What homesites does the available inventory sit on?
What sizes are the homes that are available now?
How many bedrooms does the home have?
What direction does the home face?
What's behind these available homes?
What's next to them?
What color is their paint scheme?
What are the home's on either side going to be?
What amenities are in the community?
What are the fees in the community?
Is that an HOA?
Is that a CDD?
Does it have both?
Is there a chance at having the CDD paid off by the builder?
Where is the amenity center located?
Does it cost to rent it out for events?
Does the community make memberships available to non-residents?
What are the parking restrictions in the community?
Is the HOA controlled by the developer?
Is the CDD well funded?
Are there any current lawsuits?
Who are your preferred lenders?
What are the incentives to use them?
What is the warranty?
Building from scratch, what are the available homesites?
What are the plans we can choose from and are they limited to some homesites?
What do they back up to?
What is the grading on the homesite going to be like?
What is the home's setback?
What will be in the yard for utilities?
Will there be a sidewalk on this homesite?
Will there be an individual mailbox or clustermailbox?
Does the home's irrigation use city water or reclaimed water?
What are the available elevations for the home on this site?
Which side of the home will the garage be on?
What are the home's on either side of this one going to be?
Will the front window(s) have mullions?
What will the front door be made of?
And we havnt even stepped inside a home yet! The total list might be hundreds long!
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