Regency FAQs

Typically, 6-7 months, depending on weather and factors outside of our control. The timeline will increase if the home is 3000+ square feet.

We have partnerships with the following vendors:

  • Bank of Bartlett
  • Community Mortgage
  • Prime Lending
  • Envoy Mortgage

We would love to! Please call 901-350-5050 to get started.

Yes! Regency works with a program called eCredit Advisor that can help you improve your credit. eCredit Advisor will tell you exactly what needs to be done and how long it will take to improve your credit. Call Brandon at (512) 900-4910 to set up a FREE consultation.

Yes, once a community is sold out or almost sold out, we typically sell our model homes. There are some exceptions to this, so you can always call us at (901) 350-5050 to inquire about a specific model home.

No. Most customers rent an apartment or house while their home is under construction. Some customers also rent month to month if need be.

No. Your mortgage payments will not start until after the home is completed and you have closed.

  • 3% = Homes priced up to $199,900
  • 2.5% = Homes priced from $200,000 to $299,900
  • 2% = Homes priced at $300,000 or more

*closing costs excluded in certain communities. Call 901-350-5050 for details.

Email faith.blalock@newregencyhomes.com and mention which community you would like to receive information on.

No. Regency only sells homes.

Dishwasher, stove, & microwave.

$1,000 or $5,000 depending on the community.

Regency does not allow holds/reserves on homesites. The only way to ensure the homesite is yours is to pick a floor plan, sign a contract, and put down the required deposit.

No. Regency does not delay build times for any reason. Once the contract is accepted, building will start in one month as long as weather permits.

When purchasing a new home, your credit report will be pulled at the time of contract and again about half way through the building process. Whereas, purchasing an existing home only requires your credit report to be pulled once. This is because credit reports are only valid for 3-4 months.