Custom home builders in Clark County are likely to have you select so many options for your custom residence that your head will spin.
Tuscany Homes wants your noggin to remain stationary. That’s why we’ve put together this three-part series on selecting options for your custom homes.
In part one, we talked about starting with the big structural stuff and deciding what upgrades you want to make yourself (if any). In part two, we’re going to look at model homes, your budget, and your builder’s timeline.
Building the model home may be unrealistic. You loved the model home, but you may not love the model home’s budget. Builders often add upgrades to model homes that aren’t standard in normal custom homes.
That doesn’t mean you can’t have the features you saw in the model home, just be prepared for a high price tag.
Make a budget and stick to it. A good rule of thumb is to spend 12 percent of your custom home’s base price on interior upgrades.
Be prepared to follow the builders’ timeline. When home builders give you a deadline to select an option for your Clark County custom home,stick to their timeline. Waiting too long to make decisions might push the completion of your home back days or even weeks.
To read part one of this series, click here.
To read part three of this series, click here.
To contact Tuscany Homes to talk about building your custom home, click here.