Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is your cost Per Square Foot?

All houses differ in cost psf depending on what items a customer wants incorporated their new home and how many corners and different roof lines a plan has. One story homes are generally more expensive to build than two story homes. Unfinished areas or finished areas also make a difference such as basements and bonus rooms. How many garage bays are also considered.

Houses can range from 150.00 psf to over 250.00 psf depending on the info listed above. However, the short answer is most homes with a 2 car garage, Cer Tile, Hardwoods and Granite usually build for around 190.00 per heated sf. Specialty Custom Homes usually start about 200.00 psf and go up from there depending on the efficiency of the plans and features.

Email us your plan and we can give a more accurate cost estimate.

Q: How long does it take to build a house?

A: We have never had a house take longer than a year not matter what the size. Average is about 40 weeks. We have been known to build in 28 weeks when the homeowner is in a situation that requires it.

Q: What areas do you build?

A: All Surrounding Charlotte Areas. Gaston County. Lake Wylie. Upper SC. Cleveland and Lincoln Counties.

Q: Can you help me find a house plan and land?

A: Yes we do this all the time

Q: Do you have insurance?

A: Yes

Q: Do you have references?

A: Yes, many, everybody we have built a custom home for is still a great reference for us. We are at 100%.

Q: How do I get started?

A: Call me first and I can set everything up or you can do the following:

1. Learn your realistic budget. Visit your bank or mine to get a projection of what you should spend on a home according to your income and expenses. Even if you have the ability to pay cash for your home, you still may want to visit with a bank. With rates as low as they are now, it could make just as much since to finance your home and invest the cash you have on hand for retirement according to some.

2. There are many loan programs that offer different vehicles but the standard is to have from 5% to 20% of the total amount that you plan to spend on lot and house as a down payment. Also plan to have money for closing costs such as 2-3%. There are other plans available but this is considered to be the standard for some banks

3. Pick your land and plan based on the average SF cost you want to spend or as listed above. Total up the cost of both and compare that to the numbers that the bank has projected you to spend.