Some families prefer a traditional home with plenty of nooks and crannies to hide away in, but then there are families who love wide open floor plans that are perfect for entertaining a big family, friends, neighbors, and whomever else they can make room for! If you fall into the latter category and your dream home has plenty of spaces for gathering, celebrating, and spending time together, you’ll love these featured floor plans.
New year, new home? Here are three New Year’s resolutions to help you reach your financial goals and buy your own home with confidence.
Saving for a downpayment on a home. That sentence causes a lot of stress for a lot of people and makes many hopeful homeowners believe they won’t ever own a home. Today we want to dispel some of those fears and bring you a little bit of hope, peeling back the complexity of buying a home.
Does your dream house design include a large family and plenty of room for big, festive holiday celebrations? If your family goes all out with a huge Christmas tree, lays out cookies for Santa every year, and loves throwing the best holiday party in the neighborhood, you need a home that can accommodate your family, has plenty of room to store your festive decorations when they aren’t on display, and of course, makes gathering together and celebrating with one another as easy as it is fun! Here are a few homes you might love:
Retiring, aging, and the best floor plans for planning ahead.
For many of us, growing older leads to decluttering, getting rid of material items, and downsizing your home. Whether you’re searching for a home to retire in or are just planning ahead, consider floor plans that’ll simplify your life, suit your needs long term, and allow you to age comfortably.
The following homes all offer three bedroom, two bathroom options in various sizes with unique features in each home. Even if you don’t think you need three bedrooms now, consider how the extra bedrooms can be used as flexible spaces to suit your needs as you age:
- - Home office or study
- - Guest rooms for family or in-home caretakers
- - Fitness room
- - Additional storage
Bonus: All of these floor plans are one-story homes, making them even better for empty nesters, aging homeowners, and those requiring in-home medical care.
When it comes to choosing a new home, there are some major advantages to hiring custom home builders instead of buying a house. Here’s why.
“I want to build a house. But where do I start?” It’s a question we hear all the time, and it makes sense. Whether it’s your first home or your next new home, there’s plenty to consider before you build, from your budget to choosing a location, purchasing land, and more. Don’t worry. We’ve selected some of our best resources to help guide you through the process, step by step!
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?