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Have you ever walked into a home with a sunken living room or shag carpet and felt like you were transported in time (and not in a good way)? Sometimes the trendiest design choices can turn into a homeowner’s nightmare, especially when trying to resell a home decades down the road. 

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For some homeowners, the decorating stage can be a bit nerve-wracking. Where to start? How do you narrow down your choices to the décor that will showcase your new home best and work for your family? 

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Sometimes the perfect location for your new home does not have ideal building conditions. Whatever your reasons for purchasing the land you selected, there are plenty of ways to build on all types of lots, including narrow ones.

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Residential lots can come with plenty of challenges and quirks, such as steep slopes, rocky terrain, way too many trees, or just the size of the lot itself. Many of our customers are looking to build on a small lot, and they wonder if they can make a custom home work in a relatively tight space. The good news is that you can design a custom home for nearly any size lot! 

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Building a new home gives you the opportunity to select the features and finishes that will surround you, potentially for a lifetime. Making smart decisions throughout the design and build process will ensure that your home is comfortable, durable, appropriate for your lifestyle, and a good investment. Let’s explore some of the best features of a new home. 

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Every year, across the country, homeowners realize they need to either expand their current home or build a new one to get that precious extra space. The question is: Which option is right for you?



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Renovating an existing home must be a simpler process than building a new one, right? Not necessarily. In fact, there are several reasons why building a new custom home can actually be a smarter decision than renovating. 

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What does it take to build an energy-efficient custom home? Probably less than you think.





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Where do you envision your ideal home? No matter where you picture your perfect home, choosing a custom builder can help you ensure that you end up on your dream land. But you may be asking yourself a common question: Do I need to own the land before I find a custom home builder?


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Here are three major factors to consider when setting the budget for your custom home:
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