Whether you’re a seasoned investor or just starting to think about creating an income stream for your retirement, real estate investing is a smart long-term plan. While some investors choose to flip existing homes, there are a lot of reasons that building a new custom home is a smarter path. The main reason is predictability. When you buy an existing home, you have no idea what you’re going to find when you start the remodeling process, which can blow your budget and potentially turn your investment into a money pit. On the other hand, when you build new, you know how much it is expected to cost, when the work will be finished, and what the final product will look like, because you get to make all of the decisions.Read More
Dreaming of building your own custom home but overwhelmed by the idea of buying land? You’re not alone. Most of our customers have never purchased land before they visit one of our sales office locations for the very first time. Lucky for you, we’ve developed an easy process, online tools, and a network of real estate professionals to help you find the perfect spot to build your dream home.Read More
Topics: Floor Plans
ADA Compliant Floorplans are a top priority for many homebuyers.
Unfortunately, most standard homes lack many of the features that would make a home easy to live in and comfortable for people with disabilities. If you choose to build a custom home, it will give you the ability to make the choices of selections that will benefit your lifestyle. You will be able to choose all the design features, fixtures, and even the finishes you require.Read More
Choosing a contractor to build your new custom home is a big decision, and it can be an intimidating one if you have never done it before. Like with any other major moment in life, it makes sense to evaluate a few different options before you choose the path ahead. Comparing multiple builders will give you the perspective you need to decide which one is the best fit for your project.
You have to consider many factors when building a custom house: what you want in a home, what responsibilities are yours during the building process, and—of course—how much you have available to spend. There’s a lot to juggle, and the process can be stressful at times, even in the smoothest of building projects. So the better your contractor is, the more enjoyable your experience will be. Working with a knowledgeable, reliable builder helps ensure that you get a quality home built on a predictable timeline and within your budget.Read More
For most families, building a new home is a major investment, and you want to be sure you’re getting the most from it.
When you build a new custom home with Adair Homes, you get more than just a quality house. You get value both right away and for a lifetime, which starts the day you first talk to a Home Ownership Counselor.Read More
Adair Homes is excited to introduce a brand new duplex custom home floor plan:
Talk about flexible! We’ve packed some of our most popular design features into a side-by-side duplex plan that offers an almost unlimited number of options for a first home, a vacation home, investment property, and more.Read More
Whether you are starting from scratch in a new home, planning to sell your existing home, or just want to change up the vibe where you currently live, one or two coats of paint are sometimes all you need to transform a room. Changing a kitchen from a sterile white to an inviting, warmer space can help bring a family together at mealtime. A basic master bathroom can turn into a cheery oasis that brightens every morning. No matter what type of atmosphere you’re trying to achieve, choosing the right paint colors is an important first step.
When choosing paint colors, think about how you want to react when you enter a space and what feelings you want it to evoke. Think about how you plan to use the space. Do you want to feel calm and serene, or active and creative? The colors that surround you are a window to your personality and a reflection of your personal style.Read More
Topics: Floor Plans
Part of our new Riada Collection, the Everett has the clean lines of the modern aesthetic with an open floor plan that every family will enjoy. The low-pitched roof evokes a mid-century modern vibe, especially when it’s elongated with the extra third car bay. With four bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms in 2,830 square feet, there’s plenty of room for the family to gather in the common areas on the first floor or retreat to the individual bedrooms upstairs.Read More
The beginning of a new year is always a great time to think about how you can spruce up your home. Sprucing up your home is also an excellent indoor activity to keep you occupied during the colder months. Of course, you can do any of these 15 ideas at any time of the year, so pick a few and plan them out to keep your home decor fresh year-round.Read More
Building a new home gives you the unique opportunity to customize its features and functions to match your lifestyle. If you intend to retire in the home, have a family member with special needs, or just want to accommodate all types of guests, making smart decisions during the design process will ensure that your home is suitably prepared.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, approximately 7 percent of the population has a disability that makes it difficult to walk or climb stairs. The total number of people who have any type of disability—including ambulatory, vision-impaired, and difficulty with independent living—is closer to 13 percent. The percentage is much higher for older adults, with almost half of people over the age of 75 living with a disability. Whether you’re planning ahead for potential future needs or have an immediate requirement for a handicap-accessible bathroom, there are some general guidelines that can help you keep your home safe and comfortable.Read More