In most cases, you are choosing property based on location, price, neighborhoods, schools or whatever reason might apply that it just feels “right.” You’re about to enter a process that is not only personal but time-consuming and trusting. It’s always recommended that you have a designer/architect working closely with you and your builder to see that your needs are met as well as the needs of the property involved. For some people, it’s important that the home they’re building isn’t built again right across the street or down the road. Most custom clients are wanting something unique and yet oriented to meet the needs of their family situation as well as their budget and future resale.
Designing the Right Plan for the Right Situation
The unknown cost of purchasing an existing plan versus having a home custom designed to meet the needs of your property could become a very costly mistake. If the plan does not meet the needs of your property and you are spending unnecessary costs compensating for concrete and other materials, you could quickly be spending more money than if you had originally paid to have your home designed to address possibly costly issues.
Increase Value by Designing with Resale Benefits In Mind
As property becomes more difficult to find, the lots become more difficult to meet the needs of. It’s our goal to not only have you living in a home that is designed specifically around your needs and desires but also it is very important that you consider your investment on the resale end. Keeping up with the new design trends while having your home appear timeless is an art. Good design sells and will rise above other homes for sale, therefore increasing the value of your home as the market rises.