If you are interested in an existing home design, the pre-construction focus is on finalizing all of your decisions, including working with our design team on the final set of structural options, selections and finishes.
After all the selections have been completed, we will schedule a pre-construction meeting to review all of the information. Owner Gene Kopaygorodsky is involved in this process and available to address any questions. A 10 percent down-payment and pre-approval for financing from our preferred lender Union Savings Bank is required at the time of the pre-construction meeting.
For those looking for a custom-designed home, the pre-construction process is a bit longer. In order for us to generate an accurate quote, the construction bid set of plans, site evaluation, and all cabinet layouts must be completed.
Finalizing these items—which takes about 45 days—is essential for starting your custom home’s construction on the right track, and is completed prior to signing a sales contract.
With the help of our in-house architect, K Homes will help you develop the bid set of plan for your home. This bid set will allow K Homes to generate an accurate quote to build your house with all of K Homes’ high quality standard features. The cost for these preliminary building plans is $2,900 and is applied toward the final price of the home. After all the decisions are made, we make sure that the homeowner understands what is included in the quoted price, and both parties sign the sales agreement.
After the sales agreement is signed and all the details of the deal have been ironed out, we schedule a pre-construction meeting to review all of the information one more time. Following this meeting, K Homes will apply for a building permit, which usually is received within one to two weeks. At that time, the construction phase of your home begins.
We understand that building a home is one of life’s biggest decisions. Please contact us for more information about the pre-construction process or with specific questions regarding an existing plan or how to get started designing your dream home.