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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Custom Home Living One Year Later: What to Expect

Planning and building a new custom home in the Texas Hill Country is pretty exciting. It’s fun (and challenging!) to go through the process of thinking about what you want, finding the right piece of property, working with your architect

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How to Talk to Your Custom Builder About Costs

Many of us grew up learning that there were certain things you just didn’t talk about, including religion, politics, and money. When you’re talking with your builder about a custom home, however, money needs to be part of the discussion. That

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Building Character Into Your New Custom Home

One of the beautiful things about building a custom home is that your home isn’t exactly like anyone else’s home. Custom homes tend to take on a character of their own. But what is it that gives a home character—and

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3 Overlooked Areas in Your Custom Home That Can Have a Huge Impact

When you picture a high-end custom home in your mind, it’s easy to envision a dramatic entryway that exudes beauty and elegance, or a kitchen that’s a stunning combination of style and practicality. Quality design and craftsmanship are hard to

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Is There a “Texas Hill Country Style?”

One thing that many homeowners pay attention to when building a custom home is making sure that the new home they build looks like it belongswhere it’s built. It’s easy to see a regional influence in some areas of the country.

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Exploring Texas Hill Country: More Than Just Great Homes

When it comes to choosing the perfect location for your new home, there’s more to the story than simply the lot your home sits on—or even the general neighborhood. Regardless of how beautiful and comfortable your home is, you won’t

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