Closing costs: a generic term tossed around by mortgage originators, real estate agents and even your neighbor. But what are these fees all about? Read on to learn the basics of closing costs on new construction and resale homes and how they will affect your home purchase.
Looking for a little home design inspiration? Why not turn to the experts America (and Canada) knows and trusts? Prepare the popcorn, grab your remote control and check out these popular TV shows, offering an insider’s view of the home design process that will get you excited about design choices you can explore in your new home.
Purchasing home insurance makes good sense, and not just because it’s often a condition for home loan approval. It’s also a good idea for peace of mind. You definitely don’t want to find yourself wishing you’d purchased the right insurance after something unexpected happens. So, if you’re in the market for a new home, check out the following tips about how to shop for homeowners insurance that can help cover what your home may need.
When you’re ready to buy a home, one of the most important decisions to make is whether you want to buy a new home vs. resale. While buying a resale home may seem appealing, it is important to consider the possibility that you may end up paying a higher homeowners insurance premium based on the home’s history, construction and more. Read on to discover some of the potential hidden costs associated with older, foreclosed or distressed homes.
Building a house from the ground up gives you the freedom to find a home floor plan that fits your lifestyle. But with so many options to choose from, where do you start? We’ve got you covered with a comprehensive guide, so you can confidently choose a floor plan that’s right for you and your loved ones.
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.