Posts made in April, 2009


Everyone comes up with their own ideas for building a home exactly the way they want it, but sometimes it’s good to have a little help with the creative ideas. Check out Scott Adams blog on what they want to include in their new home. They have really thought up some great items that will make life easier. Things like a toy jail and a cat’s bathroom are not found on just any floor plan – you have to envision that yourself. Perhaps you will adopt some of Scott’s ideas, or at least it will get you thinking outside of the box so you can come up with your own ideas. Don’t forget to post your thoughts here so others can benefit from your creativity.

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Deadlines


Posted By on Apr 8, 2009

You may think you have several months to still qualify for the new Home Buyer’s Tax Credit, but read the fine print. The deadline is Nov 30, 2009. That means you need to have all transactions of ownership completed prior to Dec 1, 2009. You can’t build a home and finish it and close your loan in one or two months. There is barely enough time to finish a new home if you start today. Don’t miss out on a great opportunity because you didn’t understand the terms. Read this article at the NAHB website that clarifies what the deadlines actually are.

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It Means A Lot


Posted By on Apr 8, 2009

So you are trying to figure out what type of construction you want for your new home and contractors are throwing around terms that have your head spinning. The meaning of those words are important, don’t just nod your head and smile. Visit this construction dictionary at the Powerstonesolutions.com to make a little sense of the construction jargon you run into when you decide to build a home. You never know when you might need to know the difference between a cricket and a cripple.

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Cost of Building a Home

Cost of Building a Home


Posted By on Apr 8, 2009

How do you know if the cost you are quoted for your new home is a good buy or not? Home-Building-Ideas.com has a comprehensive list of things to consider. New construction is complicated and pricing is even more complicated, but with some diligence you can make informed decisions. We always encourage clients to get as much information as possible so that you are making your decisions based on accurate assumptions. Not every builder uses the same methods or materials, so it is very important to know the subtle differences and how that can affect your pricing.

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New Homes and Your Children


Posted By on Apr 8, 2009

There is nothing more important to us than our children and their safety. I found this room by room safety help that will put your mind at ease. It’s not easy to think of everything that our little ones can get their hands on. Even if your children are all grown up, how about the grandchildren? Making our homes safe for small children is an important part of planning out our new home. Click on the links below to get some good information to help you include child safety in your planning.

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