A home warranty gives you the peace of mind that if your home has structural issues within a certain period of time, you will be covered financially. For example, soil settling can cause structural distress to a load-bearing element such as the foundation, floor framing, or columns. This is the type of event that is totally out of the builder’s control, but if you have a home warranty, you won’t have to pay out of pocket to cover the repair costs if something like this happens to you. A home warranty also typically covers defects in materials and systems for a certain period of time.Read More
Affordability is consistently ranked as the top concern for people shopping for a new home. It’s no surprise that homebuyers like you want to ensure that they are getting a good deal, regardless of whether you’re a first-time buyer or a more seasoned homeowner who is looking for your dream home.Read More
As the old saying goes, nothing in the world is certain but death and taxes. Homeowners already know this to be true; in most parts of the country, property tax runs at least a few thousand a year. But what level of taxes should you anticipate as you plan to build a new house?
What if you could build your dream home and feel like it was a good financial decision? That’s exactly how many of our homeowners feel. In fact, according to Alliance Financial Services the average Adair Homes customer they financed has earned 22% equity through this unique building process. That means that our customers designing and building a custom home in a location they choose isn’t just magical -- it’s practical, too.Read More
Think designing and building a custom home is out of reach? The truth is that a custom home is easier and more affordable than you may think. In fact, in many cases, you could pay the same price for a custom home (one that’s built exactly the way you want it) that you would pay for an older resale home.
Follow these key steps to make your dream home a reality, even if you’re on a tight budget.Read More
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