If you are going to be buying a new home, you will need to consider the upgrades that you can do. This will help you get the most value out of your purchase. However, there are certain upgrades that you cannot do, as they are not covered by the builder’s warranty.
Don’t over-customize your home
The Woodside is the place to be in the Central Valley of California. The company has been in business since 2006 and boasts a slew of award winning communities across the state. It also happens to be one of the most progressive builders in the region. Among the company’s offerings is the ginora, a micro-community of high-end homes built for discerning clients. With an emphasis on streamlined construction practices and green building practices, it’s no wonder that the company’s high-end homes are some of the most sought after in the region. If you’re in the market for a new home, there’s no better time to take advantage of the company’s high-end offerings. As an added bonus, buyers who opt for the micro-community get access to a host of services including the aforementioned home builder, mortgage, property insurance, and home maintenance gurus. And, if you’re looking to cash in on some of the aforementioned services, be sure to take advantage of their generous warranty programs.
Customizations are not covered by the builder’s home warranty
Woodside homes offer many options and customizable features. The company’s floor plans range from two to seven bedrooms and feature customizable community floor plans.
Homes by Woodside start at approximately $260,000 in some areas. There are 16 floor plan designs. Some of the plans feature bedroom conversions, covered patios, and kitchen islands. These plans vary in size and layout, as well as the garage’s configuration. In addition, the elevation of the home may vary in terms of the location of the home’s roof line. This is because the elevation is affected by many factors, including the location of the lot, weather conditions, and the orientation of the home.
As with any new home, the amount of upgrades that you choose to include will impact the price of your new home. It is important to note that upgrade costs are not included in the builder’s home warranty. You must check the warranty for specific details.
Woodside’s sales representatives can walk you through the expected costs of buying a home from the company. They can also provide disclosures and walk you through financing options. Depending on the terms of the agreement, you may be required to use a designated lender or closing agent.
If you decide to customize your Woodside home, you may be able to roll the cost into your mortgage. But the cost of cosmetic upgrades cannot be guaranteed.