With new trends in the housing market, it is now cheaper to buy than rent in many cases. Along with being better on your pocketbook, here are 7 reasons why you should buy instead of renting your home. Clearly, the cost savings with buying your own home are reason enough. However, owning your home allows…
Your home is the investment of a lifetime, and this is true for reasons that go well beyond the price you pay. Home is the place where memories are made, where children are raised, and where friendships are formed. That’s why it’s so important to consider all of your options and make a choice that can help you create your very own dream home.
Deck lounging, afternoon barbecues, and nighttime cocktails – isn’t that what summer is all about? It can be if you put a little imagination and planning into your new home purchase.
After being stuck inside all winter, summer is not only a time for swimming, hot dogs, baseball games, and warmer weather, but it is also time to spend outdoors with family and friends. Summer calendars are often inundated with barbeques and pool parties,
leaving people mostly outside to socialize.
Whether you are building a new home or personalizing a beautiful, newly built green home, there is no need to think big and expensive. In fact, sometimes the smallest of touches can the greatest WOW factor!
It’s interesting that such a small area of a home can be so very important, but it’s true. Designing the choicest of bathrooms is clearly an art. Part of the challenge rests in the sheer number of options available in terms of materials, colors, and accessories.
In part one of this article, we covered the first four tips on choosing the right builder. Let’s take a look at the next four reasons why choosing the right builder is imperative to achieving your dream home.
Before you choose to go the route of a custom or production builder, you should decide what matters most to you. Is it budget, location, or design choice? If budget is a heavy consideration, a production builder can definitely provide more home for less money. You will have to choose between a handful of layout selections, but most builders ensure that your exterior doesn’t have that cookie-cutter look.
If you’re entertaining the idea of building a new home, you need to read this. It could save you a lot of headaches and buyer’s remorse.
When it comes time to sell your home, there is a laundry list of preparations: cleaning, repairs, staging, and, of course, applying a new coat of paint. You want the potential buyer to love the idea of making your house their home. Studies show that the color you pick for this fresh coat has more…
So, you’re ready to start down the trail of building a new house. You probably have the perfect vision of your dream home, and you’re ready to move in. Stop there! Dreams rarely come true without some upfront work, and building a home is certainly no different.