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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. Therefore, in order to ensure that you are able to handle any kind of expense escalation, it is essential to make sure that you have a little bit of a buffer ready. We don’t want to put undue stress on folks when they’re working toward constructing their ideal home. We want it to be an enjoyable and thrilling experience for our customers, and we also want to ensure that they are adequately qualified and well-prepared to deal with the experience. Your experience of building a custom house can be made less stressful by including a 10% cushion in your budget as a contingency fund.

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For the past eighteen years, my company Creekside Homes has been building magnificent, custom-designed homes for the luxury market. The information in this guide (highlights from my years of experience) will help you make more informed choices and have less stress and greater confidence throughout the entire process.

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