Frequently Asked Questions

Common questions about New Home Building

Marrano offers over 25 floor plans featuring alternate layouts, numerous expansions and front elevations. A Marrano New Home Professional is trained to guide you with selecting the right plan to meet your needs. Visit a New Home Construction Professional in one of our many decorated model homes open Saturday through Wednesday 1-5pm.
Marrano offers a variety of product including single family communities, patio home communities, and town homes. In most situations, we require a 5% good faith deposit to start building. Patio home communities may vary. Your good faith deposit is forwarded as part of your down payment on your new Marrano home.
Typically Four to five months depending on how long the town takes to furnish a building permit. However, we have a wide variety of completed homes available for immediate occupancy.
You are assigned a team of professionals including your New Home Construction Professional, a Customer Coordinator, a professional Design Consultant, a Construction Manager, and a Customer Care Representative. Your teams assists you through the building process so it’s as flawless as possible and enjoyable.
Marrano is the only New Home Builder that offers the award winning Safe and Sold program. Marrano’s Safe and Sold program pays a percentage of your listed commission and offers professional staging services. We start your new home immediately while selling your existing house.
Patio home communities offer ranch and first floor master floor plans and are often associated with a HOA which is a great option for customers looking for a maintenance free lifestyle. Single family communities offer a wide variety of plans for all lifestyles.
No, that is not true. Every builder has their own definition for a "Patio Home". When you build a Patio home with Marrano, it is more about the lifestyle than the floor plan. All Marrano built homes have full basements.
HOA= "Home Owners Association" Marrano's Patio Home communities usually have a HOA. What this means is the community has rules and regulations for the residence for what they can and cannot do. Most of the time the restrictions are put in place to maintain the integrity of the neighborhood. The residence of the HOA pay a monthly due to be part of the association, but it usually also includes landscape maintenance and snow removal. Often residence in an HOA community have what is called; "Condo Status", this means that they may pay less taxes than residence outside of the HOA neighborhood.
Marrano has many locations throughout West New York.