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The Best Custom Home Builders in Cincinnati

by HomeBuilderDigest • March 13, 2019

During the nineteenth century, there was a boom in population in Cincinnati, and you might be surprised to find that the city is still rich in Victorian-era architecture as a result. Students and connoisseurs of architecture will find a lot to study and ponder in this beautiful Ohio city: a broad range of historic properties […]

The Best Custom Home Builders in Tulsa Oklahoma

by HomeBuilderDigest • November 8, 2019

Known for its Art Deco architecture, Tulsa, Oklahoma’s second largest city, sits on the Arkansas River and was once known as the oil capital of the world. With a population of 403,090 people as of 2016, the city boasts other early nineteenth and twentieth-century styles, such as Folk, Queen Anne, Neoclassical, Colonial Revival, Gothic Revival, […]

The Best Custom Home Builders in Arlington

by HomeBuilderDigest • October 1, 2019

Arlington is known as one of the best places to live in America. Amenities like a healthy economy, a strong educational system, and a robust arts scene are the reasons for the city’s good economy. Zillow has reported continuous growth in Arlington’s median home prices. Right now Arlington has a median home price of $689,400, […]

The Best Custom Home Builders in Colorado Springs, Colorado

by HomeBuilderDigest • December 11, 2018

An hour south of Denver and minutes away from some of the country’s best natural playgrounds, Colorado Springs, Colorado is home to more than 400,000 residents. Yet as the largest city by land area in the state, one can’t help but sense a smaller town community feeling. “The Springs” provides easy access to the nearby […]

The Best Custom Home Builders in Albuquerque, New Mexico

by HomeBuilderDigest • February 4, 2019

New Mexico’s largest city, Albuquerque sits in the high desert and has an estimated population of 558,000.  When it comes to architectural sights, the city is known to have a modern downtown core that largely contrasts with Old Town Albuquerque. The Old Town is filled with historic adobe buildings like San Felipe de Neri Church, […]

10 Common Architectural Styles for Your Custom Home

by HomeBuilderDigest • September 7, 2017

Building a custom home means having complete control over every aspect of design. There are dozens of architectural styles to base a custom home on, from historical approaches to modern interpretations. Look around the country and you will see nearly countless options. In the northeast, Colonial and Cape Cod-style homes dominate neighborhoods. The west has […]

Custom Home Layouts and Floorplans

by HomeBuilderDigest • August 16, 2017

Building your own custom home gives you the rare opportunity to design a house that uniquely suits you. Unlike moving into a pre-designed finished home or renovating an existing structure, designing a custom home gives you control over every aspect of the home – from size to architectural style and finishes. But perhaps the most […]

The Best Custom Home Builders in Raleigh, North Carolina

by HomeBuilderDigest • September 9, 2019

With its Southern charm and rich cultural heritage, Raleigh has been named the best place to live in North Carolina and the best big city in the Southeast by Money Magazine in 2016. Raleigh real estate also offers great value with homes that are priced fairly for the city’s quality of life and economy. It […]

The Best Custom Home Builders in Miami, Florida

by HomeBuilderDigest • August 22, 2019

Miami is an eclectic mix of architectural styles. From Spanish Colonial and Mediterranean-style villas to modern estates and opulent waterfront homes on the East Coast, each home is distinct yet reflective of the colorful nature of the Magic City. In fact, an entire architectural movement originated in Miami: the MiMo or Miami Modernism movement. This, […]

The Best Custom Home Builders in Kansas City

by HomeBuilderDigest • February 14, 2019

Kansas City has a large variation of home styles. In the historic Northeast neighborhood by the Missouri river, you’ll find styles that became popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries such as Queen Anne, which often feature a steep gabled roof and tower with bay windows. Other historic styles include the American Foursquare, […]

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