If you own a home, you’re looking to buy one, or you want to have one built, understanding the square footage of your home is vital. While it does require a bit of number crunching, determining the square feet of a house gives you an idea of a home’s size and whether or not it’s the right fit for you and your family.
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:
We’re excited to share that Reinbrecht Homes has won the Category 1 (up to $279,500) award for Most Energy Efficient Home in the Southwestern Indiana Builders Association’s 2021 Parade of Homes. Our 2,481-square-foot, four-bedroom home on Frost Drive in Poet Square took home the award, and we couldn’t be more proud.
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.
It would be an understatement to say that the housing market is booming in 2021. This was already true prior to COVID, but the brief economic downturn in 2020 did not, as some people expected, lead to a slowdown in real estate.
In reality, the opposite situation has emerged: people are more eager than ever to invest in their dream homes. While average time to a sale varies based on location, sellers in many regions are now able to complete the process in just a few months or even a matter of weeks. Clearly, buyers aren’t willing to wait.
When it comes to paint, choosing the right finish is a major decision. You’ll need to choose between gloss, semi-gloss, satin, eggshell and flat paint. If you’re baffled by all these choices, this blog post will help. We’ll walk you through the various paint types, glosses, and sheens so you can make the right choice for your project.
Before you start shopping for plots of land and going through designs, there’s one thing you should understand: construction loans. We’ll provide you with what you need to know about construction loans and how they work so that you can build the house you’ve always wanted.
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.
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.
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.