I get the question all the time: How much does it cost to build a house on my land? I've written several articles on the topic of cost to build a house, but they're related to the money cost. There are 2 other big factors that you have to consider when building:
When looking at house plans online or talking to a house designer or builder, there are a few key things to look for to find the best house plan for you and your family. These principles apply to every house plan, no matter the size or price range.
In our last article, we talked about the first two of three main elements involved in the cost to build a house on your land:
The real estate profession is just like any other: there are good Realtors and not so good ones. There are also Realtors who are great at what they do, but might not be a good fit for you for several reasons. Here are a few insider tips on how to find the right Realtor for you.
Weird to hear a builder advocate hiring a real estate agent, right? But, if you need to sell your existing house so you can start building your dream home, hiring a professional is the best, fastest, and least stressful way to go.
Everybody lives somewhere. If you own a house and need to sell it before you can build your new, dream, forever home on your land, don't let selling that house stop you from moving forward. Here are some tips and tricks I've seen that work for getting your old house sold so you can move on to making your dream happen.
Over the last 53 years building homes in central Oklahoma, we've done business with dozens of banks. Some have been excellent to deal with, from both the builder and customer perspectives, some have been OK, and some have been downright difficult if not incompetent. Since getting a construction loan to build a new house is a key element of building a home on your land, whether it's in Oklahoma or somewhere else, I thought it would be helpful to share what I've learned.