Jerry Thompson, CEO of StrucSure Home Warranty, and Vice President of Sales Eastern Division Cindy Huber are in studio for today’s episode of Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio. Joined by co-hosts Carol Morgan and Todd Schnick, the group discusses several products and services available through StrucSure Home Warranty, how the business got started and what sets it apart from other home warranty services.
Started in 1997 in Colorado, StrucSure has grown to become a national business and one of the top warranty providers for new homes in the United States. With home warranties in almost every state, StrucSure Home Warranty’s ability to grow and expand over time is one of the many reasons its dedication to providing products and services to homeowners and new home builders.
StrucSure Home Warranty’s core product provides 10-year insurance-backed structural home warranties for home builders. With several other products available for remodelers, repair contractors and other specialized experts in the business, StrucSure is available and ready to help everyone in the home building industry.
“We offer these warranties to homebuilders and they can then offer them to their buyers,” said Thompson. “Then the buyers feel comfortable about buying their home. It’s their investment of a lifetime and can be quite an emotional purchase.”
The most popular product from StrucSure Home Warranty, the 10-year warranty, covers all major structural defects. This includes failure in any low-bearing part of the home, such as the foundation, the floor joists or the roof trusses. Any issue in the home that is deemed unsafe, unsanitary or unlivable is covered in the warranty. This helps protect new homeowners when they move into their brand-new homes. The last thing buyers want to worry about is additional expenses after a new home purchase.
Another popular product from StrucSure Home Warranty is the two-year warranty. This product backs up the other builder warranty for the first year. When you buy a new home, a builder offers a one-year workmanship and materials warranty. This helps with smaller inconveniences that might need to be fixed in the home like squeaky floors and leaky windows. StrucSure stands behind the builder and steps-up to help fix these things.
“We differentiate our selves based on quality, service and price,” said Thompson. “What differentiates us the most is the service. We are competitive on pricing, as good or better on coverage, but our service is where we really take our pride. We provide world-class service for our customers.”
For more information on StrucSure Home Warranty, visit www.strucsure.com. You can also listen to the full interview linked above!
Georgia Residential Mortgage Licensee, License #22564. NMLS ID #6606. Subject to borrower and property qualifications. Not all applicants will qualify. New American Funding and StrucSure Home Warranty are not associated. Click here to view the terms and conditions of products mentioned during the show. Corporate office 14511 Myford Rd., Suite 100, Tustin, CA 92780. Phone: (800) 450-2010. (April/2020)
New American Funding is a family-owned mortgage lender with a servicing portfolio of over 123,000 loans for $30.4 billion, 198 branches, and about 3,100 employees. The company offers several niche loan products and has made Inc. 5000’s list of Fastest-Growing Companies in America six times. It has a state-of-the-art career training facility and develops innovative technology, including the GoGo LO mobile application. For more information, visit www.branch.newamericanfunding.com/Atlanta.
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