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How to Get a Loan to Build a New Home

Congratulations! You’ve made the decision to build your dream home from the ground up. With a blank canvas as your blueprint, the sky is the limit for designing a space that’s uniquely suited to you. The next step in the homebuilding journe...

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The Coolest Commercial Buildings in Austin

Austin is unique — the kind of unique that makes Austinites feel special just for living here. There are so many elements that make Austin cool, from the bat bridge to food trailers to stand-up paddleboarding. In fact, with so many amazing as...

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Best Luxury Home Trends for 2020

The start of a new year always feels like a perfect time for change, whether for your personal routines and goals or for the look of your home. The start of a new decade, however, is a whole other ball game. It’s the perfect time to crank up ...

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How to Build a Home You Can Grow With

Building a new home is so much more than designing a beautiful space to live — after all, it’s the place where you’ll create memories for a lifetime. That means it’s important to think beyond the needs and desires of the present day and...

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Six Ways a New Construction Home Wins the Day

With all the remodel and renovation shows out there, sometimes new construction homes get left out of the conversation. But there is so much to love about a new build! To even the playing field, here are six times that new construction homes co...

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Six Trends Heating Up Austin Construction This Fall

Though the temperatures may be dropping a bit, Austin construction continues to stay hot this fall. With one of the most exciting real estate markets in the country, Austin draws plenty of attention all year round. As a result, we tend to set t...

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How to Choose a Piece of Land to Build On

Nothing quite comes close to the American dream of owning your own home — except maybe choosing the land it occupies, too. It harkens back to days on the frontier, when building a home was a critical step in securing the "free" land offered b...

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