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
Topics: Custom Home Costs
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 for a custom home (one that’s built exactly the way you want it) that you would pay for an older resale home.Read More
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