Homebuying

Build a home on a budget 4 tips
Budget is a huge factor when you’re trying to decide if you should buy an existing home or build a new home that meets all your needs. The good news is—building your dream home doesn’t have to break the bank. With careful planning and a clear understanding of your financial situation, you can choose to build without putting too much strain on your pocketbook.
light vs. dark flooring comparison side by side
This quick guide will help you make an informed decision by reviewing the cost, resale value, and aesthetics of these very different flooring color options.
home warranties
Home ownership comes with a lot of built-in benefits. Not only does owning a home create stability, it also yields financial rewards, especially come tax season. At the same time, however, buying a home can be enormously stressful. That’s because when you own your own home, you are responsible for keep everything in your home functioning, from the roof to the floor boards. The cost of repairing, or replacing, all of your home’s components and fixtures can be astronomical. If you’re not careful, your budget can take a hard hit.
If you’re browsing for a new home but are confused as to how to make the home transition work, a trade-up program might be exactly what you’re looking for. Trading up is a great way to ease the transition when you and your family are between homes.
Just because you were pre-approved for a certain amount doesn’t mean you should spend it all.
We suggest discovering which school system suits your lifestyle and family needs best before committing to a contract. Listed below are the school systems, preschools, daycares, and other learning institutions located in the neighborhoods where we build.
Many home builders would offer a general, non-specific pricing structure to their potential customers. Reinbrecht avoids the “guessing” game and delivers you a straight cost offer, removing the headaches and extra time you would spend on researching pricing structures.
Your mind is made up. You’re going to buy an existing home over building new. Soon, your nights and weekends will be filled with visiting open houses and scheduling home tours. The available housing options may become slightly overwhelming. Before getting caught up in color palettes, the beauty of master suites and the shimmer of…
Buying your first (or forever) home is an exciting moment to check off your version of the American Dream check-list. It’s a long-lasting investment for you (and your family), in a place where you spend the majority of your time – and invest your money.