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Building A Home is a Lot like Planning a Wedding
When you consider all the detail and planning which goes into a wedding ceremony it seems like a natural extension for choosing the features and finishes to a home where your love will grow for years to come.
“First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes the baby in the baby carriage.” If the classic rhyme were to continue it might say something like, “then comes the mortgage and the monthly car payments.” Life does not stop after a celebrated walk down the aisle. In fact, some may argue the most exciting adventures begin after you make a public commitment, signed a declaration of marriage, and utter vows to a cherished loved one. Once the bouquet has been tossed, the garter retrieved, and the decorative, towering cake is sliced for your beloved friends and family, plans for a future as a couple truly begin. Questions about growing a family move to the forefront of your thoughts. Will you have kids and if so, how many? Can your budget, your car, your career, and your home support your expanding family unit and if not, how can you improvise and adjust to suit the needs of each person? How do you merge the needs and desires of each individual to set the best possible framework for a future as a couple?
Moving into a new home is a practical and logical step after marriage. A house is a necessary but very personal choice. Sitting down as a couple to figure out some of your “must-haves” is an important step to help you eliminate evaluating irrelevant inventory options. Do you build a custom home or find a preexisting structure with charm and character? Do you want to live in a zero-lot-line neighborhood, so you never have to fuss over lawn maintenance, or do you desire an expansive yard with lush and mature vegetation so you can grow your own sprawling garden? Regardless of whether or not children are in the picture, there are a lot of considerations to be thought through when you commit to the purchase process. The home’s location, size, curb appeal, school system, the walkability of the area, access to conveniences like restaurants, movie theaters, parks, libraries, hospitals, and entertainment, all carry different weight depending on your values and outlook for the future.
Preparing for Your New Home
A home is a place where family and friends can gather and enjoy each other’s company. Create a place for years worth of memories by building the custom home of your dreams.
Preparing for home buying can often be stressful and time-consuming. It’s all about the details and planning for the unexpected, all while trying to stay on a budget. The ultimate goal is to find a house to fit both personalities and style preferences. The melding of two distinctly separate tastes can be challenging, especially when you are trying to find all your “must-haves” in a preexisting home. If she wants a large walk-in closet in the master bedroom and a chef-style kitchen and he wants a three-car garage with a walkout basement for an office and workout area, how do you come to a compromise if a house does not fit your exact criteria? If you really want to get what you are looking for in a floor plan, then the best option is to build. Building a home from the ground up gives you the ability to manipulate and customize finishes to make sure the house you are about to buy is the one of your dreams.
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Selecting a lot for your home is one of the first steps in the home-buying process. Be creative when you start looking for the perfect place to lay the foundation for your new house. Trees and overgrown vegetation can quickly be cleared to create a space so construction can begin. Trust the professionals of JT Magbe Contracting, LLC., to help you get your parcel of land primed.
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If you have set your sights on building a new home where your love and family can grow and flourish, JT Magbe can assist you with the process of maximizing a plot of land to reach its unrealized but true potential. Their experience, hard-won expertise, and continual commitment to perfecting their craft while maintaining the highest level of customer satisfaction have earned them a reputation for excellence. It is that very reputation you will want to lean on when you start the process of identifying details and making decisions that will ultimately help turn a piece of land into a place where your family’s future home will stan. Contact them today here.
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