At Cachet, we remain committed to keeping you educated and informed at every step of your homebuying journey. We are always looking for innovative ways to provide our homeowners with the information and confidence needed for a seamless new home experience. In this series, we’ll guide you through the various phases that you’ll encounter during your new home journey with us, from purchasing to closing and everything in between.
Read on for our guide on the commencement of construction phase, and how we work to keep you informed of your home’s progress.
Commencement of Construction
Commencement of construction is one of the most exciting stages of the homebuying journey, but it often comes with a lot of questions. What does each step of the construction process involve? When do my interior selections need to be finalized? How long will my home take to build?
The answer is that the process may vary slightly for each homeowner due to the nature of timelines and scheduling, but rest assured that by the time construction begins, several key milestones have already been reached, including the registration of your subdivision plan. Depending on the construction schedule for your community, you will either have your interior selections appointment completed prior or after commencement of construction.
Once construction has commenced, all homeowners will be notified via an email. On site, all initial construction work will begin on your home, which will involve excavation, forming and pouring of your foundation walls that will serve as the main structural component. For a more comprehensive guide on the construction process, be sure to read our Rendering to Reality: Construction Process blog.
Commitment to Quality
At Cachet, we are dedicated to delivering exceptional homes that are built to last. All of our homes are constructed using quality materials by a skilled team of builders, trade partners and contractors, many of whom we’ve developed long-standing relationships with.
And because we know how exciting this stage of the process is for our homeowners, we’re pleased to offer regular community updates — on our social media and through our community newsletters — that show the progress happening on-site at your new neighbourhood.