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Bye-Bye Bi-Fold

Categories: Announcements, Blog, News, SeaGate Homes | Posted: April 23, 2019

After input from customers, employees and industry professionals, SeaGate Homes has decided to say bye-bye to bi-fold closet doors. Our drafting department has been hard at work determining the best way to replace as many bi-fold doors on our plans as possible. Beginning in May, newly built homes will feature sliding or swing doors wherever possible. There are still a few smaller closets that will have to retain the bi-fold doors but for the most part bedroom closets will have sliding doors and walk-in-closets, pantries and linen closets will have swing doors. This update will be a standard feature and will allow for a sleeker, more refined design aesthetic. Along with this change, we have decided to remove plant shelves from our plans to continue the efforts for a sleeker look.

Our team is always reviewing plans, suggestions and industry standards to make sure our plans are efficient, cost effective and elegant.

For more information on our new plans, open a chat session below.

Learn about Lending

Categories: Announcements, Blog, News, SeaGate Homes, Uncategorized | Posted: August 23, 2018

Finding a mortgage lender involves more than just getting a good interest rate; you want to work with the best mortgage company for you, staffed by professionals who will guide you through the process. SeaGate Homes has partnered with a variety of lenders to make your decision a little easier.
Each lender on our list was selected for their ability to offer loan programs specifically tailored to each buyer’s needs and because they are familiar with our building processes and are dedicated to the satisfaction of our buyers.

Here are some tips to know before you decide:
  • Know Your Credit Information – Know your credit score and make sure your information is correct. You can get your files free once a year at
  • Gather Key Documents – Make sure you have documentation of your income, employment, IRS filings for at least two years, bank accounts, 401(K) funds and any other assets you may have. It is also helpful to have a rough estimate of your current household expenses.
  • Determine What You Can Afford – You can get a good idea about how much you can afford in advance but using a mortgage calculator like this one or by contacting any of our preferred lenders

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