New Construction Pre-Drywall Walkthrough-Carolina Preserve

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Real Estate Agent with Fonville Morisey Realty

New Construction Pre-Drywall Walkthrough

 Carolina Preserve


When building a home, the new construction pre-drywall walkthrough is not only necessary but interesting.  I have a clients building at Carolina Preserve Del Webb and just occompanied them to thier new construction pre-drywall walkthrough and thought I'd take you along.  

The purpose of the pre-drywall walkthrough is for the buyer to see first hand how the home is coming along, orient them to the building process, have the home inspected, and make sure the upgrades are in place.

The buyer is often overwhelmed by all the details and new information, that is where I come in, thier buyer's agent.  I have walked dozens of homes in Cary NC during this stage and know what to be aware of throught the home.  I find this stage fascinating.  It's not often one gets to see the details associated with the building process.  Home building is complex, everything from insulation to fire prevention is taken in to account. Let your Buyer's Agent assist you.

Take a walk with methrough this Carolina Preserve home and notice items such as, the plumbing set-up, wiring, red fire prevention caulk, truss configurations, HVAC, etc.....

                                                                                  Carolina Preserve-Linda Lohman  
                 



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Lenn Harley
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FABULOUS!!!

I just finished a pre-drywall inspection a couple of weeks ago which revealed a laundry list of "items" for the builder to correct.

I love the home inspection and they serve buyers well.

 

May 16, 2010 02:55 AM #1
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Kristen Correa, Broker
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I love coffee & real estate. I am out of coffee!

Inspecting construction in progress is very important. Great post! And holy moly -- I hope all those windows aren't facing west!

May 16, 2010 03:06 AM #2
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Lori Churchill Cofer
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Linda,

And so important to inspect thoroughly before dry wall goes up!  This is a great piece!  Congrats on the well deserved feature!

May 16, 2010 03:08 AM #3
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William True
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As a Sarasota buyer agent, we highly recommend a pre-drywall inspection to all purchasers of new home construction.

May 16, 2010 03:30 AM #4
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Duane Murphy
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Very imformative post and I'm betting it ranks high on the G-Juice!
May 16, 2010 06:35 AM #5
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David O'Doherty
Raleigh Realty Inc - Clayton, NC
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Great Job Linda, very good idea to do an inspection then.

May 16, 2010 07:31 AM #6
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Andy Chaudoir
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Hello Linda - I get to do a lot of these out at Sun City in Georgetown.  It's a great time to make sure all of the food scraps and soda bottles are thrown out.  I've seen them drywall over that stuff several times leaving it to rot (and attract pests) behind the walls.

May 16, 2010 08:15 AM #7
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Ted Tyndall
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Linda, it is amazing how much could be hidden after the drywall is installed.

May 16, 2010 08:47 AM #8
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Marlene Hoffman - Naples Beach Condos
Downing-Frye Realty, Inc. - Naples, FL

It brings back memories, Linda.  In the past I have worked for a production builder as well as a custom home builder.  Great post.  Is that the clubhouse in your first picture?  Beautiful!

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Eric Michael
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Very good idea to inspect the home at this point. Once the drywall is up, who knows what's behind it.

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Damon Gettier
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Great point and I think a lot of people miss out on this key item in home buying.

May 18, 2010 09:05 AM #11
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