It’s easy to see the connection between where you choose to settle down and how that fits in with your particular lifestyle. Your career, passions, hobbies, and pursuits can collectively make one city or town in Texas more desirable than another.Read more
Building a new home doesn’t begin with breaking ground at a job site. There is a process that precedes the actual construction phase that is equally important to the successful outcome of the project.
All the work you do ahead of time is essential to building a house in Texas that you can envision yourself living in and [...]Read more
Dallas is one of several cities in Texas that is booming in terms of popularity and population. As such, it offers a diverse collection of restaurants, attractions, shopping establishments, arts and culture venues, and outdoor recreation opportunities.Read more
Winter is often a busy time of year, packed with a number of holidays and events in addition to ongoing work, school, and activities. Before it gets too late in the year, take a few hours to winterize your Texas home to defend it against the lower temperatures and harsh weather ushered in during the season.Read more
With all the holidays packed into the winter months, it’s the perfect season for taking your loved ones for a mini vacation over a long weekend.
Fortunately, Texas is replete with towns that are well worth a visit during the winter season. You don’t have to venture far from your Frisco community to enjoy the attractions and [...]Read more
When it comes to choosing a place to live, professional aspirations and career opportunities are serious considerations that factor heavily into that decision for many people. While work is only one aspect of life, job security and professional success contribute to your overall quality of life and sense of self, making it a [...]Read more
As you vet potential home builders, take any opportunity to ask a variety of questions to gauge the company’s professionalism, communication style, service level, efficiency, and affordability. As the National Association of Home Builders points out, you should feel comfortable asking a potential home builder any question [...]Read more
For a state as large and varied as Texas, it’s impossible to pinpoint one single identity with which to associate the area. Between culturally rich cities, coastal towns and rural regions, the state offers current and prospective residents plenty of reasons to live in Texas.Read more
When it comes to buying or building a new home, the community that surrounds you is equally important to the physical space where you take up residence.Read more
The first significant choice facing prospective homeowners, besides where they want to live, is whether they prefer to build a new home or purchase an existing one.
When it comes to building a house in Texas, you have more power to create the home you have always desired, depending on the Frisco neighborhood where you will [...]Read more
When looking for a home, you have the choice to either buy an existing pre-owned house or build a new one. Which option is the better choice for you?
Obviously, there are far more existing homes than new homes and because of this more pre-owned houses are sold each year. However, that is based more on supply than [...]
When buying a home, there is one invisible attribute that you can not afford to overlook: the home’s energy efficiency. Though not as obvious as other visible factors, like size and location, a home’s energy efficiency can have a huge impact on your budget, comfort, and peace of mind.