On Your Lot Explained: The Breakdown of Building a Custom Home On Your Land

Posted by Kari Montoya on Dec 16, 2020 11:01:07 AM

Topics: Build a Custom Home, Custom Home Design, Custom Home Washington, Homebuilding Tips, Floor Plans, Financing, Design, Custom Homes, Finding Land, Homeowner Testimonial, FAQs, sweat equity, value, cost

We use the phrase ‘on-your-lot’ quite a bit around Adair Homes. Why? Well, it’s exactly what we do. At Adair Homes, we build your house on your lot. We aren’t buying large tracts of land and developing neighborhoods as you might see in expanding suburban areas. Instead, our business is focused on helping our clients build homes on land that they choose. Through our unique home building process, our clients acquire strong equity positions in their improved properties—not to mention their dream custom home come true.

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What to Look for When Starting Your Land Search: Tips from Industry Experts

Posted by Kari Montoya on Nov 26, 2020 8:00:00 AM

Topics: Custom Home Builder, Build a Custom Home, Custom Home Design, Realtors, Homebuilding Tips, Site Development, Floor Plans, Financing, Homebuilding Process, Design, Finding Land, real estate, sweat equity, value, cost

When beginning down the path to your dream custom home, it's essential to find the right property. The characteristics of the land will influence the overall design of your home. The size of the lot will impact the size of your home, and which of our plans are the best options. If the lot is sloped, you may consider a daylight basement, or additional foundation. Are the utilities already connected, or do you need to account for those during site development? All of these considerations will be important during your search for the perfect parcel of land.

But how do you find that place?

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Retirement Planning: Building a Custom Home from a Distance

Posted by Kari Montoya on Nov 1, 2020 9:15:00 AM

Topics: Custom Home Builder, Build a Custom Home, Custom Home Design, Homebuilding Tips, Lifestyle, Southwest Washington, Floor Plans, Homebuilding Process, Design, Custom Homes, Homeowner Testimonial, appointment, Customer Experience, sweat equity, value

Building a forever home is a once in a lifetime joy; a custom floorplan and personalized touches can add so much to your daily lifestyle. So many of our Adair Homes’ customers have been happily surprised at the immeasurable enjoyment of the little things: a long-desired walk-in pantry, the extra third bay in a garage, a wrap-around porch with egress off the kitchen. But building a house isn’t always easy—or fun. In reality, there are a variety of challenges to be met in every build job. One of the more obvious, but often overlooked obstacles, is distance.


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Quality Custom Homes in the West: A Customer Review of Adair Homes

Posted by Kari Montoya on Oct 28, 2020 3:06:16 PM

Topics: Custom Home Builder, Build a Custom Home, Custom Home Design, Homebuilding Tips, Floor Plans, Homebuilding Process, Design, Custom Homes, Finding Land, East Valley, Homeowner Testimonial, Customer Care, sweat equity, value

Adair Homes is proud to partner with families across the Western US; helping people build homes where memories are made, lifestyles are improved, and more comes out of less. What do we mean? With Adair Homes, you’ll find great value—not just with our innovative budgeting tools—but with the construction knowledge and skill sets offered through working with our Pro Team. By taking the time to understand our customer’s priorities, we are able to help each one of them successfully build the home of their dreams.

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Meet the Morgans: Review of a Custom Home Build

Posted by Kari Montoya on Aug 26, 2020 9:13:28 AM

Topics: Custom Home Builder, Custom Home Design, Southern Oregon, Floor Plans, Homebuilding Process, Design, Custom Homes, Homeowner Testimonial, Customer Experience, sweat equity, Farmhouse

A custom home represents so much; hard work, savings, financial planning, and the culmination of dreams. It’s a space of restoration, growth, and the future of your family. At Adair Homes, we do not take building homes lightly. It’s a privilege to walk beside our clients and friends and help them realize dreams—one home at a time.

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CUSTOMER REVIEW: MEET THE BLOOMS

Posted by Kari Montoya on Aug 4, 2020 11:15:00 AM

Topics: Custom Home Design, Homebuilding Tips, Custom Homes, virtual tour, sweat equity, value, Craftsman

There’s a reason that the hashtag #keyday is always trending on social media. Moving into your own home—whether it’s your first, or your last—is a momentous occasion; one worth celebrating in person, and online. And what about when you’re moving into a home you designed from the ground up? You can’t replicate that kind of pride in ownership. Adair key days are worth working for.

The Bloom family of Mt. Vernon, Washington, recently celebrated a key day of their own—and are excited to share their Adair experience building a customized Willamette plan.

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LaPora Family: Review of a Creston Farmhouse Build

Posted by Kari Montoya on Jun 26, 2020 8:59:00 AM

Topics: Custom Home Builder, Custom Home Design, Homebuilding Tips, Floor Plans, Homebuilding Process, Custom Homes, Homeowner Testimonial, Customer Experience, sweat equity, Farmhouse

Adair Homes builds custom homes for real people. We take pride in getting to know each one—so that our homes represent the answer to all their new construction needs.

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The Incredible Value of Sweat Equity

Posted by Kari Montoya on Jun 16, 2020 9:00:00 AM

Topics: Custom Home Builder, Build a Custom Home, Southern Oregon, Homeowner Testimonial, Customer Experience, sweat equity, value, cost

It’s a given fact that in our lifetimes, a home purchase will most likely be the biggest investment we make. How we allocate those funds is vitally important and that is where the unique offerings from Adair Homes come in. If you are looking to build the home of your dreams, there is no other construction company out there that can compete dollar-to-dollar with our innovative on-your-lot building process.

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