3 Things You Can’t Overlook When Building a Custom Home in the Texas Hill Country

It’s a bit of an industry joke that when real estate agents are asked about the three most important things to consider when buying a home, they answer, “Location, location, location.” We agree that location is extremely important for any home

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News You Can Use: Updates from the National Homebuilders Convention That Could Impact Your Texas Hill Country Home

Homeowners and homebuilders have a tendency to look in two directions at once. We keep an eye on the past to observe classic trends in homebuilding that have staying power and lasting value, but we also keep our eyes on

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Flexible Building for Your Texas Hill Country Custom Home

Flexibility in homebuilding has become more important over time. I’m not talking about flexibility in terms or movable walls or expandable rooms. What I’m really referring to is the concept of versatility. Why concern yourself with something like that when you’re

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A Little Bit of Italy (Deep in the Heart of Texas)

When you’re building a custom home in the Texas Hill Country, you have the freedom to think outside the box. And even though the natural beauty in the area is awe-inspiring, the inspiration for your home—both inside and out—can really

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What’s Your Custom Home Personality?

One of the big ideas behind custom home design is that your home is uniquely yours. That means it should reflect your personality. It can be easy to spend lots of time looking at images of custom homes online at

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How to Have a Healthy Disagreement with Your Homebuilder

It probably comes as no surprise to you that homeowners and homebuilders sometimes don’t see eye-to-eye. That’s especially true when the home being built is a custom home and expectations are high. Let’s face it; the homebuilding process is complex

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