No, when you purchase through the builder, they will be happy to work with you to build a home that you love.
Lot holds are put on by the builder’s sales person in the show home on site.
Yes, your builder sales person will be able to guide you through this process.
There are community architectural controls in place to ensure all home exteriors meet the overall quality level of the community. Your builder sales rep will be able to help you navigate through them to make sure your exterior finishes come in at the price point you need, while achieving the look you want.
Landscaping must be done by the end of the summer following the year you take possession of your home.
Your deposit will be returned to you by your builder once your landscaping has passed inspection and the City has accepted all of the final infrastructure (2 years following construction of roads).
A zero-lot-line house is a home built on, or very near to, one edge of the property line. Zero-lot-line homes can be attached or detached, and are increasingly popular in urban areas.
Zero-lot-line homes are preferred by many savvy homebuyers because they require lower maintenance at the side of the house and often cost substantially less than similar homes built on a slightly larger lot.
Our homebuilders follow the most stringent guidelines and building codes to ensure the safety of all Nouveau homes. All homes are built with exceptional fire protection protocols and fire resistant materials and ensure proper drainage between properties.
Zero-lot-line homes are similar to traditional homes in many ways. Traditional single-family homes have two side yards joining your front and back yards, whereas zero-lot-line homes only have one. While zero-lot-line yards are not substantially smaller, the omission of a second side yard requires less lawn maintenance, which can save homeowners time and money.
There are specific requirements for zero-lot-line homes, including where windows can and can’t be placed. Our builders specifically design Nouveau homes to create a balance of large and well-placed windows at the front and back of your home to let in a great amount of light. However, there are no side windows to ensure you can’t see your neighbours and they can’t see you. The lack of side windows also improves fire safety between houses.
In addition to less lawn maintenance, the greatest benefit of zero-lot-line homes is the cost savings. Because lots are slightly more narrow, homebuyers can save thousands of dollars, allowing you to get more house for your budget.
In Alberta, homebuyers purchasing a house priced $500,000 or less must have a minimum down payment of 5%.
For houses priced $500,000 to $999,999, buyers must put down 5% of the first $500,000 and 10% down for the portion of the purchase price above $500,000.
With homes in Nouveau starting at only $400,000, buyers could purchase a home with as little as $20,000 down payment.
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