Building A Home

building your first home
Building your own home can be super exciting, but it often comes with many complications. If you make mistakes or something you didn’t bargain for occurs, you might need to return to the drawing board. Some of these unforeseen issues can pop up even after you’re already living in your home.
Whether you’re buying your first home or trying to find your forever home, there are a lot of questions to ask — starting with whether a new or existing home is right for you. Our Five W’s can help you determine if a new construction home will best fit your needs:
Before deciding to build a home on your own land, take our advice on how to choose a homebuilder to help ensure you don’t overlook anything critical.
The home building process can be a confusing one. Here are some helpful tips to ease your mind and make that whole process a little bit easier for you, the buyer.
insurance during homebuilding
Insurance is essential for home construction projects. It’s the backbone for protecting one of your biggest investments – your new home. It’s important to go into the construction process with a good understanding of what’s covered and what’s not.
It’s important to understand the value you’re getting from every cost associated with the construction of your new home. You might expect to pay out-of-pocket costs going into the home building process. But, with Reinbrecht, all expenses are included in the purchase price of your home. Here, we’re exploring the service costs and hidden costs…
Building a new home can bring a lot of stresses that buying from the pre-existing market won’t. Willingness to be flexible will help the entire home building process be as stress-free as possible. Flexibility gives your contractor room to shift deadlines around as the project progresses.
punch list
Toward the end of the construction process, your contractor will walk through your new home and note any final touches that still need to be completed. These things might include: Plumbing/electrical defects (like a light switch not working) Issues with thermostats, ductwork, or appliances. Missing hardware on cabinetry & showers/sinks.
property taxes
Before diving into home building, you’ll want to make sure you’re prepared for the process and everything that comes after. Here, we’re breaking down everything you need to know about new home taxes: Paying Property Taxes on Your New Home Sometimes new homeowners fail to recognize the financial impact that property taxes will have on…
Designing your new home means designing for comfort that will accommodate your family for years to come. At Reinbrecht Homes, our associates guide you every step of the way with expert advice and personalized suggestions for your forever home.

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