You’re thinking about making a move in the near future. You could be looking at Taylor Morrison properties for sale in Cape Coral Florida. Or maybe your job transfer is taking you to California and you’re interested in new homes in Sacramento. Wherever your next move is taking you, a tour of the community that’s caught your eye is the first step to finding just the right home. We’ve put together some things to keep on mind during your tour.
- Meet the Community Sales Manager. Schedule a meeting with the Community Sales Manager, who will give you vital information, discuss your floor plan options and answer any questions you have about the home buying experience you can expect.
- Learn about the community and surrounding area. The Community Sales Manager can go over the amenities available, tell you about the school district and point out local points of interest. Ask yourself if the community feels right for you.
- Tour the model homes. Walking through the models can fire up your imagination. Identify which floor plans you especially like, and why. Look for features that would enhance your lifestyle, whether it’s a single-family home or a condominium. Notice the quality and ask questions.
- Get design ideas. When you’re touring the model homes, pay attention to the interior design. Professionals have put these homes together with furniture and accessories and you may glean some ideas for your new home. A visit to the Taylor Morrison Design Studio will show you your options.
- Choose your favorite home sites. Ask about available home sites. Look at them on the site map and then go look at them in person. Pick out your favorites. Do you prefer a cul-de-sac property or a lot with a great view? Think about the sizes that would work best for you and whether location makes a difference.
- Can you see yourself living here? Now that you have all the information you need about the community, floor plans and home sites, try to picture you and your family living there. If you can’t, another community might be more like it. But if you can imagine living there, you may have just discovered your next new home.