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Design

Interior Color Combinations
By Paige Neal on April, 15 2021

Choosing the right combination for the interior of your home is one of the toughest aspects of the home building process, but also the most enjoyable!

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House Hunting

Fort Hood Off Post Housing
By Jennifer Nixon on February, 25 2021

No matter the timing or the distance, moving to a new duty station requires a big adjustment all on its own.

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Construction

Roof Trusses vs Rafters
By Ryan Waldron on January, 21 2021

There are many advantages to using roof trusses in the construction of a new home instead of traditional rafters, including increased structural integrity, reduction in waste, and cycle...

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House Hunting

How to Calculate Your Mortgage Payment
By Jennifer Nixon on January, 12 2021

If new home shopping is on your to-do list, one of the first things you should do is understand how much you can afford to spend each month.

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House Hunting

Filing Your Homestead Exemption
By Jennifer Nixon on January, 7 2021

Residential Homestead Exemptions remove part of your home's value to reduce the taxable amount, saving you money on your property taxes each year.

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Construction

Choosing a Refrigerator Size for Your New Home
By Jennifer Nixon on December, 22 2020

When you buy a home that isn't complete yet, you can't break out the tape measure to get the information you need - like figuring out what size refrigerator to buy?

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Lifestyle

Buying Furniture for Your First Home
By Clay Lee on December, 17 2020

Most designers will tell you that it costs between $10-15k per ROOM to furnish a home properly. I don't know about you, but most people buying their first home don't have a budget like...

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Lifestyle

12 Reasons You'll Love Living in College Station, TX
By Cullen Mosley on December, 15 2020

Whether you call it Aggieland or B/CS, the twin cities of Bryan/College Station are home to the largest public university in Texas - with over 60,000 students, Texas A&M University is...

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Financial

What are Progress Payments?
By Linda Dreher on November, 20 2020

Most construction companies, and homebuilders specifically, require scheduled payments during the construction progress, which is how these payments got their name: Progress Payments.

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