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.
When you’re ready to buy a new home, your first instinct is likely to look through local real estate listings online to see which homes in your area are for sale. A custom build may not enter your mind, because it seems expensive and overwhelming. But in many cases, building a home from the ground up is comparable in price to buying one.
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.
When building a custom home, it’s important to factor in the typical out-of-pocket costs you’ll be paying while your home is being built, as these expenses can add up, and are often times surprising or unexpected for many people.
Buildertrend gives you access to your homebuilding or remodeling project in real-time, with the ability to share selections, sign change orders electronically, and monitor progress with photos and a shared calendar.