Client Comments


Josh and I wanted to thank you for our beutifull home. The building process was smooth and easy. We appreciate your patience throughout the build. You both did an amazing job and we could not be happier with the finished product. Of course, I am still trying to furnish and decorate! Thank you again.

- Debra, Josh, Hudson & Paxton

TDI

Bridge Pointe




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Find Location


  •  Review Setbacks, Easements, Topography (slopes), Views and the Sun's Exposure
  •  Your Relationship to other houses in the area/neighborhood including HOA's
  •  Driveway, Well/Septic Tank Location or Distances for utility lines with municipal services


Pick a Plan


  • Determine your budget
  • Think about your lifestyle
  • Assess your needs and desires
  • Evaluate the building location
  • Review the Floor Plans and Elevations (but remember you will also need at least a Foundation Plan and Windstorm Certification)

Obtain Financing


  • Determine how much you can (want to?) spend
  • Establish square foot costs in your area and get Preliminary Bids
  • Make sure you consider at least these four items: principal, interest, taxes and insurance
  • Adjust square footage, extras, and upgrades to meet your spending limit
  • Obtain Your Credit Information
  • Gather Key Documents required by Lenders
  • Sit down with your Mortgage Specialist and Pre-Qualify

Get and Compare Bids


  • Compare allowances: Get the most out of your bid
  • Do not choose a builder solely based on a preliminary price
  • Be cautious of comparing only bottom line prices
  • Level set the bids to compare equally as best as you can

Pick a Contractor


  • Adjust Allowances as needed
  • Revise specs to align with your requirements
  • Get a revised formal bid to provide the Lender

Build