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Build On Your Lot

At Bethel Homes, we are proud to offer a build on your own lot program. This is the perfect solution for those who have found their dream location, but are looking for a custom-built home that meets their specific wants and needs. Our experienced team will work closely with you to design a home that fits your lifestyle, budget, and the unique features of your lot. From customizing floor plans to selecting finishes, we handle every aspect of the building process, ensuring that you get a home that truly represents you. Contact us today to start turning your dream into a reality!

The Steps to Make Your Dream Home a Reality:

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1. Initial Meeting

Meet with our experienced team to discuss your budget and to help you with getting the finance process started if needed. At this meeting, we will also discuss the design style(s) that you like and go over other important elements to incorporate in your custom home.

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2. Design Plans (if needed)

If you don’t already have plans, then we will help you create a custom design plan that incorporates all of the elements discussed in the initial meeting. We will also work hard to ensure that the budget is kept in mind when creating the design.
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3. Specs/Allowances

Our experts will break down every aspect the design plan to come up with a master list of specifications. Once established, a preliminary budget can be created. 
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4. Engineering/Permitting

Now that the plans are made and the budget is set, it’s time to sign the contract. Once this is completed, the plans are sent out for engineering along with all applicable permits and approvals.
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5. Construction

Now the fun begins! This is where your dream finally becomes a reality. We maintain on site supervision to ensure that all details are accounted for and that the job is built to the high standards of Bethel Homes.
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6. Move In!

All the hard work has paid off. It’s now time to move in to your custom dream home expertly built on your perfect lot by Bethel Homes. Congratulations!

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      Custom Home On Your Land Considerations

      Location, Location, Location: This old adage holds true in house construction. Consider factors like the neighborhood, proximity to work and amenities, access to schools (if applicable), noise levels, and the overall feel of the area. It also includes the specific characteristics of the plot itself – size, slope, soil conditions, and any existing features.
      Budgeting and Planning: Be realistic about your financial limitations and establish a clear budget that includes construction costs, permits, materials, architectural and engineering fees, and unexpected costs that can arise during the project. Carefully plan the layout and design of your house to fit your budget and lifestyle needs.
      Teamwork Makes Your Dream(home) Work: Assemble a reliable team of professionals to guide you through the construction process. This might include a licensed architect, a reputable builder with experience in your area, a structural engineer,and a qualified interior designer (if desired). Effective communication and clear expectations with your team are crucial.
      Quality Matters: Don’t cut corners on materials or construction methods. Opt for high-quality, durable materials that will withstand the elements and ensure the longevity of your home. While initial costs might be higher, they can save you money on repairs and replacements in the long run.

      Long-Term Considerations: Think beyond your immediate needs and consider how your lifestyle might evolve. Will you need space for a growing family? Is accessibility important for future needs? Factor in energy efficiency for cost savings and environmental impact. Designing with some adaptability in mind can make your home more comfortable and functional in the long run.

      Function for your lifestyle: This goes beyond the number of bedrooms and bathrooms. Consider how you’ll use the space daily and weekly. Do you need a dedicated home office? A large kitchen for entertaining? Think about traffic flow – will kids be running through the living room to get to their rooms? How much storage will you need?

      Personal Style, but with Flexibility: While incorporating your dream design elements is important, try to avoid overly trendy features. Classic styles with personal touches tend to age better. Remember, you might not always live in this house, so consider a design with broad appeal that will retain value.

      Sun and Light: Natural light is not only beautiful but also beneficial for well-being. Think about how sunlight will move throughout the day and throughout the year. Large windows can be great, but consider overhangs to manage summer heat and privacy concerns.

      Site and Surroundings: Don’t just design a house in a vacuum. Consider how the house will sit on the lot. Maximize views and natural light while factoring in privacy. Think about outdoor living spaces – decks, patios, balconies – and how they will integrate with the house and the surrounding landscape.

      Sustainability and Efficiency: Building green can save you money in the long run. Consider energy-efficient appliances, proper insulation, and smart window placement. Water-saving fixtures and drought-resistant landscaping are other ways to make your home more eco-friendly and potentially reduce utility costs.

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