Our desire is for you to have “your eyes wide open” in building your Reality home, that is being full knowledge and awareness of what you are getting into! Yes, it is a lot of work, hence the term ‘sweat equity’! But the rewards are far beyond instant equity. The satisfaction of being part of building your own dream can be priceless!
Step 1 - See our blog
Building a Reality Home starts with assessing your finances, gathering information about property etc. and getting an approved budget.
Step 2 – Start to DREAM
Now what? Ask questions that can help you to identify your needs and blend those with your desires and your budget. Of course, you have an idea about bedrooms, bathrooms, etc. However, ask yourself...
- What about my current home do I love and how can I bring that into my new house?
- What aligns with my family dynamics?
- What in my current home is a constant cause of frustration that I want to change in my new home?
- Is it the design of the kitchen, location of the bathrooms, the entryway?
Step 3 - Setting that appointment!
Contact us to set an appointment to meet with one of our home consultants! They can help you create a path forward... What will help? As mentioned in our previous blog get pre-qualification with a lender so you can have a budget and move forward at the appointment with the right home getting both the needs and desires you have created!
Step 4 – Begin to plan
Looking at our website ahead of time to have an idea of floor plans as well as finishes, but also possibly be open to other ideas of plans our consultant may recommend. Remember we can customize, so visit our customize page and print your ideas and bring these to your meeting! Have you seen a floor plan you love on another website? While we cannot build other companies plan, our home consultant can help you choose one from ours and then modify our plan!
Building your Reality home should be fun and adventurous! With any endeavor it is hard work... hopefully these tips will help your dreams become a Reality home!
Next we will focus on is what options to consider in your home.