Here’s The Seven Steps to Your Custom Built Home

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If a custom built home is your thing, then you must know that it doesn’t just happen overnight. There is a way to get you there chilling with your family sooner and faster. In the business, we call this the process.

Step 1: Budget

We all hate talking about it, but money is a big factor in getting you that house. Your budget will dictate what goes on in your home. Start planning early on by talking to the parties involved in buying the home. Get that credit score healthy in case you need a loan and start consulting with a builder!

Step 2: Lot

In real estate, it is all about location, location, location. In looking for the perfect lot, there are many things to consider. Do you want to be in the corner? What problems could they present? You can talk to our professionals to ensure you don’t run into any issues.

Step 3: Plan Designs

Your home is a representation of you. We have plenty of designs that will tickle your fancy. You can add what you want- a bay window, a skylight- customized to your liking.

Step 4: Finishes

Work closely in getting those final touches of what you want to have. Your contractor, builder, and everyone involved will be getting together to make sure that all is alright and everything is right on schedule.

Step 5: Pre-Con of You Custom Built Home

This puts all of what you have worked hard for to action. Learn about the building timelines, inspections, and go over budgets. This helps ensure that all will go according to plan.

Step 6: Construction

Probably the worst and best part. Wait until your dream home gets built.

Step 7: Orientation

It’s like that scene from Property Brothers where the homeowners are toured and shown the fruition of their dreams. This. This is the best part!

The Perry Homes Southern Utah Community is ready to get you into the home of your dreams. Let us know how to get you started and into that custom built home that you and your families can make memories in for years to come.

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