Flooring is one of the most important features of any home. From hardwood and laminate to tile and carpet, flooring not only serves a functional purpose, but it also helps establish the style and “feel” of a given room. Luckily, there are incredible flooring options available today, ensuring that you can find exactly what you want while staying within budget.
Topics: Design Smart
If you’re thinking about building your first custom home, the prospect can seem exciting—and, at times, a bit stressful. It’s true that you’ll have a lot of decisions to make in the coming months, but with the right resources, designing your custom home can be a smooth, very enjoyable process.
Topics: Spokane (Inland Northwest)
If you have decided that building a new home is the right path for you, finding land is an essential step. If you’re not yet sure where you want to live, make a list of the towns and neighborhoods that you are considering along with the pros and cons of each so you can rank them. With this information in hand, you can start your search.
For many people who are considering building their first custom home, the overall project can seem a bit daunting at first. Many wonder where to even begin the process of transforming their ideas into a beautiful, finished home.
Topics: Caldwell (Boise)
Building your first custom home is an exciting, unforgettable experience. Of course, for many customers, it can also be a huge learning opportunity, because purchasing a custom home is so much different from buying a traditional, prebuilt one. It’s no wonder we encounter a lot of people who have questions about the financing process, which is unfamiliar territory for most first-time custom homebuyers.
Topics: Finance Your Home
When you think of a cashmere sweater, you think of cozy luxury that will always be classic. Cashmere is comfortable and elegant and never goes out of style. You get all of the same characteristics with our Cashmere floor plan. No matter which style you choose, the classic exteriors and carefully considered layout will stand the test of time.
Topics: Custom Home Floor Plan
Successful realtors rely on multiple revenue streams to generate income through all types of market cycles. Some of these include typical home sales, land sales, property management, and partnering with custom home builders. With the latter, you have an opportunity to boost revenue by referring land clients who want to build a new home on the land you have sold them. If they decide to go with the builder you have recommended, you get a commission on the home, just as you would if you were selling an existing home.
The average American will purchase at least three homes in their lifetime—often a starter home, a family home and, finally, an empty-nester or retirement home. In some markets, homeowners who are climbing the property ladder may own five or more homes as the decades go by. For many, this evolution of home ownership creates the perfect chance to work toward the home of their dreams.
Topics: Building a Custom Home
The Pacific Northwest homebuilding market is a unique and dynamic one, with a relaxed, welcoming style that feels like it suits our one-of-a-kind region. We enjoy some of the most beautiful areas of the U.S., as well as a diverse (and always-changing) climate, and many of our homes are built to mirror that. It’s no wonder that our homebuilding trends sometimes stray a bit from the rest of the nation.
For homeowners in every price bracket and throughout all 50 states, there’s one thing that is always at the back of your mind: building equity. We all want to maximize our ownership in a home, as quickly and easily as possible. After all, the greater your equity, the better your position for selling or refinancing the home. So what is the best approach for increasing your home’s equity?
Topics: Custom Home Tips