Everyone who has endeavored to put together a custom home has questions. If you have questions that are not listed here, contact us and we will get back with you as soon as we can. Here are a few common questions we receive from home buyers looking to build their own home:
Choosing a place to call “home” is no small decision. Make time to educate yourself on the different areas you are considering. Research the school districts, park districts, demographics, public transportation options, restaurants, entertainment, and time/distance to/from work.
Which lot to select depends largely upon what is most important to you. Is access to public transportation important? Living in a downtown area? Having a large backyard? Having close neighbors…or not-so-close neighbors?
Once you have your eye on a good locale, be sure to consider things like trees and vegetation. Such enhancements can take a long time to mature, but can significantly enhance the value of a lot for their environmental, economical, and aesthetic benefits. Also consider the dimensions of the lot, the slope of the land, and the appeal of adjacent lots. These could all influence the design and/or placement of your home and yard. Finally, drive around and get a feel for the neighborhood because if everything else looks good, you just might be calling it home!
With a lot of lender options in the marketplace, it can oftentimes be overwhelming to have to research where to go to obtain the money you need to build a house. Chad Rybard has established relationships with a number of banks to help you attain the funds needed.