While many people believe that Millennials aren’t buying homes, that’s hardly the case. The truth is that those who are in their mid-thirties (yes, Millennials are now in their thirties) simply have different interests and circumstances that have changed how they approach buying houses.
Whether you’re building a custom home, an elaborate dream house, or an addition to your current residence, you’ve likely researched a multitude of local construction companies. Finding the best-fit contractor is vital to your ultimate home satisfaction. If you don’t work with someone who is experienced, professional, and communicative, your home building experience might be frustrating and disappointing.
When considering relocation, many homebuyers focus on demographics, property conditions, market prices, and personal requirements. However, before addressing these topics, there’s a straightforward question one must answer: to buy or build a home?
There are a number of advantages and disadvantages to each of these options, here, we will discuss them all.
Building a home is a dream that people from all walks of life have at some point in time. Perhaps beginning as a detailed sketch tucked away in the back of a spiral notebook, or a wish list that features the detail and decor of every room, home aspirations are all personal and unique.
More often than not, these custom homes never get past the pages they’re scribbled on . . .
Tired of pulling into your driveway, or looking out your window to see a barren and unattractive yard? If you want to transform your home’s exterior landscape into an aesthetically appealing, impressive display — you need focus foremost on appearance and functional design. Poor yard design, planning, and spacing can force you into more work, from rearranging flower beds to uprooting trees.
All of us need a space where we can get work done, even in the home. If you use your home office as a designated space for running a business, or just as a place where you can sit quietly and go through your bills or organize your schedule, you deserve more than a hole in the wall. We have some tips for everyone who has a space they like to work from in their home that can use a little sprucing up.
Home building is one of the most exciting life decisions you can make.
That’s not to say that the processes of house design and home building are immune to failure or error. In fact, there is an assortment of challenges people face throughout the building process, and failure to acknowledge them beforehand can ultimately taint dream houses with shades of disappointment.
Let’s look at nine of these common mistakes and how to avoid them when building custom homes.
When you walk into a home for the first time, whether you know it or not, you are paying attention to the floor. Flooring plays a major role in the look, feel, and ambiance of a room so poorly-maintained flooring can become an eyesore. When it comes to floor choices, it depends on your lifestyle, budget, and the amount of foot traffic a floor for any given room. Whether you are building a new home, renovating your existing property, or choosing new flooring for your home, we have some tips that will help you choose the right flooring.
For those of us fortunate enough to have a basement, remodeling or upgrading one can feel like it is always out of reach. The question is, “is remodeling the basement really worth the time and money?”
The answer is: Yes!
When it comes time to upgrade your kitchen, you might want to consider putting in some work on your backsplash. It may seem like a simple enough task, but choosing the right kind of tile for your backsplash can be a complicated affair. There are a number of factors one should consider that will ultimately affect the overall design of the kitchen. Here is a short list of tips you should always consider when choosing the right tile backsplash for you and your kitchen.