The Omega home building process starts by providing you with the tools and resources you need to make the best choices for you and your family.
Starting your search online is a great way to narrow down the communities & floor plans that best meet your needs.
One of the best ways to start your search is by visiting a model home, plan your visit & get the most out of your model home tour.
Choosing to purchase a new construction home doesn't mean you'll have to build from scratch or can't move-in quickly, purchasing an inventory home is a great way to save time & money.
The Omega team of professionals are here to guide you through the process from today until you close – and beyond!
You'll review included features and plan options & upgrades to personalize your new home when you meet with our team.
Touring the community & walking floor plans is a great way to identify options & upgrades you may want to consider.
Once you have finalized your new home choice, your New Home Sales Agent will present you with a contract containing the options you have selected, where your home will be located, and how much it will cost.
You'll have the opportunity to personalize the interior & exterior selections for your new home when you choose to build – our team will guide you through our available options to help you choose the ones that fit your style.
Our design team is focused on providing the right options at the right price to help you truly personalize your home without breaking your budget - and also have the opportunity to spend a little extra on what matters most to you!
One of the most important aspects of design for your new home are the exterior colors - it will be what everyone sees first and creates the curb appeal you're looking for.
There are 3 main components to your exterior color kit, learn the ins & outs to make your selections easier than ever:
Explore a variety of color choices for your cabinets, counters, flooring & when you complete your design selections for your new home!
The interior of your home is where your personal style really comes to life! The colors you choose can make your home feel warm & cozy, bright & airy, traditional or trendy!
There are so many color selections to choose from, both included & upgrades, that will help you personalize your home so that you love it today and 20 years from now!
Watch Our Interior Design Showcase Video
Whether you purchase a To-Be-Built Home or an inventory home already under construction, all homes follow the same basic steps to build.
For To-Be-Built Homes, the construction process begins after you've signed your contract and funds have been verified - this is typically in the form of loan approval and can take up to 30-45 days after the contract is signed.
Release to Construction
Once you sign your contract, there are a lot of things happening behind the scenes to prepare your new home for construction before it officially kicks-off.
Before the drywall is installed, your Superintendent will schedule a meeting with them on site to review the progress. The Pre-Drywall Orientation provides you the opportunity to review the mechanical systems in the home.
New Home Orientation
As your close date approaches, your Superintendent will schedule a meeting for you to learn the ins & outs of your new home and to complete an inspection with your Superintendent.
You'll have one final meeting your new home with your Superintendent prior to Closing to review items identified during your inspection. This is typically the day before or morning of your Closing.
It is completely normal to be excited and curious about the progress of your home - once things get underway, you'll receive updates from your sales agent & superintendent.
Your safety is of utmost importance to us, your home is a construction site whether workers are present or not and we do not recommend unplanned visits.
The team at Omega will work with your lender, the title company, and you to ensure all documents are ready by your close date – this typically occurs 30-45 days prior to closing.
On closing day, you will head over to the title company to sign all of the documents to make your new home yours!
Everything you need to know about closing, how to prepare and what to do once you've closed can be found in our comprehensive guide: