Looking for help or more information about your new Brookfield home? From here you can download the new home warranty, place a request for service, or get some great advice from the Brookfield Residential homeowners manual.
Q: Do I need a real estate agent to buy a new home?
A: While many people feel more comfortable with a Realtor's representation, you are not required to have an agent in order to buy a home. We welcome you and your real estate agent to visit our communities together or separately at any time. Our professional community represetatives are experienced with helping customers find the best homes for their families.
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New Home Warranty Information Back to Top
Your new Brookfield home includes both a two-year builder's warranty and a 10-year limited warranty from Residential Warranty Company to help protect your must important investment, your new home.
The Brookfield Homeowners Manual Back to Top
Find the answers you need to help your new Brookfield home stay in the best condition possible with routine maintenance, before problems arise. Consult your Brookfield Residential Owners Manual for the answers and get the most comfort and durability from your new home.
Post Settlement Report Back to TopNow that you’ve had the opportunity to leisurely inspect your home for potential warranty service items, please use this form to note any items of concern so that they will not be forgotten when the Supervisor arrives to inspect your home with you.
This is for the Post Settlement Report text.
Service Request Form Back to Top
Please use this form for requesting routine service. Always call 911 first for any serious or life-threatening situations.