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Signs That You Are Ready to Build a Custom Home

Westmoreland County custom homesHave you been looking online or working with a real estate agent to find a new home? It might be a first-time home, maybe your family has grown and you need more space, or you are relocating to be closer to grandparents, children, or a new job.

Whatever the reason, here are a few signs that you are ready to design and build a brand new custom home.

You Can’t Find “The” House

It pays to be picky. If you have looked at countless homes online and haven’t really found one that has all of the things you are looking for, why settle? Working and saving to pay for a home takes time and effort, and it should pay off with a house that works for your needs and lets you enjoy daily living. Designing a custom home with us means you will get the neighborhood, house layout and exact feature you have been looking for.

Your Financial House is in Order

Once you have decided to buy a new home, it makes sense that you have probably put down on paper how much home you can afford. You might not be aware that the budget you have established will allow you to build new. In many cases, the costs of building a new home and buying an existing home are comparable, especially if you buy an older, existing home that needs a lot of extra work. Being able to choose the finishes, design elements, and location of your new home will really give you control over your investment.

You Have Your Dream Home on Paper

Have you created a Pinterest board for a new home that’s overloaded with ideas? A binder that’s overflowing with photos, swatches and sketches of your dream home? Why not create a unique home with all of the design features you would love to have, and build it right the first time? Being able to move in and start living in the home you want will save you plenty of time, money, and headaches down the road.

If you fit any of the above descriptions, you need to explore the idea of building a custom home. We can help you find the perfect lot in Westmoreland County, explain the process, and work with you to design the perfect home. Contact us to learn more and get started!