The moment you’ve waited for has arrived, keys are in hand and
your builder is eager to show off the finished product. You are flooded
with a mixture of emotions, relief, joy, exhaustion and you can’t
wait to finally move into you brand new home!
Three months later, and for the most part you couldn’t be happier…well
We’ve all been there, whether it is our first car or picking
a major in school; we wish we would have done something a little different.
When it comes to building a new home, what we thought we wanted doesn’t
always end up meeting our needs.
So, whether you’re
building your first home or you are a recent empty nester
looking to downsize, join us as we take a look at
how to avoid making some common regrets in your dream home.
First up we take a look at the kitchen.
Part I: 5 Areas to Consider When Designing Your Kitchen
Depending on where you are in life, can make a big difference not
only with what you need in the kitchen but what you want as well.
If you love to cook and you have a large family, you might want
to . . .
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