General FAQs General FAQs Build Your Home Finance Your Home Living in Your Home Why Darling Homes? Q: I'm purchasing a new home in a new community. How do I know that Darling Homes is a good buy? A: We do extensive research before investing in any community. We build in high-growth areas with great schools and proximity to the amenities you and your family want. In addition, we use our experience as "one of the most experienced and longstanding homebuilders in North America" to build you the type of home that stands the test of time. Our homes return some of the best customer satisfaction numbers in the industry so you know you can depend on excellent service before, during, and after the homebuilding process. Q: Do I need a Real Estate Agent to purchase from Darling Homes? A: Whether or not you use a Realtor® is a personal choice. Although we work very closely with real estate professionals at all of our communities, you by no means need an agent to buy a home. Your Darling Homes Sales Manager can walk you through the entire process, and answer any questions you may have. In addition, you can conveniently work out your home financing with Taylor Morrison Home Funding, our in-house finance group. Q: I found a neighborhood I like, but it featured more than one builder. Why should I choose Darling Homes? A: As the world's most experienced homebuilder, we can offer you many advantages:Our limited warranty to protect your investment and give you peace of mind; Quality construction and materials from our national and regional trade partners, whose names you know and trust; a commitment to quality homebuilding; outstanding customer satisfaction ratings; award-winning designs; award-winning service; and the opportunity to personalize your new home to meet your family’s preferences. Q: What resources are available to verify the professionalism of home builders? A: Industry trade associations and outside consumer satisfaction firms both monitor the satisfaction levels of consumers with national builders. Search J. D. Power and Associates or The National Association of Home Builders to review company performance.