Look at just about any housing market and you will see the same thing: chaos. Inventory has yet to really rebound but the number of available buyers is certainly there. What it creates is the perfect storm for sellers and an absolute hurricane for buyers.
It is now commonplace for homes to go well above listing prices on already inflated home values. Bidding wars are also quite common with two sides wanting to land something badly enough that they will go well over asking price for it.
It is the kind of marketplace that can make buying a home a terrifying experience. Thankfully, there is a better way to do it. By building a home from the ground up, you can skip the hassles of being a buyer in a hot marketplace.
Design Your Home
The first step when you look to design and build a house (called ออกแบบสร้างบ้าน in Thai) is deciding on all of the important details. It means choosing the lot on which you want to build as well as important information such as square footage and number of rooms.
But it doesn’t stop with high-level planning. It means getting down to the smallest of details. You have to settle for a lot of things when you buy a traditional single family home but you don’t have to settle for anything when you build your own home from the ground up.
You can skip the expensive battles, the overpriced homes, and all the frustration, all to wind up with the home that you really want without the hassle that is part of buying these days.
The Building Process
When all of the designs have been submitted and the project is ready to go, you will be informed each step of the way. Never wonder where your house is in the building project when step-by-step updates will keep track of progress.
You can see your home emerge from the ground up, turning into the home that you have always dreamed of. It is a much better way of landing the right home for you and you actually get everything that you want.
If you are thinking of buying a home soon, do yourself a favour and build a home from the ground up. The time frame may be a bit longer but you will wind up with the house that you want without having to get into a bidding war for it.
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