House hunting? From assessing floor plan needs to touring model homes, we have the expertise to guide you through your journey to homeownership.
Demystify the kitchen cabinet selection process. When you buy a new home, there are many design selections to make. One of the most popular is the kitchen cabinetry. You might know if you want painted or stained doors, but that’s hardly all there is to consider. Door style can range from traditional to modern. Hardware can transform the look of any cabinet. And the function matters! Don’t forget to think about features such as soft-close hinges and drawer organizers.
The holiday season is a great time to get together with loved ones and reflect on what you’re most thankful for. For us, it’s you! Helping our customers find the home of their dreams is a responsibility we take very seriously and everyone who trusted us to do that in 2021 has our sincerest thanks.
Trying to decide whether to buy a new home or a resale? In addition to obvious benefits, such as being able to choose your floor plan and homesite and personalize your living space with fixtures and finishes, purchasing a new home can also be a sound financial move. Following are four reasons why it might […]
Perhaps the most exciting part of building a new home from the ground up is the freedom you have to personalize it (or at least that’s what many of our customers tell us!). But how do you get from bare drywall to dream home? This is a common question, especially among first-time homebuyers and those who are new to new construction. Read more.
When in-person showings weren’t possible last year, Facebook Live proved to be a valuable resource in exploring all the design options that Richmond American homes have to offer. Some of these videos are now streaming on YouTube to help give you a taste of how to make your next new home uniquely yours.
Finding a real estate agent you love is a tricky task when you have thousands of candidates at your fingertips. Should you work with a friend or referral, or go for an agent with the highest online ranking? What are the potential red flags? We put together a handy overview to help you navigate these questions and more, so you can make the right decision that gets you that much closer to your dream home.
Stair railings may not always be top of mind when personalizing new home finishes, but perhaps they should be. In addition to enhancing safety, they can change the entire look and feel of a home. If you want a staircase that will make them stare, there are three types of railings to consider. Learn more.
An advantage of buying a brand-new home is the freedom to personalize the space. And that means floors are fair game. From carpet to tile to hardwood, the possibilities can seem endless. Your new home is a reflection of your unique personality and style, so be sure to select surfaces that you’ll enjoy looking at—and walking on—for many years to come. Learn about the latest flooring trends and tips to help you find flooring you’ll love.
The tight resale housing market has many prospective homebuyers considering purchasing a new home in the new year. But limited inventory and avoiding bidding wars are just a few of the advantages of buying a brand-new home. Read on for help answering the age-old question: New home or resale?
The new year will be here before you know it. And if finding a new home—or renovating your current abode—is among your resolutions, you’re going to want to learn about today’s hottest kitchen and bath design trends. So, we asked the pros at our Home Gallery™ which styles are currently causing a buzz, and now we’re sharing their expert insights with you. Read more.
When searching for a brand-new home, did you know that there are different types of neighborhoods to consider? Large master planned communities have an overarching developer and tend to have more amenities. Smaller enclaves may also have amenities, plus an environment you may enjoy. We’re breaking down the differences in this article to give you a great starting point on your next neighborhood search.
As more and more neighborhoods are built as planned communities with shared amenities, more and more homeowners are finding themselves part of a homeowner association (HOA). Membership in an HOA requires that you pay a fee, known as an HOA fee, usually monthly or yearly. These fees often go to common area maintenance and use of facilities, such as a community pool and/or fitness center. Learn more.