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Escrow Information

Hey New CBH Home Owner!

YAY! We’re happy to announce that the Winter 2022/2023 escrow withholds are all wrapped up. To learn more about the winter escrow season, check out the FAQ section below.

Stay tuned for Winter 2023/2024 escrow information — coming soon!

Landscaping Schedule For Escrows

Check back regularly as dates may change along with Idaho's unpredictable Spring weather. Pray for sunny skies and warm weather!

Community Status Scheduled Dates* Additional Comments
Aegean Estates Scheduled 3/18/2024 - 4/19/2024
Fallbrook Scheduled 3/18/2024 - 4/8/2024
Cedars Scheduled 3/18/2024 - 4/1/2024
Feather Cove Scheduled 3/18/2024 - 4/1/2024
Spring Hollow Ranch Scheduled 3/18/2024 - 4/8/2024
Locale Scheduled 3/18/2024 - 4/8/2024
Hill Road Scheduled 3/18/2024 - 4/8/2024
East Ridgevue Estates Scheduled 3/18/2024 - 4/1/2024
Topaz Ranch Scheduled 3/18/2024 - 4/1/2024
Memory Ranch Scheduled 3/18/2024 - 4/1/2024
Malaspina Ranch Scheduled 3/18/2024 - 4/1/2024

*This tentative schedule serves the goal of bringing excitement to YOU, our valued CBH homeowner. Our Landscapers work long hours in the Spring to fulfill escrows at the most efficient pace possible, but sometimes there are unexpected delays that occur based on weather and soil conditions that slow down their progress. We thank you for your patience as we want your yard looking beautiful just as much as you do!

FAQs

What is an Escrow Hold?

An escrow withhold is when your lender requires funds to be held back from Builder's proceeds at closing for work we are obligated to complete per the terms of a buyer's contract agreement. It allows your lender to close on your home, fund the purchase and release funds to CBH Homes once our work is complete.

Why is the house next to me getting landscaped when nobody lives there yet and my escrowed landscaping isn't completed yet?

Great news, you have a new neighbor coming! Since the weather is currently warmer, lenders will not allow buyers to close with any items incomplete on their home. We are required to finish landscaping, painting, etc. on your neighbors home in order for them to close and move in. Sometimes this means your new neighbor might get their landscaping before our landscapers can get caught up on the escrows which include your home.