Follow Up with Taylor Morrison Homebuyer Who Blogs About Her Dream Home Building Experience
Catch up with Stephanie and see how she’s adjusting to her new home in Phoenix. We hope you’ve been following along all the way. Check out the fun video she created and the Somewhat Simple post to show off their new place. Then, let us know in the comments which room décor is your favorite.
The Taylor Morrison Difference
Stephanie and her husband browsed a number of floor plans at various new communities in the Phoenix area. She said it felt like they visited a bazillion developments.
What sealed the deal for Taylor Morrison was simple. Spacious and functional floor plans plus incredible standard features other builders were charging extra for:
- Upgraded tile & carpet
- Awesome appliance package
- 5” baseboards throughout the home
- Lush front yard landscaping
- Super-sized shower enclosure
America’s Most Trusted® Home Builder
We’ve truly enjoyed working with Stephanie on her blog project as her journey exemplified our seamless purchasing process. Working hard to form dependable builder-to-client relationships is important to us. Having just been recognized as America’s Most Trusted® Home Builder for the 2nd year in a row is an honor and we’re striving to make it a trifecta!
Buying a new home should be exciting, fun and uplifting. It’s great to see her family settling in so quickly to their new neighborhood. Helping homeowners get into the property of their dreams is what it’s all about.
Stephanie says to stay tuned. Shortly she’ll be posting another video of the upstairs. Just as soon as she can get it decorated! Follow along with these hashtags #SomewhatSimpleHome and #SSBuildsWithTM.
Disclaimer: Taylor Morrison received the highest numerical score in the proprietary Lifestory Research 2016 and 2017 America’s Most Trusted® Home Builder study. The 2016 study based on 39,079 new home shoppers from Jan-Dec 2015. 2017 study based on 31,764 new home shoppers from Jan-Dec 2016 in the United States. Your experiences may vary. Visit www.lifestoryresearch.com.