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Posted by on Sep 9, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Latest Design Trends in Prefab Construction

Latest Design Trends in Prefab Construction

After getting financing and choosing a lot to build your home, then comes the fun part of actually designing your dream home. With Houzz offering you a multitude of choices, the design process can be overwhelming. We’ve compiled a list of the latest design trends that may help narrow down and shed some light on choices that can make your life easier. From the exterior down to the type of countertops in your bathroom, our members see steady trends amongst their clients. These trends lean more toward making life easier. While this year has seen the trend of monochromatic color palettes on the exterior of homes instead of the use of contrasting colors, new home owners are now leaning toward the use of mixed materials. Mixing stone, vinyl, wood and other types of sidings are becoming more popular and creating more curb appeal. Home owners are also beginning to hide their garage and in the process creating a family entrance around the back of their home. This leads to...

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Posted by on May 31, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Ways Prefab Construction Can Save you Money in Southern California

Ways Prefab Construction Can Save you Money in Southern California

So you are in the market for a new home and heard that a modular home might be a less expensive option in Southern California? Given that modular homes are built with the same materials and built to the same codes as conventional site built homes it would seem that the costs would also be the same. Generally speaking, the costs are comparable, but there are a few ways that a modular home can save you money. Construction Loan – During the construction phase of your home, typically you will have a construction loan. Payments (or draws) are taken from this loan to pay contractors, subcontractors and materials, with the borrower (home owner) paying the monthly interest payment. Once construction is completed, the construction loan will be paid off with your permanent mortgage loan. One of the key advantages of modular construction is the shorter construction schedule. Construction of your home is occurring at the same time as the foundation work. When the foundation is completed, it is generally...

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