Pulte high-quality new construction homes are Life Tested® – which means they are designed and built for the way you live.
Pulte blends functional design with innovation in beautiful, liveable communities near the most desirable cities throughout the U.S. We think it's the perfect place to call home.
Our Peace of Mind Promise is built on three pillars: Quality materials from trusted brands; collaboration during the process; a rewarding home-owning experience.
Pulte Homes are located where you want to live. We currently build in 24 states across the country, with over 250 active communities to choose from.
About Pulte Homes
At Pulte Homes, we continually talk with prospective homeowners about how they live and allow those ideas to inspire us to design and build homes tailored to the way you live your life. It means smarter living space and rooms you’ll use all the time – not just once a year. We also believe that a better way to build a home is to build it together. Our rigorous construction methods are designed to ensure that your home will be built right. And it’s all backed by the Pulte Homes Protection Plan— a warranty that is among the best in the industry. Pulte Homes is a national brand of PulteGroup, Inc. (NYSE: PHM).
star-ratingThe Pulte team that worked with us to build our Vanderbilt model at Chapel Cove was excellent. This includes the sales rep, design team, build team and field manager, as well as the mortgage team. Everyone was very responsive to our issues and were attentive to our questions/requests, especially as we weren't local and were only able to visit the home site on a few occasions. They addressed any issues that we identified and have even been helpful post-close with any questions or concerns that we had. Overall, we had a great experience building with Pulte and would definitely look to them to build any homes we may want in the future. I would highly recommend others to go with Pulte.
Patrick Q. | Charlotte, NC
star-ratingPulte is a behemoth in the home construction field, and buying from them requires knowing what you're getting. They make their homes affordable by limiting customization to a very small number of options (e.g. types of tile, optional amenities) and cranking homes out at speed. This is not inherently a bad thing, but it can be frustrating if you're not ready for it. For our needs, the options Pulte provided were great (we upgraded the base house significantly) and the layout of the home was ideal. We didn't mind the small number of design options, but do be wary if you love to decorate. The build quality was something I was prepared to compromise on, but to my surprise, it has been generally excellent. The framing was top-notch, flooring was installed flawlessly, and what issues arose (mis-placed shower head, missing lights, etc) were all addressed quickly and well. So, what's the downside? As much as we've loved our house, the sales team (hampered SIGNIFICANTLY by Pulte's in-house software) was a challenge to work with. We got to the right spot at the end, but stupid things like having both carpet AND hardwood somehow configured for one of our rooms, inability to differentiate the finish for our master bath's lighting and kitchen faucets, and other basic, basic issues made it a much more stressful process than it needed to be. We had to literally line-by-line the 5 page change orders, each time a change was made, to make sure that all the debits and credits lined up. To be clear, this was looking for errors due to system complexity - the sales team themselves were well intentioned. It's really the poor tooling they work with and the restrictions placed on them that were the main cause of issues. So, all in all, I came out of this pleasantly surprised at the quality of the home we ended up with, the attentiveness and responsiveness of the build team, and the value we got for our money. It's a terrific home, well laid out and just what we wanted. If you're looking at a Pulte home, just be aware that the low (relative) cost comes with very limited design options and a requirement that you go through the sales & configuration process with eyes like a hawk. On a final note, unlike many builders, Pulte actually hit their closing date with time to spare. Super impressed by that. Again, the assembly-line approach to home construction has its pluses and minuses. They know how to put a house together and keep their teams humming. Given our move timing needs, this was a big plus.
Robert Christopher M. | Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, NC