Home Building Forms
(ListedIn Order of Chapter Discussion)
Youare more than welcome to download, print and use the following freehome building forms providing that you have read and agreed toour useragreement prior to downloading theforms. Please understand that the financial worksheets havebeen created to help you become better organized and prepare to builda home and are not to take the place of official lending institutionforms.
PersonalFinancial Worksheet (Aka: Statementof Income) – Helps you figure out how much total Income you arereceiving.
BalanceSheet– Helps you figure your debt to income ratio.
DebtTarget Payoff Schedule Worksheet– Use this form to help figure out your payments in order topay off debt quickly.
DebtReduction Goals Worksheet - This worksheet will help you listall your debt so that you know how much you owe.
LenderWorksheet– There are so many different types of home loans as well aslenders. This form can help you compare lenders to see which one willoffer you the best type of loan.
LandPriority List– Use this form to help you sort out all your priorities tohelp you search for the perfect building lot.
HomeTouring Questionnaire – Before selecting a builder inyour area it is a good idea to see some of the work. In addition, youwill be able to see get a clearer picture of the current real estatemarket. Use this form to help keep your home tours fresh in yourmind. Don't forget to add Photographs of the property.
BuildingSite Touring Questionnaire– More likely than not you will be looking at several potentialbuilding lots or land properties for sale for building your home.This form will help keep you organized and better able to make yourdecision.
ExistingHome Spec Sheet– Use this form when you tour homes for sale. I recommendyou either tour open houses or parade of homes and not contact aspecific realtor to show a particular home unless it is a newly builthome so that you can look at the quality of workmanship of thebuilder.
SampleSpec Sheet– This sample will show you how to fill out the Existing HomeSpec Sheet.
BuildingSite Spec Sheet – Usethis form to help you take notes of building sites as you tourproperties.
HomePriority List– This form was created to help each family member to write downtheir priorities and help you sort out realistic ones from not sorealistic home ideas.
RoomPriority List –As the above priority list was created for your entire home, printone list for each room you plan to have in your new home.
PantryInventory List– A well planned pantry will help keep your kitchenorganized and staples stocked, as well as help you conserve cabinetspace. Use this form to plan what you would like to keep in yourpantry (including bigger items such as small appliances, etc.) firstbefore planning the rest of your kitchen. This one item can save youhundreds, if not thousands, of dollars in kitchen cabinets.
KitchenInventory -Use this list to putyour cookware, utensils, cups, dishes, etc (everything you will betaking with you and new items you will be adding after you move in)Don't include items that will not be moving with you.
HouseholdInventory List– Print off one list (or two if you need the space) for eachroom to inventory items that you will be taking moving with you toyour new home.
RoomShopping List – Printoff one list for each room to help you stay organized on yourpurchases for each room. If you will be using the same paint color asother rooms, just document it on the list.
ProductComparison Form– This form was created to help you compare buildingproducts and other items you will be using in your home. You willfind this a great asset for comparison shopping.
GeneralContractor Information Sheet– If you will be using a General Contractor, you will wantto know the person you hire is honest and will do the best job. Thisform was created to help you sort out the good contractors from thebad.
PaymentLog Worksheets - Whenpaying your construction bills you will need to keep track of whichvendors have been paid at all times. This form will help youtremendously in keeping up to speed with your
PaymentLog Pages 1 & 2: Example– Use this example whenfilling out your payment logs.
ConstructionSchedule Calendar – Us this calendar to document datesof work to be done on your home as well as other valuable informationneeded while building your home. This is a great reference tool touse to put in your scrapbook once your home is finished.
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