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If you’ve been looking for fresh air and mild winters in an outdoor enthusiasts’ dreamland, you’ve been looking for Northwest Washington. Nestled between three prominent national parks of unparalleled natural beauty, Northwest Washington boasts a robust economic center, a significant art and culture scene, and coffee. Lots of coffee. You’ll also find caring communities and hands-on civic discourse. So grab your mountain bike and a local brew, a laptop and a smile; you belong here. This is a special place to live.
The fertile land to either side of the mighty Columbia River has been a destination long before the housing boom of the past few years. This area, crossing through both Oregon and Washington State, boasts stunning natural views up and down the Gorge, bountiful harvests, mild winters, and world-class recreational opportunities. All that, and the housing is still reasonably priced.Read More
If you’ve been dreaming of living in Idaho—you’re not alone! Caldwell, Idaho and the entirety of the Treasure Valley has seen a fantastic revitalization in the past two years. Today, Caldwell is a community transformed—a boom town of sorts! And why? According to the City of Caldwell, part of the growth can be attributed to their focus on small business: “Our Economic Development team is committed to supporting the creation, sustainability and growth of both small and large businesses and entrepreneurs.” With many new businesses flocking to the urban areas, the Treasure Valley has experienced unprecedented growth.
As an on-your-lot builder, Adair Homes has the privilege of working with landowners all across the Mid Columbia Valley, determining the best layout and placement for new custom homes. Many of our clients have newly acquired properties that already contain structures, like manufactured homes. These properties can often be purchased at a ‘reduced’ price in comparison to like-properties with stick-built homes, and create an opportunity to live on property while a new home is being constructed. Talk about a two-for-one! Due note, however, that this live-onsite option is not available in all jurisdictions, so be sure to talk to an Adair Home Ownership Counselor about the process.
If you’re wondering how much it costs to build a custom home, you’re not alone. It’s a common question with a complicated answer. There are seemingly thousands of line items from site costs and materials to permits and fees—it’s no wonder so many people hesitate in pursuing building a custom home! Well, hesitate no more. Adair Homes has created a pathway to understanding your total project costs in Southwest Washington. Our online tools and helpful guidance break down the numbers so you can feel confident in moving forward with a custom home built by Adair. No outrageous surprises, no oopsies, no overlooked utility costs. Today, calculating the cost of your new home is easier than ever before.
As home values continue to rise in the Southwest, it can be challenging for some buyers to find a home that will work for their needs without breaking the bank. However, you can increase your chances for success by building an affordable home using Adair’s unique homebuilding process. Live where you want, from Red Rock to Sierra Vista, and everywhere in between. We've got the perfect home for your Southern Arizona lifestyle, starting with our three featured plans.Read More
South Central Idaho is bustling. Growing. And rightfully so. This entire area—from Buhl to Hailey, Rupert to Shoshone—was dubbed Magic Valley in the early 1900’s; a reflection on the transformational power of water. What was once a dry and dusty land became sought-after farmland after the construction of two major dams, and a system of canals.Read More
Let’s face it - few childhood memories are as cherished as summers spent at the beach. The smell of salt air, the feel of sand between your toes, and the sound of a crackling fire in the outdoor fire pit as marshmallows roast on a stick. Watching the spectacular Pacific Northwest sunsets and waking up to the sounds of waves crashing on the beach.Read More
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