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Customizing Your Home to Age in Place

The Population Reference Bureau estimates that the number of Americans age 65 and older will nearly double from 52 million in 2018 to 95 million by 2060. As our population ages, many are looking for ways to age in place; that is, to live safely and independently in their own homes.
August 31, 2021
Custom Homes

Building for the Multigenerational Family

For the past several decades, there has been an increased movement toward building homes for multigenerational living (defined as two or more generations living under one roof). Beginning with the Great Recession of the late 2000s, multigenerational living began to increase as adult children moved back into the family home to save money while searching for a job. In this article, we will discuss several options that suit the needs of multigenerational living.
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Why Choose a Custom Home Builder

Are you on the fence about buying an existing home or having a home custom built? There are a few advantages to purchasing an already-built home, including the fact that the home is move-in ready. However, pre-existing homes have shortcomings, such as they are not customized to fit the particular needs and/or tastes of the buyer. Consider the following key benefits of choosing to build a home that is perfect for you.
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Building Your Dream Home on Your Land

A home built on your lot offers you many benefits, including the ability to control the home building process from purchasing the land to owning your dream home. With no restrictions on the setting of your home, you will have the freedom to be able to choose everything from the floorplan to fixtures. Here are some other things to consider.
April 19, 2021
Outdoor Living

Transitioning from Indoor to Outdoor Living Spaces

Over the past year, we have been spending a lot more time enjoying the great outdoors from home. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the average American spends 87 percent of their life indoors. However, a new trend is emerging. From front porches to backyard outdoor living rooms, homeowners are seeking space and solitude outdoors.