If you haven’t already, go check out some of our virtual tours to tour some of our past customers’ favorite floor plans without leaving your couch. While we’re proud to offer detailed virtual tours, we also know that sometimes you just need to be in a space to really get a feel for it, which is why we have model homes on display on-site at Carolina Custom Homes. Want to go ahead and schedule a tour? No problem. Here’s what to expect.
Carolina Custom Homes’ Building Process
Maybe you’re already familiar with the home-buying process or maybe you’re considering purchasing or building your first home. From working with real estate agents and custom home builders to simply choosing a floor plan, the whole process can seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be.
Designing and building your dream home is an exciting opportunity to create the space that’s just right for you and your lifestyle. It’s fun to design your perfect floor plan, select your favorite designs to match your style, and watch your creative visions become reality.
There’s still that nagging, kinda scary question: Can I afford to build my perfect home?
Have you been thinking about building a modular home? What are they really like? You’ll find plenty of articles out there talking about the pros and cons of going modular, but there’s also a lot of misconception out there.
Our company has been building modular homes throughout the state of North Carolina for decades, and we’re here to debunk some popular myths about modular homes.
What can you expect when you build a modular home? Unlike a traditional stick-built home, your modular home is actually manufactured offsite and then assembled on your lot once it’s ready.
This process can save you time and money, so it’s a great choice for anyone looking to build a home!
If you’re building a custom home, you’re probably focused on what you and your family want most in your new home. Walk-in closets, a big back patio, and a beautiful modern kitchen are all high on wish lists, but not many people consider how their customizations will affect their ability to sell the home later.
After all, a house is a major investment, and it’s important to consider the future of your home even if you aren’t planning on moving anytime soon.