Howell Family Testimonial

Posted by Gabbie Gately on May 3, 2023 12:30:00 PM

Topics: Homebuilding Tips, Southern Oregon, Homebuilding Process, Design, Custom Homes, investment home

It is Adair Home’s privilege to help wonderful customers like Marla and Kevin Howell realize their dream of building a custom home. Our unique homebuilding process ensures that each of our homebuyers receives a tremendous value for every dollar they invest—making their completed home a very wise financial investment.

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Where to Live in Southwest Washington

Posted by Gabbie Gately on Jan 11, 2023 12:30:00 PM

Topics: Custom Home Builder, Build a Custom Home, Custom Home Design, Realtors, Custom Home Washington, Homebuilding Tips, Site Development, Floor Plans, Financing, Homebuilding Process, Custom Homes, Finding Land, Central Washington, appointment, sweat equity, value, cost, Farmhouse

The Pacific Northwest is a dreamland where nature, the arts, and enterprise connect. Businesses thrive here because employees are able to take advantage of the close proximity to outdoor recreation, the relaxed way of life, and the obscene amount of caffeine available from sustainably sourced locally roasted beans. 

The Southwest Washington area offers a way of life that appeals to many—and finding where you fit in here is as simple as a tour through the beautiful counties that make up this region. You might find the following places on your shortlist!

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Choosing the Right Location in Southern Oregon to Build Your Dream Home

Posted by Kari Montoya on Aug 8, 2022 11:30:52 AM

Topics: Build a Custom Home, Custom Home Design, Custom Home Washington, Homebuilding Tips, Floor Plans, Design, Custom Homes, Finding Land, Homeowner Testimonial, FAQs, value, manufactured homes, investment home

Southern Oregon is suddenly getting the attention it has always deserved—its unsurpassed natural beauty, endless outdoor recreation, and small-town heritage is coming into its own. If you’ve been dreaming of a home in the ‘Heart of the Rogue’, Adair has a plan for you! We are actively building custom homes throughout Southern Oregon, and yours could be next.

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Why Remote Tech Workers Should Consider Puget Sound

Posted by Kari Montoya on May 9, 2022 2:00:00 PM

Topics: Build a Custom Home, Custom Home Design, Custom Home Washington, Homebuilding Tips, Floor Plans, Design, Custom Homes, Finding Land, Homeowner Testimonial, FAQs, value, manufactured homes, investment home

Have you visited Puget Sound lately? It’s an area with unparalleled potential. A new tech haven for remote workers—close enough for a quick trip into Seattle, but just far enough away to replace views of buildings with the bright green of pine trees and lush garden plantings. The communities surrounding Seattle offer a host of benefits—from an array of after-work amenities to the reduced cost of living. Consider that within thirty minutes of Seattle, your lifestyle could be up to 30% less expensive than living in Seattle, and 60% less expensive than living in Palo Alto!

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Posted by Kari Montoya on Mar 16, 2022 7:15:00 AM

Topics: Build a Custom Home, Custom Home Design, Custom Home Washington, Homebuilding Tips, Floor Plans, Design, Custom Homes, Finding Land, Homeowner Testimonial, FAQs, value, manufactured homes, investment home

Adair Homes is proud to present over twenty new floor plans exclusive to our Eastern Idaho customers. These homes have been expertly designed to accommodate the needs, wants, and desires of our customers building in the Eastern Idaho region. Living close to the grader of the Tetons, National Parks, and world-renown fly fishing calls for homes with exacting features. Each of these new plans include optional basements and four exteriors to choose from.

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Deciding Where to Live in Central Oregon

Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Dec 15, 2021 3:05:00 PM

Topics: Central Oregon

For people who love the outdoors and appreciate a peaceful, laid-back lifestyle, Central Oregon is an area that offers something for everyone. Residents enjoy more than 160 days of sunshine every year, which gives them a chance to make the most of a beautiful landscape that includes towering mountains, serene rivers and lakes, and world-class hiking and biking trails. Even on those overcast days, the climate is desertlike, so the weather is often very favorable with crisp, clear, cool nights.

Locals to the area also love the small-town feel of most communities and the friendly, down-to-earth nature of the people. With everything Central Oregon has to offer, it’s no wonder that homebuyers from every corner of the country are starting to take notice.

Central Oregon is a wonderful place to call home, with lots of small and mid-sized towns, a steady economy, and abundant job opportunities. And if you’re in the market for a new home, the region also offers a variety of property settings, from small-town suburbs to quiet and remote country living. All you need to do is figure out which area of this gorgeous landscape you want to settle in.

To help you decide, let’s take a closer look at some of the best areas to find land within Central Oregon.

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Deciding Where to Live in Southern Oregon

Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Dec 7, 2021 8:56:00 AM

Topics: Southern Oregon

Southern Oregon is known for its world-class wines, whitewater rapids, world-famous theaters and galleries, gorgeous sweeping views that are so colorful they look like they were painted, and some of the friendliest communities in the nation. 

Whether you want to be in bustling Medford or a smaller town with more land, the southern part of the state is an ideal region for putting down some roots and building a new custom home. It has so much to offer both young families and people looking for the perfect place to retire. Most of the area has a rural feel, and even the larger cities have a small-town spirit with tight-knit communities and plenty of local character.

Does Southern Oregon sound good to you so far? Read on to learn about four counties that would be perfect locations to build a home.

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Deciding Where to Live in Mid-Columbia Valley

Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Dec 7, 2021 8:44:00 AM

Topics: Custom Home Washington, Mid Columbia Valley

Spanning counties in both Washington and Oregon, the Mid-Columbia Valley is named for the mighty Columbia River, which cuts through the valley from north to south. Connecting to both the Snake River and the Yakima River in Kennewick, the area was historically a hub for steamboats and railroads. The fertile valley gives life to orchards, vineyards, strawberry farms, and land to build a home on

Generally considered a politically conservative region, the Mid-Columbia Valley has an overall rural feel and a rich history in the agriculture and food-processing industries. As more manufacturing is coming to the area, job opportunities are increasing, and more people are moving to the small cities in the region to support this growth. There is plenty of land in eastern Washington and northeastern Oregon, so if you are considering building a new custom home, this area presents a good opportunity to find land that matches your needs.

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Deciding Where to Live in East Puget Sound

Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Dec 5, 2021 9:05:00 AM

Topics: Build a Custom Home, East Puget Sound

The Pacific Northwest has experienced a boom in population over the last several years as a growing number of people have been flocking to the region to call it their new home. The appeal is no surprise to locals—after all, this unique region offers gorgeous natural splendor, an incredible climate, friendly and laid-back people, and lively, fun-filled cities.

If you’re considering purchasing a new home in the Pacific Northwest, be sure to consider East Puget Sound. This welcoming area is popular with both Pacific Northwest locals and transplants. East Puget Sound includes everything from quaint small towns to bustling cities, all set against a backdrop of some of the country’s most beautiful scenery. To the west is the sparkling blue sound, and to the east lie towering mountain peaks and serene forests.

The two main counties located in East Puget Sound, King County and Pierce County, are both experiencing increased home prices. However, because more open property is available in the counties, many residents find success by building a custom home on property they purchase (or, in some cases, on property they already own). This option frees them up to live exactly where they want, whether in a lively suburb of Tacoma or on an idyllic country lot outside of Snoqualmie. It also allows them to customize a home to have the exact features they want.

Of course, in such a beautiful part of the world, it can be challenging to find the right property. Today, we’ll take a closer look at King and Pierce counties to see if they would be a good fit for a homebuyer like you.

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Deciding Where to Live in South Puget Sound

Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Nov 15, 2021 9:03:00 AM

Topics: South Puget Sound

Year by year, the Evergreen State continues to grow in population—and for good reason. The region has incredible natural scenery, endless recreational opportunities, a growing job market, and a friendly, laid-back vibe. 

Of course, all this growth can make it challenging to find the right home to buy. Luckily, the South Puget Sound area has a wealth of opportunities for homebuyers—particularly those looking to build a custom home.

The South Puget Sound region ranges from the coast all the way to Mount Rainier National Park. It hugs the southern end of Puget Sound and includes a wide variety of cities and towns. Homebuyers have their choice of picturesque oceanfront communities in Grays Harbor County, large bustling cities in Thurston County, and quaint, tight-knit towns or peaceful country properties in the remote foothills.

If any of those options sound good to you, let’s dive deeper into the six counties that make up South Puget Sound so that you can find the area that best fits your needs:

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