Charleston Homes

If you are thinking of building a new home, Charleston Homes can help you design and create your custom home.  The building process takes approximately 5 to 6 months.  Now is the time to visit the Charleston Home models in Portal Ridge to get a feel of what you would like to see in your own custom home.  With Charleston Homes, you can build your home in any custom neighborhood in the Greater Omaha Metro Area.

Without a doubt, southeast Omaha and Papillion have some of the best options for newly constructed homes.  Communities like Savannah Shores, Shadow Lake, Southwinds, Eagle View, and Eagle Hills are just a few of the popular neighborhoods in southeast Omaha and Papillion.  These communities are located in the highly sought after Papillion/La Vista school district.

Each Charleston Home is unique and what you get depends solely on your taste and budget. Once you have decided on your Charleston Home and lot selection, you will meet with the production manager, who will guide you through the entire construction process.  At this meeting, you will also meet the superintendent and warranty manager.

This is when the fun begins!  As you watch your dream become a reality, Team Leathers and Charleston Homes will update you continuously on the status of your new home. Once your home is completed, you will have the opportunity to tour your new home with Charleston Homes prior to closing; they will demonstrate the features and operations of your new home. About 60 days after you have closed on your new home, Charleston Homes will address any questions or concerns.  Prior to your one year anniversary, Charleston Homes will contact you to handle any warranty work or answer any questions you may have.

If you need help finding the right community, want more info on floor plans or options, or would like to visit the models, Call me (402) 578-9837!

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