At Sandcastle Homes, you don’t deal with a salesperson. You will work directly with one of the Owners, who are committed to ensure that you have an outstanding home buying experience. No empty promises. No disappointments.
Once you have selected your home, we will prepare the Purchase Agreement. This is also done in person, so that we can answer all your questions in real time.
Depending on the stage of the home, you may be able to select some or all of the nishes that go into your new home. The selections process is conveniently done at the same location as your initial meeting and Purchase Agreement signing. Often, it can be done on the same day, or we can schedule a follow-up meeting at your convenience.
Because it’s in our hands. We will build you a high quality home, in the timeframe established in the Purchase Agreement. Our Quality Assurance Program is second to none in the industry. Our word is our bond.
Once we have completed our internal quality assurance review, you will have the opportunity to hire a private inspector. The private inspector works for YOU. He/she is another set of eyes, to make sure nothing has been missed. Once we have received your inspection report, we will conduct the Introductory Walk-through with you, where the Final Punchlist will be created. It is Sandcastle Homes’ policy to have 100% of the punchlist completed prior to closing. This is veri ed during the Final Walk-through, which typically occurs one week after the Introductory Walk-through.
The Closing should be a celebration. It is the culmination of months of hard work on our part, and the beginning of the next phase of your life. A Sandcastle representative, generally an Owner, will always be present at the Closing to join in the celebration.
"I just moved into my new Sandcastle home and I think it’s a wonderful place to live. They have been very helpful, particularly Lynette and Steven. From the owner Mike Salomon down, it has been a truly positive experience. I would highly recommend anyone who wants to buy a new home that is built of high quality to consider this home builder." Neal Massey
"I purchased my house on 1/31/17. I have the Coronado plan. The process of adding upgrades was very easy. The closing went very smoothly. Mike was great to work with! Since the closing, I’ve had a few minor issues come up. I can’t say enough about Steven! He has always been extremely helpful and has fixed all of these minor issues or set me up with the person who can fix them. He is great!
I love my home! I feel like I got a good value for the location. I look forward to enjoying my house in the years to come!" Kris Kieta
"We just moved into our new home by Sandcastle. Since the beginning of the process the whole Sandcastle team paid great attention to our requests and responded rapidly. We were lucky to get in contract in time for us to choose colors, kitchen design, finishes and other and all our requests were reflected in our new house. At the end of the closing, the team always kept the same great attitude towards us and helped us with any question or request. We would say one of the greatest things about Sandcastle is that they really back up what they sell: best price, best service, best quality in town. We ended up extremely pleased with our new house." Andres and Marcela
Forbes recently published an article on the effects of Hurricane Harvey on the housing market and job growth in Houston, Texas. The article included quotes from Sandcastle Homes CEO Mike Dishberger and a photograph taken by our Marketing Coordinator, Katie Pritchard (picture above). Click on the link below to read the full article. https://www.forbes.com/sites/cynthialescalleet/2018/05/10/new-and-resale-home-sales-in-houston-are-rising/#26161a1d385e... Read More »
Jason and Emily Wilburn purchased their home from Sandcastle in 2017. They bought a Athens floorplan in Shady Acres, which includes an open first floor, gameroom upstairs and a huge master bathroom. “When we sought after our first home purchase we had an extensive list of desires and non-negotiable items. We keep an eye out... Read More »