There are a lot of options to consider when building your new home, and choosing among them can get confusing. You have a budget to follow, or else you'd just get them all! Some of the features to consider are hardwood floors, targeted lighting, and add-ons like a finished basement or ensuite master bedroom. When choosing your new home options, it's a good idea to keep in mind how your family will use the living space, along with the value these features will add to your home. Take a look at some of the extra touches to consider.
Sump pumps are a critical component in managing water flow away from your home. With Spring thaw it is important you know how they work and can ensure that they are working properly.
When winter's here, it is all too easy to stay snuggled under a blanket with a hot cup of cocoa and way too many episodes of the latest Netflix show. Once the weather warms, however, it typically time to start the deep clean of your home. Spring is typically the time for rejuvenation so why not carry that over to your whole home! The fresh air and greenery make us want to carry that over to indoor spaces as well. If you are unsure of where to start here are a few tips to get you started.
With limited options for resale homes and existing homes, many buyers are looking to build their ideal homes. Here is what to expect when looking at a new construction purchase contract.
Wind wash is caused by airflow coming through the soffits or roof vents into your attic space. Wind gusts can push loose-fill insulation out of place, causing bare spots and uneven insulation. We've got tips on how to fix this.
With meetings these days being conducted both virtually and in-person it has never been easier to coordinate a pre-approval with your mortgage specialist. We've written a quick list of documents you'll need when seeking out a pre-approval.
Need more space? We've got some great tips on what to look for when moving up to a new home.
Here’s what determines the interest rate on your mortgage—and why that rate can go up and down.
As we move into a new season and the weather begins to warm up homeowners should be doing their annual spring maintenance for their home. It is good practice as a homeowner to keep a regular schedule with checking and maintaining the extremely important components of your new home.
There’s no doubt that buying a new home is a complicated process. Luckily, the builder you choose has to do most of the hard work. They need to make sure their work meets building codes, order supplies to arrive at just the right moment and make sure the entire process goes smoothly. Still, there are some things you’ll be responsible for when you purchase a home. Learn more about what you’ll need to do.