Top Places Home Owners Lose Control of Their Budget

Sometimes there’s a bit of a myth about building a custom home in the Texas Hill Country—that cost and budgets aren’t that important. And while people who build custom homes generally aren’t looking for the cheapest way to build a

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What Adds Character to Your New Texas Hill Country Custom Home?

Most individuals who plan to build a true custom home are looking for something a little different than what they’ll find in conventional neighborhood developments. They want something with comfort, style, personality and character. But what is it that adds

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Can You Spend Too Much For Your Texas Hill Country Home?

If you’re considering building a custom home in the Texas Hill Country, chances are your primary objective isn’t to see how cheaply you can get a house built. That being said, nobody wants to pay more than what’s fair to

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“Take It Outside”: Takes On a New Meaning for a San Antonio Kitchen

Most of the time when we hear someone being told to “take it outside,” it involves kids who are a little too exuberant indoors. But when a former client recently asked us to “take it outside,” they were referring to

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Working With Your Spouse While Building a Hill Country Custom Home

During the 30+ years we’ve been building custom homes in the Texas Hill Country, we’ve had the privilege of working with many, many couples to help them create the home of their dreams. And while we’re certainly not marriage counselors,

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How to Make the Most of Your Texas Homebuilding Staff’s Knowledge

One of the things my staff and I love about building custom homes in the Texas Hill Country is that no two homes are identical. After all, that’s the idea behind building a custom home. In the more than 30 years we’ve

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The Texas Homebuilding Two-Step: Balancing Cost with Value for Your Hill Country Home

The Texas two-step is a fairly simple dance. Learn to do it right and you can enjoy hours of fun for years to come. When you’re building a custom home in the Boerne area, there’s another sort of two-step dance

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Texas Hill Country: Celebrating 180 Years of the Alamo

It’s hard to imagine a more iconic representation of the Texas Hill Country than the Alamo. Last month (March) marked the 180th anniversary of the battle of the Alamo, an occasion the exhibit commemorated with 13 days of interactive, living history

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