If you’re buying a new custom home this year (or remodeling your current home), choosing flooring is on your long list of important to-dos. Focus your search by attending to these current trends as they have the potential to be beautiful, functional, and stylish for many years.
Choosing to purchase a new home comes with a lot of great benefits. You have greater freedom to tailor the home to your personal needs and tastes, and when you get the keys, you can simply settle in and relax rather than diving right into the first project on your to-do list.
Finding and purchasing a home that is a good fit for you and your family takes time and diligent searching. Follow these five tips to keep the process as stress-free as possible and set yourself up to come away with a new home that you’ll love for years to come.
Customizing your future home can take your base floorplan from typical to atypical with just a handful of choices. Through Hubbell’s new home path, we make the choices easy and the process even easier.
This is the first time an Iowa-based homebuilder has received this national renowned recognition, so this week, we sat down with our team to discuss what they learned during the application process, site visit and the final review from the Pro Builder team:
The hot housing market and booming construction in communities across Central Iowa is just the surface-level of the homebuilding industry. Underneath, all sized homebuilders – especially locally-based companies – agree labor force and material availability concerns are mounting.
While some homebuyers may be hesitant to build a home in a brand new neighborhood, there are plenty of reasons to get in on the newest residential developments going up around the Des Moines metro. The area is currently experiencing unprecedented growth, and the boom in development offers homebuyers exciting new opportunities.
If you’re planning to buy a home this year, you have a lot to think about. While searching for a home that fits your family, your lifestyle, your tastes, and your budget, you also need to consider the neighborhood in which that home will reside.
As the Iowa summer comes to a close and fall descends upon the Des Moines metro, it is time to prepare your home for the winter. It is not as simple as bringing in the planters and lawn furniture; these steps are important to maintaining a healthy home.