As the housing industry in Middle Georgia becomes more conscientious about achieving genuine and lasting homebuyer satisfaction, some of the local builders continue to raise the level of professionalism. C.W. Williams Homes, Inc. leads the pack when it comes to building quality New Homes in Warner Robins, Bonaire, and Perry. C.W. Williams Homes, Inc. is not only skilled in construction and client relations, but also highly competent in terms of their business expertise.
C.W. Williams Homes, Inc. needs to be evaluated by homebuyers in a new way. We feel like the old practice of collecting three bids for the work, and choosing the builder is outdated and doesn’t usually take into consideration the builders reputation. We are in favor of a more business-like approach to a very important decision.
In theory, the three-bid rule was thought to bring out the best prospects because it was assumed that everything from the competing Home builders was equal. This process assumed that each Home builder had assessed and calculated the scope of work, and specifications in the exact same way. This very rarely happens in the real world.
Every Home builder and contractor evaluates a new-home project and estimates its related costs differently. The resulting outcome is that the three proposals are not apples-to-apples comparisons. Sometimes the differences can be elusive, but they exist. The resulting differences give an unequal playing field for competitive bidding creating confusion and misunderstanding.
In addition to being inaccurate as a cost comparison tool, the three-bid rule reduces each builder to a number rather than considering his or her various skills, experience, personality, record of success, and ability to do the work. For this reason, C.W. Williams Homes, Inc. simply refuses to bid competitively, opting out of such opportunities because they know they are being evaluated only in terms of a cost estimate (that is inaccurate) rather than whether they are the best builder for the job.
The Negotiated Contract:
C.W.Williams Homes, Inc. prefers a different approach to contractor selection. In this scenario, a homebuilder is selected based on his Reputation, personality, and how they fit with the homebuyer. These are two critical considerations considering how closely builder and client will interact with each other during the construction of a new home.
The negotiated contract also takes the guesswork out of the project’s cost. The budget is shared up-front with each of the builders being considered based on what the buyers can afford, not what the builder thinks it will cost.
Sharing the customers budget not only removes assumptions, but also gets to a price they can afford faster and with less anxiety. This process also begins to build trust between homeowner and builder. They can explore honest communication about actual costs and, if necessary, choices that need to be made to match the project’s scope with the homebuyer’s budget. That’s the “negotiated” part of the contract process.
We feel that the negotiated contract process is far superior to the three-bid rule in matching personalities between the homebuyer and the builder. By first narrowing and then selecting one homebuilder based on everything but the cost of the project, buyers can better make their decision on which builder is most likely to be on-budget and on-schedule and result in a finished home that meets and exceeds their realistic expectations.
Whether you are looking to build a new home in Middle Georgia, or considering the purchase a prebuilt home in one of the established Neighborhoods, C.W. Williams Homes, Inc. would like to have the opportunity to be “Your Home Builder”. As the homebuilding industry continues to evolve into an increasingly professional business, C.W.Williams Homes, Inc., takes pride in the fact that they are at the top of the list in Middle Georgia. This approach reflects the new age of new home construction to the benefit of every homebuyer.