You want to build your dream home, fully customized, but you’re not sure you can afford an architect to draw up plans. However, there are other options when it comes to planning your custom home, and we look at two of them here.
In addition to building a custom home that perfectly fits your lifestyle, you can also make it eco-friendly. Here’s what you can do to help make it happen.
What makes building a custom home a great choice for single ladies? Well the simplest answer is this: You can have everything you want, exactly how you want it.
A custom home is perfect for families who want to build their forever home, fit to their exact specifications. Custom homes, however, are more time consuming and costly to build, so are they worth building over a production home? NewHomeSource gives you the reasons why a custom home may be right for you.
Building a custom home is an involved process. There are 6 steps to get your custom home project started, then there are 5 design, & building phases.
When it comes time to find a new nest, 55+ home buyers are increasingly choosing to build custom. NewHomeSource is exploring why this is – and why a custom home may be perfect for you if you are entering your golden years.
Have you always wanted to build your dream home, but are afraid of the costs associated with it? We break down the costs of building your custom home.
Is a custom home better than a production home? It depends on your wants & needs. Let’s review what to consider and walk through the decision process.
Choosing a builder is the first step in building a new home. We share seven tips to help you choose the right home builder so the process is as stress-free as possible.
Pet-centric amenities have become increasingly important for luxury condos in urban enviroments, from dog spas to pup parks.
Make your new home feel like your favorite luxury hotel by creating a spa bath, a bedroom retreat and adding beautiful finishing touches.
Arranging furniture in a new home can be balancing act. You don’t want it cluttered, barren, or worse…ugly. We asked design experts what you should avoid when styling your beautiful new home.