Here at the Richmond American companies, we are committed not only to building quality homes for our customers, but also to promoting sustainability in our building processes. We’re furthering this commitment by introducing the ENERGY STAR® and Indoor airPLUS programs to many of our communities nationwide to help promote a safer, healthier and more energy efficient home. Read more.
Every homebuilder handles the construction process a little differently, so even if you’ve bought a new home before, you may be wondering what walk-through opportunities you’ll have with Richmond American. In this article, we’ll give you a general overview of the three main meetings you’ll have onsite after we’ve broken ground on your new home—plus some tips on how to make the most of your time at these appointments.
Wondering how to shop for a mortgage without hurting your credit? It’s a valid concern, but don’t worry. From narrowing down your lending options to paying down your credit cards, we’ve rounded up some tips to help you protect your credit score while scoring the home of your dreams! Read more.
Buying your first home is an exciting milestone—one that takes careful planning and dedication to achieve. From keeping your credit score on track to saving up for a down payment, to figuring out when it makes sense for you to stop renting and put down roots, there are a lot of factors to consider, so it’s a good idea to learn more about the buying and financing processes. We’ve rounded up four popular podcasts that touch on these topics!
Buying a home may be one of the most important decisions of your life and wondering how to start your search may feel a bit daunting. That’s why creating a house hunting checklist with everyone you plan to live with is a terrific first step in the homebuying process. Doing so will enable you to discuss, pinpoint and search for all the features that will make you fall in love with your new home. Read more.
The new year is here and you’re ready for a fresh start. What better way to reset than to clear the clutter from your home? The prospect of decluttering your entire home might seem a bit overwhelming, especially if it’s been a while since you last attempted such a feat. So, start off small by focusing on a few key areas that tend to accumulate unnecessary stuff. After you tackle these challenging spaces, organizing the remainder of your abode will likely seem less daunting. Read more.