Building On Your Own Land? What Arizona Homeowners Need to Know

Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Apr 12, 2019 10:08:31 AM

Topics: Custom Home Builder, Build a Custom Home, Land

Building the home of your dreams is an exciting life decision. Of course, there’s much to learn if you have never done it before, but with the help of an experienced builder, the process can go quite smoothly. If you’re thinking of building a new home in Arizona, one of the first steps is securing land. If you already own a lot, there’s still some work to do. You must determine what you can and cannot do on the property and the costs associated with preparing the site for construction. If you’re just getting started on your homebuilding journey, here are a few tips for building on your own land in Arizona.  

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Building vs Buying a Home in Portland, Oregon

Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Mar 5, 2019 6:21:17 AM

Topics: Build a Custom Home, Custom home Oregon

Owning your own home is an American rite of passage, but it’s becoming increasingly difficult in today’s real estate market, especially if you want to purchase an existing home in the Portland area. With limited inventory and prices that have been on an upward trend for almost a decade, the opportunities for purchasing a home are few and far between, especially if you’re working with a limited budget.

However, buying an existing home is not the only way to achieve your dream of home ownership. Building a new custom home is not only possible, it’s a way for you to build equity, get more of the features you want, and finally get your dream home. If you are weighing your options between building versus buying, or if you haven’t even thought about new construction, consider these reasons to explore building a new home.

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Breaking Down the Homebuilding Process in Central Oregon

Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Oct 2, 2018 6:51:53 AM

Topics: Build a Custom Home

Central Oregon is an ideal place to raise an active family or retire with a peaceful mountain view. For people who love to get outdoors, the region offers hiking, skiing, fishing, and many other activities—all practically at your back door. With an average of 300 sun-filled days a year, Central Oregon is a perfect escape from the notoriously rainy climates of other parts of the Pacific Northwest. Families are attracted to towns with world-class hospitals and excellent school systems, and rural residents enjoy ample space to keep horses, chickens, sheep, and other livestock. These are just a few of the reasons land sells so quickly in this area.

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Deciding Where to Live in East Puget Sound

Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Sep 27, 2018 9:06:12 AM

Topics: Build a Custom Home

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 spendor, an incredible climate, friendly and laid-back people, and lively, fun-filled cities.

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