The Tapestry building a new homeMany people are interested in learning more about new home builds but who are not sure where to start. This guide on building a new home outlines some of the key things to consider. Read on for some helpful hints to get you started.

The first consideration should always be safety, and this applies in every step of the process. From doing initial investigations to buying land and choosing a builder making sure that all companies, providers, and services are fully licensed, and bonded is essential. Furthermore, you must do the appropriate investigations to ensure that work and purchases are undertaken legally and safely.

To help you in this regard thankfully there are many resources around. Make sure that information you gather is accurate and current, an important part of doing thorough research.

There are lots of ways to go about this project and to follow are just a few examples. You must make sure that the purchased land is appropriately zoned for your project. Some people purchase property which has the permission attached to it for a new build while others buy the land and then apply for the required zoning.

Whatever route you chose it is important to be aware of potential pitfalls. For example, if the zoning permission is not granted you may be stuck with a piece of land with no plan for it or the cost of adding water lines to a property may be significantly more expensive than expected. So do your homework before making any purchases.

You should also account for property tax in addition to the cost of construction. Being proactive by getting quotes up front is essential to being a smart consumer.

Check out The Tapestry, an age-targeted community in Garner, NC.


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