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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Tour a Custom Lincoln Plan

Posted by Kari Montoya on Jul 6, 2020 8:15:00 AM

Topics: Custom Home Builder, Build a Custom Home, Custom Home Design, Mid Willamette Valley, Custom Homes, Primary Suite, Open House, Virtual Tour, Craftsman, Farmhouse

Finding your homestead is a gift—and then, sometimes, it’s a GIFT. In the case of the Hardin Family from Monroe, Oregon, it is both. Their heritage property couldn’t be any more perfect; a six-acre homesite nestled into the pines. And out the back deck? Riverfront views. It was clear that such a special property deserved nothing less than a thoughtfully placed, well-designed home ready to collect memories and generations of Hardin’s to come.

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Virtual Tours Create An Open House Experience... From Home

Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Apr 27, 2020 8:39:30 AM

Topics: Homebuilding Tips, Real Estate, Open House, Virtual Tour

Some people were born to tour new open houses—you know who you are. The thrilling smell of fresh wood floors has you Google Mapping your route to new listings the moment they hit RMLS. You tingle with appreciation at the clean baseboards. Spotless pantries! Sparkling new orb chandeliers with Edison bulbs! We get you. Home tours and house planning go hand-in-hand. Every walk-through is one step closer to your dream house becoming a reality. It’s one circumstance where seeing truly is, believing.

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