Building A Custom Home… On Your Lot
Our expert Custom Home builders have been “Building on your lot” for many years. It doesn’t matter if you already own your lot or you’re still in the process of finding the perfect piece of land. Some of our customers already own their lot, but many others actually ask us to help them locate or choose a lot to build on. Additionally, some clients also have their own home plans or architect that they’re working with; while others seek our assistance finding a reputable architect.
Our team can refer you to a handful of some of the top architects that we work with in your area and build a beautiful custom home designed specifically for your lot, or we will provide you with an estimate to build from your set of plans. We work very hard to make it as easy for you as possible.
One of the most important first steps is to build a relationship between the home builder and the home dreamer. Our expert custom home builders start by listening to your ideas and find out what is important to you.
Items To Discover & Deliver In Our Initial Meeting:
- Give us your time frame to build
- Provide a proposed budget
- Help you identify the features that are most important to you in your new home
- Answer your questions and offer you solutions that fit within your budget
- Listen to your ideas and concerns, regarding style, design, budget and timelines
- Help you make realistic and comfortable decisions
Our professional custom home builders use this initial stage to lay the groundwork for the project. We like to do this upfront to make the entire design and building process more enjoyable for you.
Home Site Evaluation
It’s always a good idea to include your custom home builder when you’re looking for a lot to build on. We like to be involved because lot selection and evaluation is a very important part of the building process. The final cost of your home can be greatly affected by the topography of the land and placement of your home. Moving it even a foot in one direction or another can make a big difference.
Other Things To Be Considered Prior To Building Are:
- Building Lines
- Restrictive Covenants and other ordinances