EDUCATION 2018-06-10T12:23:38+00:00
5 STEP TO BUYING LAND COVER ELEMENTS DESIGN BUILD

If you’ve dreamed about creating a homestead on your own land, building your forever home, and creating the lifestyle you and your family want and deserve. The next think you’ve probably wondered is how to make it happen.

Finding and buying land can seem like a stressful and painful process. There’s no instruction manual on how to do it or even a clear place to start. This guide is intended to be that instruction manual—or at least a road map—to help guide you through the process.

FROM BARE LAND TO DREAM HOME COVER

When you’re getting ready to build your forever home on your land, there are there primary routes you can take: choose a lender first, choose a designer first, or choose a builder first.

You’ll learn the benefits of choosing each of these first, but we’re also going to show you why we believe that choosing your builder first is the best route to take.

3 STEPS TO THE PERFECT FLOOR PLAN COVER ELEMENTS DESIGN BUILD

Does it bother you that your home no longer meets your family’s needs? Do you dream of something better? Have you shopped for a house, and you just get frustrated?

If any of this sounds familiar, this guide will help you navigate the critical process of designing your custom house plan from scratch. You really can get the house of your dreams, provided you’re willing to put in the work up front and really think through your wants and needs.

Using Custom Home Builders On Your Land To Create Your Dream Home: Step – By – Step Guide

Using Custom Home Builders On Your Land To Create Your Dream Home: Step – By – Step Guide

Building a custom home on your land is a very different process than either buying an existing house or having a new house built in a neighborhood.

First, if a custom home builders are building on your land, you must be on top of things from the beginning. Second, since you own the land, you—not the builder—provide the financing. Those two differences mean that building on your land is a much more emotional process than simply buying a home or having a new house built in a neighborhood. Whether it’s a good or bad emotional process depends on how accurate your expectations are and how those expectations are met.