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Q&A – Why A Contingency Home Loan?

Q&A – Why A Contingency Home Loan?

Why is it necessary to maintain a 10% buffer in case something goes wrong? Pricing in the economy has been somewhat unpredictable as of late. Taking up a sizable project can be a risky proposition if you don’t already have some savings under your belt....
Q&A – How Much Do Change Orders Cost

Q&A – How Much Do Change Orders Cost

What is our policy on change orders? Because we have a very comprehensive design-build process, we expect, and often see, that our clients don’t need very many change orders. The reason for this is that we’ve so thoroughly planned the project. Everything...
Q&A – How Long To Build A New Home Or Remodel

Q&A – How Long To Build A New Home Or Remodel

What is the typical timeline for my project? So I’m going to break this down and this is going to include all the different types of projects that we do. So just follow along here. But the first thing that happens when you’re ready to move forward is you...
Q&A: Why Are Written Home Construction Specifications Important?

Q&A: Why Are Written Home Construction Specifications Important?

Q&A – Why Are Written Specs Important We have written home design and custom construction specs, and we have all this process designed around the specs because we have to keep clear communication. When we’re passing a complex project from one stage to...
Value Proposition 3 Steps to 5 Stars!

Value Proposition 3 Steps to 5 Stars!

At Creekside Homes, we have worked hard to set our company apart from the competition. We have done this by pursuing and offering a five-star experience for each and every one of our clients. We seek to raise the bar for the construction companies in our industry....
Q&A – Why Schedule A Job Site Visit With Your Builder

Q&A – Why Schedule A Job Site Visit With Your Builder

Why it is important to schedule a job site visit to your custom building project? So I have a builder friend who had a bad situation occur. It’s an awful situation, but similar things have happened more than once. This builder had a client come out to the...