Covid Impacts on Home Building.

Hello home buyers!


Just wanted to give you all some updates on current building projects, costs, and possible material delays as well as shortages.

We finally broke ground on the first market home we have had in quite some time! Our company is ninety percent custom homes, so as always, your home comes before a market home as far as production. We are super excited about this floor plan!!!! We worked hard with a very talented award-winning architecture firm to bring you an amazing plan with insane amounts of storage and flexibility. Couple this with timeless colors and an acre lot and...WOW! As usual our market homes often turn into a custom during construction so if you have been dreaming of vaulted ceilings, a wide open plan, 3 full baths, and a Spa inspired private master suite with laundry room directly off the closet…. give us a shout we would love to turn this home into YOUR dream home!



New starts for custom building update. Price increases have been rising for materials since Covid began and will continue to climb unfortunately. As always, we work diligently to obtain the highest quality materials at the most cost-effective price, and this will not change. We never add to the cost of materials and never will. What we pay is what you pay. Material shortages have impacted all homebuilders as well as remodelers. Because of this, we have had no choice but to add an additional two to four months for completion timelines to our standard completion timeframe to all our contracts to cover the lag times for all building materials as well as contractor shortages. This is affecting everything from nails to lighting and every item in between. We are hopeful that as the manufacturing plants are coming back fully, we can see this normalize to pre covid timeframes. Rest assured we want you moving into your home as soon as possible and will continue to work diligently to keep costs down and source materials to keep these issues to a minimum.

Happy home buying!

-B

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