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8904 East Lazy Wood Place Carefree, AZ 85377
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30413 North 123 Road Lane Peoria, AZ 85383
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Phoenix Home Builders

As many headlines as the housing crisis is grabbing, the fallout from unwise lending practices is also isolated to certain areas of the country. Where Stockton, CA has become the cautionary tale with one of every 30 homes posted for foreclosure in 2007, Phoenix has been relatively insulated from the worst of the housing crisis. Second only to Las Vegas in urban development and population growth over the last 20 years, Phoenix has a strong economic underpinning that has helped keep the housing market firm. I recently talked to a Phoenix homeowner who had originally purchased a 1957 home for $250,000. She said a homeowner down the street from hers was asking $1.8M, not exactly a sign of decreasing property values, although she did qualify her statement with mention of problems on the city outskirts.

Home Building
Why does the housing market affect someone looking to build their own home? Though you may have a specific vision of your dream home, the financial wisdom of building a new home can be circumspect when property values are declining. The cost of building a home including labor, materials, attorney's fees, etc. don't often reflect the downtick of an ailing housing market. Though hiring Phoenix home builders is probably a better choice than hiring a home builder in markets that have been severely hurt over the last few years, it may still take a long, long time for the resale value of your home to catch up to the cost of building it. Of course, people who build their homes from the ground up generally aren't as concerned about resale value as a more traditional homebuyer, but it definitely helps to know you don't have to shoot yourself in the leg to get the home of your dreams.

Custom Work for Less
Once you've decided that you want a brand new home, one of the biggest decisions you'll need to make is the level of customization you'll need. As you're probably aware, most Phoenix home builders focus their efforts on new homes built as part of a subdivision/planned community project. The reason for this is simple: like anything else, the more mass-produced something is the lower the cost of producing it. This doesn't mean you have to choose a cookie-cutter home, either. Many home building companies allow homeowners who sign on early enough to pick amongst any number of home designs in their catalogue of house plans. Find a subdivision that's in later stages of construction, however, and your choices will typically be significantly fewer.

Of course, Phoenix home builders are also available for truly custom work. Often, this course of action is taken by homeowners who live somewhat outside of the city, where property can be had at less of a premium. A word of advice, though: Look at places that are close enough to civilization that your home builder isn't going to have problems getting the building materials to the site. Custom home building isn't cheap, but these projects don't necessarily have to be million dollar homes for the uber-wealthy, either. Many Phoenix home builders are hired to construct modest homes on the outskirts of the metro-area; such properties can be very affordable and will get you out of the hustle and bustle of the city, too.

Modular Home Builders
With the high expense of hiring a custom home builder, Phoenix residents should definitely review all of their options carefully. This means not only examining the savings to be found in purchasing a new home in a subdivision or renovating an existing house, but also testing the waters of modular home building. Phoenix is a city where the several thousand dollars you will save with modular construction can go a long way, and if you haven't considered this option, there are a few things you should know about the process that may make this route more attractive.

Most people don't realize the high quality and specific customization that comes with modular home construction. Though often associated with trailers (or "manufactured homes"), modular homes are built using the same quality materials and techniques that conventional site-built homes employ. The difference is, the modular home is built one section at a time indoors then the sections are shipped by truck and assembled onsite. While the final results of modular home construction are all but indistinguishable from a site-constructed home, the cost is significantly lower because the indoor construction allows for more efficiency, faster building times, and less material waste. The design options for modular construction are extremely flexible, and this method can often accommodate many people's dream homes.

Construction Times
On average, new homes take about six to nine months to build. Phoenix home builders tend to fall on the short side of this timeline, given the favorable climate, but certain elements of home building are unavoidable. You might be able to cut down on the construction if you're willing to streamline the process with modular construction. While home building doesn't have the same frustration as, say, a six-week kitchen remodel, keep in mind that anything that reduces the time of construction also tends to greatly reduce the cost of your new home building project.

Recent Job Requests for New Home Builders Contractors in Phoenix, AZ


Project: Build a Custom Home
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Date: 09/2016
Modular home?: No
# of Bedrooms: 4
# of Bathrooms: 2
Land Status: I am currently looking for land
Styles Interested in: Ranch, Log, Mediterranean, Modern, Bungalow, Colonial, Country, Georgian, Luxury, Southwestern, Victorian
Approximate Budget: $100,000 - $150,000
Desired Timing: Timing is flexible

Project: Build a Modular Home
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Date: 09/2016
Modular home?: Yes
# of Bedrooms: 1
# of Bathrooms: 1
Land Status: I already own the land
Styles Interested in: Modern
Approximate Budget: Under $100,000
Desired Timing: Timing is flexible
Comment: Want to build a "tiny" home. 400 sq. feet.

Project: Build a Custom Home
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Date: 09/2016
Modular home?: No
# of Bedrooms: 1
# of Bathrooms: 1
Land Status: I already own the land
Approximate Budget: Under $100,000
Desired Timing: Timing is flexible
Comment: I need a new structure built. Like a mother in-law cottage.

Project: Build a Custom Home
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Date: 09/2016
Modular home?: No
# of Bedrooms: 5 or more
# of Bathrooms: 3
Land Status: I am currently looking for land
Styles Interested in: Ranch, Mediterranean, Modern, Southwestern
Approximate Budget: Over $500,000
Desired Timing: 9 - 12 months

Project: Build a Custom Home
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Date: 09/2016
Modular home?: No
Approximate Budget: Under $100,000
Comment: New home. Need to come and look at the lot. Extremely plain and simple job. Around 40k.

Project: Build a Custom Home
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Date: 09/2016
Modular home?: Not sure
# of Bedrooms: 4
# of Bathrooms: 3
Land Status: I am in process of purchasing land
Styles Interested in: Modern
Approximate Budget: Under $100,000
Desired Timing: Timing is flexible
Comment: I went to help build the house

Project: Build a Custom Home
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Date: 09/2016
Modular home?: No
Approximate Budget: Under $100,000
Comment: New home. Need to come and look at the lot. Extremely plain and simple job. Around 40k.

Project: Build a Custom Home
Location: lavine, AZ
Date: 09/2016
Modular home?: Not sure
Comment: I need estimate for building a home on an acre lot.

Project: Build a Custom Home
Location: Ohienix, AZ
Date: 09/2016
Modular home?: Not sure
# of Bedrooms: 3
# of Bathrooms: 2
Land Status: I am currently looking for land
Styles Interested in: Ranch, Mediterranean, Colonial
Approximate Budget: $100,000 - $150,000
Comment: Feasibility study

Project: Build a Custom Home
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Date: 09/2016
Modular home?: No
Approximate Budget: Under $100,000
Comment: New home. Need to come and look at the lot. Extremely plain and simple job. Around 40k.

Unscreened New Home Builders Contractors in Phoenix

CHARLEVOIX HOMES GENERAL CONTRACTING L L C
920 E Devonshire Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Sonoran Property Construction Inc
4520 North 12th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85014
Marbuck Homes
2725 E Camelback Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Quality Builders
730 W. McDowell Road
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Welborn Building Company
2005 E. Northview Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Braden Enterprises LLC
4045 E. Palm Lane Ste. 3
Phoenix, AZ 85008
HL Design Build, LLC
4417 North 40th Street #400
Phoenix, AZ 85018
Charlevoix Homes
3050 N. 44th St. #200
Phoenix, AZ 85018

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