSING
- Complete and return New Homeowner Survey.
- Follow warranty request procedures and owner maintenance responsibilities.
- Must go to county office to file for homestead exemption.
*Please note that every effort is made to complete your home in a timely manner. There are certain circumstances that can cause delays. These include, but are not limited to, weather, acts of God, availability and substitution of materials, unscheduled visits by the buyer to the construction site, and changes initiated by the buyer after time of contract.