We hear from homebuilders and homebuyers alike that both processes can seem daunting and overwhelming when you’re just getting started. Take the mystery and anxiety out of buying a home process by getting a quick overview of the home buying process.
You’re buying your first home and you’re trying to decide the big question: to build, or to buy? Most first time homebuyers consider building to be too expensive, a dream too big to attain. Today we want to consider some pros of buying an existing home or building a new one.
Buying your first home is chock full of questions:
Not thinking about your long-term plans
Many first time home buyers are quick to buy a home when they realize they qualify for programs that allow them to put down a smaller down payment and get a house sooner than they originally planned, but have you really thought about the long-term implications of buying a home? Here are a few questions to consider:
How does my credit rating relate to buying a home?
When you apply for a mortgage loan, mortgage lenders look at several different factors, such as:
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!
Choosing a floor plan is an exciting task, but with so many options it can also become overwhelming. There’s plenty to think about when choosing the right floor plan for your family, including the size, layout, and features of the house.
In this post we’re featuring three of our most popular floor plans. All are single-story ranch homes with plenty of space for a growing family.
Keep in mind: each floor plan you find here can be fully customized to fit your style!
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.