Post Pandemic House Design ~ Designer Homes

Post-Pandemic House Design

The pandemic has brought about a wide acceptance of work-from-home policies and telecommuting, as well as a  level of difficulty for the professional world. Since the pandemic started, people are now using their homes simultaneously as offices, classrooms, co-working spaces, entertaining spaces, conference rooms, and gyms with multiple users. In fact, people sometimes use adjustable walls, while having to deal with the consequences of the open floor plan. This closer connection makes a chunk of people uncomfortable.

Furthermore, some people use guest bedrooms--now converted to a dedicated space for offices in order to get some privacy, while others are at the dining round table . Some are set up in master bedrooms, further blurring the ever-important line between work and home. As people try to find a meaningful connection in these transitional spaces, they are beginning to value their adaptable living spaces, and looking for additional living space more than before as they plan their future homes. The increase in peoples’ desire for additional space and bonus spaces in future projects, with emphasis on health, has made the average building firm (and architecture firm) make spaces more functional and fluid in their purposes for a residential design.

Still, there has been a post-COVID world housing crisis in many countries. People are struggling to find affordable places to live or affordable-housing projects to buy, and some people have experienced homelessness. For others, access to landscape, buildings in cities, and additional storage space have been huge obstacles. As a result, we are now seeing the post-apocalyptic designs of homes that have emerged with this new reality, but what is post-pandemic home design?

The post-pandemic house design trend sometimes involves using sustainable materials for construction (such as using quality bamboo or straw bales for the wall) with adaptable spaces, indoor air quality.    Keeping  mental health in mind during such a project,  a creative director for the project is necessary for these natural building materials.   Some of these materials can be found locally and produce less waste than more conventional materials , such as wood or concrete bricks. They also offer insulation benefits and natural ventilation during colder months when fuel costs are high. The post pandemic house design has also now caused underutilized spaces to be used in varying ways, from mudrooms being transitioned into temporary offices to living rooms becoming spaces for physical activity.

With the present pandemic, how does the array of activity spaces we live and eat and play in  allow for functional and separate use for work? How do smaller spaces perform multiple duties, but still create a separation of work life and home life? At Designer Homes, we consider how residential designs might change in the post pandemic world.

How Post Pandemic Might Change House Designs

The following includes how house designs may change in the post pandemic world:

Different Spatial Experiences

Your productivity and mental health may suffer if you spend all your time at home. Spatial diversity is key to combating this potential malaise.

While bright, open spaces are great for relaxing, they can be distracting and noisy for working. An area for focusing is equally important but often ignored. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic quarantine, many people worked from home, necessitating acoustically private areas away from noisy areas. These quiet spots are ideal for phone calls and file storage.

However, some of our clients prefer large, casual dining tables that can also be used as co-working spaces. Others prefer a sunny and verdant virtual meeting background. Having multiple spaces is great for changing environments based on the task.

Adjustable Rooms

We now work with clients who want to build a home that can grow with their families. While a household size isn’t determined at the time of construction, we often create rooms that can be easily divided into two.

This can be used to quickly create two offices or two private bedrooms for events, such as a quarantine. For example, one of our current projects has a study and a large gym with its own bathroom. If needed, the gym can be converted into a full bedroom with an ensuite bathroom and closet. The original bathroom becomes the study. The back-to-back bathrooms share a pre-plumbed wall for a second bathroom, allowing for future use.

Sanitized Entryways

Since people are now being sprayed by a disinfectant machine as they enter public buildings, a similar concept may arise at residences. To keep homes safe and clean, entryways will become clearly defined transitional spaces where one can remove their shoes, hang their jackets, and sanitize their hands before entering.

Air Purification Systems

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, air quality has been a major focus. People may start paying more attention to their indoor air quality by limiting unfiltered outside air entry. We may see more air purification systems, which collect outside air, clean it, and re-inject it into buildings. These systems can be used with HVAC to make homes healthier.

Increase in Adaptable Layouts

Our emotional and physical ties to our homes have never been stronger, and this may continue after the pandemic. As a result, homes will need to accommodate more services and functions. More specific spaces for reading, napping, exercise, and entertainment will be desired.

More activity spaces will necessitate more flexibility and adaptability. Designers have already started exploring this possibility. At Designer Homes, we use movable walls and screens to divide an open-plan apartment into separate areas. Components like folding glass doors allow for seamless indoor-outdoor transitions.

Smarter Kitchen

As people prefer to stay at home, the importance of kitchens in homes has increased. To avoid frequent shopping trips, pantries will become more important. The rise of the hands-free mindset will also increase the importance of smart kitchen design. Lighting, faucets, and appliances can all be controlled by voice commands.

New ‘Home Office’

As more people work from home, many dining room tables have become home offices. Although many people no longer have to rush between crowded trains to get to work, these new “offices” lack essential amenities for a productive workplace. However, many people enjoy the flexibility of working from home, to the point where human resource experts predict it may become the new norm. If this happens, there will be a growing demand for functional home offices. Some have even imagined home offices in private outdoor areas. Some ideas include building a workspace into a home’s front garden, giving the illusion of leaving the house to work. Transitional or mudrooms with sanitation sections may also be on the rise.

Need for Private Outdoor Space

People’s appreciation of nature and the outdoors seems to have increased since the pandemic began. Going for a walk or sitting in a park has been a huge source of relief. These activities aren’t safe and aren’t universally accessible during a lockdown.

As a result, home designers will be more in demand to create private outdoor spaces for all types of homes. Architects will have to experiment with roof gardens, micro-backyards, porches, and balconies to bring the outdoors inside even the smallest homes. People may also want a closer connection between their homes and the natural world, which folding glass doors provide.

Hygiene-focused House Designing

Everyone’s concern will be hygiene. Materials will be modified to allow for deep cleaning. Antibacterial materials like copper, linen and some woods may gain popularity. Materials will still be location-specific, but I expect to see more polished plasters, limestone, and marbles used due to their durability.

Cleanliness will be an important factor in home design. Cleanliness can be promoted through both spatial and material design. Soaking wet packages and groceries can help keep them fresher longer. Future projects may include more “dirty” versus “sterile” house designations. Porous materials are difficult to clean and disinfect. Most of our projects use wood or concrete floors, but as material science advances, antimicrobial floors and countertops may be considered.

Space for Mental and Physical Health

When popular classes and bootcamps are unavailable, home gyms become more appealing. Some people need a full setup with weights and machines, while others need an open area to stream a workout. A sense of normalcy can be maintained in a chaotic situation by moving and exercising at home. A freestanding home gym in the backyard per say. This will create a zen-like space for exercise and meditation. Walking into a new building can cause a mental shift.

Indoor Environmental Quality

With the global shutdown reducing air pollution in major cities, people are allowing more natural ventilation into their homes. In addition to what comes in through the windows, many other factors affect indoor air quality. It is recommended an inexpensive air quality sensor that monitors CO2, RH, and chemical toxins (VOCs) be used, to give an alert when the indoor air quality deteriorates so we can make changes. For example, confined spaces or rooms with poor ventilation may have higher CO2 levels, causing headaches, fatigue, and decreased productivity. Increased mechanical or natural ventilation can help reduce unhealthy CO2 levels.

Maintaining healthy relative humidity levels (50-60%) helps our mucus membranes in the nose and throat defend against airborne pathogens like the coronavirus. Mold growth and allergies can occur in damp areas of the home if the humidity levels are too high (>65%). If relative humidity levels fall outside the 40-65 percent range, a humidifier or dehumidifier can be used to restore relative humidity.

The impact of new interior furnishings and cleaning products on our air quality has also been highlighted. Having the air quality sensor alert you when VOCs reach unhealthy levels will allow you to open a window or turn on an air purifier to mitigate the impact.

Custom Home Checklist – Designer Homes

Custom Home Checklist 

There are so many details involved with building a dream home. Of course, you want every little detail to be perfect, but what if something is forgotten? Let’s walk through the creation of your own custom home checklist. Once you get organized, the whole process becomes a lot more fun.

How to Get Started with Your Custom Home Planning Checklist 

Before you get started with the construction process and design phase, you need to decide on a budget and timeframe. This will help you to know what you can afford and how quickly work needs to happen.  

Some factors that determine your budget are the cost of the land, fees and taxes for your area, home construction costs, landscaping costs, interior decorating, closing cost fees, and design and engineering fees.

Next, you will find the property where you will build your custom home. Most custom home builders will have properties for you to choose from if you aren’t finding your own. You will also need a construction loan. 

Designing Your House Plans 

Most custom home builders will have floor plans that you can customize if you aren’t looking to design the home from scratch. However, most people want to design their home from scratch so that the home is created specifically for their family. 

Let’s start with the basic questions you will need to answer on this Dream Home Checklist:

Determine What You’re Working With

What size will your home be? This will help you narrow down your expectations for space and square footage in each room. 

What is the size of the lot?

How many stories will your home be?

How many bedrooms and bathrooms do you need?

What rooms do you need? 

  • home office
  • mudroom
  • eat-in kitchen 
  • formal dining room
  • children’s playroom
  • media room
  • laundry room
  • entry-way
  • finished basement
  • workout space
  • workshop
  • guest room 
  • custom studio space

Prioritize Your Preferences

What parts of your lifestyle are unique and how will you build that into your home?

What type of layout do you want? (open floor plan? Closed off rooms? entry-way?)

What structural features do you want in the house?

What are your style preferences?

What special features need to be included? 

It is a good idea to create a list of these special features and prioritize them so that you are sure to include your most needed features first in your budget. 

Some features to consider on your planning checklist are:

  • Fireplace
  • lighting options
  • heated floors 
  • built-in shelves
  • up-stairs laundry room
  • stair design
  • bay windows
  • hidden room
  • kitchen nook
  • outdoor living space
  • skylights 
  • Storage
  • informal living spaces

Each room will have different needs. It is important to start with one room and work your way through the house. The kitchen and bathrooms are rooms that require a lot of features.

The Kitchen 

Consider your lifestyle and what you do in each room. For the kitchen, how much cooking do you do? Do you have a lot of small kitchen appliances that need a spot on the counter? This will help you decide on how much counter space you need. 

Do you want a kitchen island?

Do you want an eat-in bar in the kitchen or a completely separate dining space?

How much food do you store in your kitchen? How big should your pantry be?

Do you prefer a gas or electric stove/oven?


The location of the bathrooms is very important for your lifestyle. Do you want any bathrooms connected to bedrooms?

Do you want any bathrooms connected to two bedrooms (jack & jill bathroom)?

How many sinks and vanities?

What do you store in your bathroom? How big does the linen closet need to be? 

How to Determine Your Style and Preferences 

You might find yourself unsure about what it is that you like during the exciting design process. Without looking at all of your options the design process can be tricky. It is important to browse pictures of other homes and be very critical. Make a list of things that you like and don’t like. There are a lot of things that you might not consider unless you saw a visual. This will help you with your design direction during the design stages.

It is also a good idea to browse floor plans. You might not consider all of the ways that a house can flow until you see a lot of examples. Again, you might notice that the placement of the bathroom matters a lot to you. You may see how an outdoor space can flow with an indoor space.

As you are making your planning checklist of things that you do like, make sure you are remembering to prioritize so you know what to work with the most when it comes to your budget. If the outdoor space is the most important part of the house, you can make sure you don’t spend too much on the bathrooms that could take away from the budget of the outdoor space.

It’s a good idea to create individual budgets for each room. That way you can be sure that your details and choices work with the rest of your house. 

Custom Home Building with Designer Homes

The building process doesn’t need to be stressful. With Designer Homes custom home builder we transform the building experience with excellent communication and customer service.

One of our interior designers will work with you every step of the way as you create your designer house plan. We love creating unique homes and have never built the same house twice. This is because we have never met the same family twice. We keep the client at the center of the entire process.  

Our previous clients are surprised how smooth the building process goes with Designer Homes. We take pride in our excellent builder-client relationships.

If you are ready to get started on your custom home project we would love to hear more about your vision and answer all of your questions.

How to Evaluate a Home Builder ~ Designer Homes

How to Evaluate a Home Builder

When you’re in the market for a new home, you may find yourself overwhelmed with the options. It’s a big decision and you want to be as informed as possible. You want to be sure that you are buying a quality home from a professional builder. 

This may be the biggest financial decision of your life. There is no reason to settle for a builder that won’t give you the best home buying experience

Questions to Ask When Evaluating a Home Builder

You may have a list of potential builders you are considering for your home. Now is when you start asking lots of questions to the potential builder

  • Will the builder provide references of recent buyers?
  • What are the options for the different types of floor plans?
  • Can the basement be left unfinished?
  • What can be customized beyond the standard options?
  • Are there any additional fees for the home or neighborhood?
  • Is there an HOA fee?
  • Is there a warranty program with the house? What type of warranty?
  • Does the price include landscaping?
  • What are the estimated property taxes?
  • Are there any restrictive covenants?
  • Can appliances be upgraded?
  • Are there any major developments planned or big changes in the pipeline for the area in the next five years? 

If you can get the answer to your question in writing, that is even better. An experienced home builder should be ready to answer every tricky question clearly.

By talking to previous customers, you will get a good idea of how the home builder treated them. You can drive by the builder’s subdivision and ask a property owner outside about their experience with the builder. You can tell them you’re considering buying from the builder. Ask them if they were to buy another home if they would use this builder. Ask them if they have any issues. You can also see customer reviews online if you don’t want to talk in person

You’re Looking For A Builder Who Shares Your Vision

It’s important to find a builder with whom you feel like a partner. Someone who understands your vision and also gives you ideas and information to improve it. You want a builder who is invested in service with a personal touch.

If the builder is not interested in setting apart ample time to get to know you and to gain your trust, then they are not the builder for you. It’s important to meet with them and learn how they communicate and build that trust before hiring them to be your builder. 

Look For Transparency

If a builder can’t answer your questions clearly, they’re not the team for the job. Every detail of the home and process should be transparent. This means you are educated on the quality of the materials as well as any third-party contractors that will work on the home.

You also need transparency on the timeline for when the home will be built. You should be given a reasonable timeline and what to expect at each step of the planning, developing, and building phase. Transparency is the key to making an informed decision.   

Look For Quality

You are looking for the highest-quality home within your project budget. Homebuilders will sacrifice quality to keep their builder prices competitive. It’s important to shop for quality and value within your price range

Some builders will use lower quality materials and less experienced construction crews. You have to look for these quality cuts when evaluating the quality of construction. You can be sure it won’t be advertised. 

Look for a home builder with a good reputation for quality workmanship. If they have a reputation for quality they will be confident in whatever their clients would say about them. 

When you are comparing bids from builders, make sure they have these things in common:


  • level of finishes and selections quality
  • quality materials and construction crews
  • timeline for planning and construction
  • accountability and responsibility that is required after the home is built
  • predetermined work agreement 

Look For Education

If you have never built a home before, it can be a confusing process. A professional home builder should be prepared to educate their clients on the whole building process. They should be confident and ready to explain in detail how their company will handle the project step by step. They should help you set realistic expectations and explain any cost changes that result from every decision. 


Home Builder’s Warranty and Pricing Guarantee

If a company is confident in their work, they will provide a warranty. At Designer Homes, we also provide you with a pricing guarantee. Our quotes are an accurate price estimation. Once you have chosen your plan, we give you the peace of mind that comes with knowing you won’t have any surprise changes in the cost. 

Designer Homes takes you through the process and makes sure you understand the conditions surrounding the purchase price. We know that the more information we can give you, the more confident you will be while your home is being built. 

BuilderTrend for Stress-Free Communication

We use the best software to help keep you informed and to put communication with a dedicated project manager all in one place. With BuilderTrend, there is less confusion and fewer questions left unanswered. We share daily and weekly progress with photos. You get a clear representation of where your home is in the building process. You also have access to all of the information on pricing so there aren’t any surprises at the end of the construction process.

We offer outstanding client service with a transparent client portfolio. We know that the building process is all about the people that we are building for. Reach out to us today so that we can talk to you about your vision. We just might be the perfect partner to bring it to life.

Building a Luxury Home Cost – Designer Homes

Building a Luxury Home Cost

Looking to Build Your Personalized Luxury Home? 

If you’re in the market to build a truly personalized luxury house, using a professional company to reduce the overall cost of labor is your best bet. Whether you’re looking for the lowest-cost option available or are searching for high-end options with your next real estate purchase, you can have a custom home that matches your luxury preferences and your available budget. Designer Homes provides affordable options on custom luxury properties with varying structure complexity, depending on your budget. 

While numerous factors can influence the ultimate cost of your dream home, we’ll make sure we design a project within budget for different cost ranges. Designer Homes is the company to call when you need a hand building the luxury home you’ve always wanted for yourself or your family.

How Much Money Do You Need to Build Your Dream Home? 

If you’re wondering how much money you need to build your dream house, it depends on how much money you can comfortably spend on a piece of property without going bankrupt. Foundations, square footage, land prices, the cost of materials, the quality of materials, design challenges, construction costs, and numerous other factors dictate the average cost of the price range you’re shopping within.

However, our job at Designer Homes is to meet the customer’s budget no matter what it might be. Whether you have just $250k or millions of dollars to spend, we will make the design process work within your budget despite swings in price on the real estate market. We have affordable options available for custom luxury properties that can’t be beaten by the competition. 

Creative designs that fit within standard design guidelines are our specialty, and we’re proud to offer reasonable design fees in favor of providing a product that possesses the perfect blend of affordability and customer value. We negate swings in price to provide you with a construction budget that works for you. Our quality of finishes will exceed your highest expectations, and the total cost of labor will rest far below what you might be expecting to pay for your dream custom home. 

Average Cost to Build A Custom House 

Getting an average idea of costs required to build a custom house may seem like an impossible task. However, though a host of factors dictate how much you’ll be spending, the largest one is your available budget. It depends on what you are able to spend comfortably – on a smaller home, you could spend less than $100k. Or, if you’re in the market for custom luxury properties, you may find the price tag set at a million plus dollars. 

A luxury home project may cost a few million dollars, but the sometimes-expensive price of a custom-built home is well worth the final product you inevitably receive. Your luxury home purchase will have a huge impact on your children and grandchildren, because they won’t find themselves in need of a home to purchase later down the line. 

Our custom home builders make the average cost required to build a custom house fit comfortably within your predetermined budget for a house package. We design simple houses and complex houses with the same level of dedication to ensuring quality building material usage and otherwise premium material that can benefit even basic finishes

Factors That Influence the Cost of Building a House 

The biggest cost factors that influence the cost of building a house include square footage, the presence of higher-end materials and luxury appliances, the plot of land you’re purchasing along with your home, a personalized floor plan, and luxury finishes

The quality of finishes, structural materials, building materials, foundation costs, building costs, and even the presence of energy-efficient solar panels can all contribute to the final cost of your luxury house. Aspirational flooring and hardwood flooring can add to the final cost of your home, but the payoff will reveal itself in the durability of your new home.

A two-bedroom home may cost a few hundred thousand dollars, while a property that makes use of exterior finishes and other luxury amenities can cost upwards of $1 million. The presence of solar panels may also boost the initial cost of your custom luxury home, but your utility bills down the line will reflect long-term cost savings. Energy-efficient appliances will also contribute to more direct savings in utility costs. 

Square footage impacts cost. Different types of homes intended for different living situations can result in higher standards for design that may better serve those with a cushy budget. However, the construction budget you give Designer Homes is the construction budget we remain squarely within. The average sales price of your custom home is just that – customized to match the customer we’re working with. 

Contact Us Today! 

If you’re in the market for a luxury home project or custom-built floor plan, Designer Homes is the company to contact. We’ve been designing and building custom luxury homes with our clients for decades, and we know how to work within any preset budget to deliver the home of your dreams for the price you can afford. While construction costs vary depending on what amenities you’re looking for, you can rest assured that your custom-built home won’t break the bank. 

It’s always best to use professional services to complete a professional job, and our design professionals work within labor cost ranges that can satisfy any customer. Our aim is to provide the perfect blend of affordability and value to each customer we work with, because our success depends on your satisfaction with the custom home we deliver. 

Attractions in Grand Forks, North Dakota – Designer Homes

Attractions in Grand Forks  

Things to Do in Grand Forks 

Moving to a new city can be nothing short of a frightening experience, especially when you aren’t sure what you’re walking into. 

What can you expect from the neighborhood you’ll be residing in? Are there any available outdoor activities and opportunities to have social fun? How about the kids – will they also be satisfied with the attractions of the city you decide to trust with the purchase of a new home? 

We understand your qualms and concerns about relocating to a new city. That’s why we’ve created this handy guide to help you understand exactly what Grand Forks can offer couples, families and children of all ages. 

Grand Forks is a desirable place to live for everybody in the family! Long winter nights might be windy and freezing, but North Dakota’s equally hot summers give residents a chance to explore fun activities for all ages and preferences abound within the city’s abundant social buzz. From summer walks along the Red River to the amazing ice hockey scene at UND, there’s never a shortage of attention-grabbing attractions to explore in Grand Forks. 

Go Winter Camping/Sledding at Turtle River State Park 

If you’ve ever wanted to explore the possibility of winter camping, Turtle River State Park is the place to be. If you were looking for the best outdoor activities in Grand Forks, you’ve found at least one of them. Winter camping is known for being challenging, but the beautiful scenery and mountaintop snow banks make the experience more than worthwhile. You might not want to bring your kids along on this trip, but couples are sure to enjoy a few days in the wilderness surrounded by uniquely North Dakotan nature.

However, if you are interested in finding the best attractions for kids in Grand Forks, they will supremely enjoy sledding at Turtle River State Park! Without the distraction of crowds, you can enjoy intimate bonding time with your children all day long by taking them to go sledding here in the winter. Make sure to bundle everyone in your family up with warm clothing so the fun doesn’t have to end early. You’ll sleep like a baby (and so will your kids) after an exciting day of sledding at Turtle River State Park in Grand Forks. 

Appreciate the Resilience of the Flood Memorial Monument

This flood monument pays homage to the city that was once the sole target of the worst floods in the United States. During the mid-1990s, the sheer volume of previous floods in the downtown area of the city almost destroyed everything. After reaching the peak of their destruction during the devastating flood of 1997 that nearly doomed the downtown area of Grand Forks, residents took a stand against the natural disasters they were facing and rebuilt the entire city. About $3.5 billion in damages were fixed over a long period of time, and dams/levees were eventually built around the Red River area in order to prevent another flood from occurring. 

The Flood Memorial Monument serves as a reminder of past devastation and as a testament to the grit of North Dakotans everywhere. Today, it hosts couples and just about everybody in between looking for an escape from the daily grind of work and reality through offering a beautiful view that overlooks the Red River of the North. 


Enjoy Culturally Sensitive Art at the University of North Dakota

The North Dakota Museum of Art is a very special museum located on the University of North Dakota‘s physical campus. Centered in the century-old former University of North Dakota gymnasium, you’ll come to appreciate the cultural sensitivity of regional artists. You’ll catch a glimpse of everything from acutely detailed Asian pottery to the daily life of a contemporary Native American. Although this museum will certainly expand your horizons and conceptions of artistic expression, it also features some “comfort food” of the arts. Permanent gallery collections at the museum include an outdoor sculpture garden and a studio exhibit from New York artist Barton Lidice Benes

If it’s too hot to enjoy being outside in the summer, take a trip to UND for their skilled ice hockey scene – the North Dakota Fighting Hawks are well-known for the talent they bring to the rink every time they thoroughly demolish one of their regional university opponents. You’re sure to have a great time with the whole family cheering on your feet as UND wipes the ice with anyone who comes in between them and the winning goal.  

After you visit the North Dakota Museum Of Art, you can take a trip to Urban Stampede – the downtown coffeehouse to visit for a cup of real North Dakotan coffee. They make it strong, but even stronger is the potential for intimate human connection at their coffee bar. People can engage in conversation with complete strangers, and since its inception in 1992, the owner of Urban Stampede claims that many people who first met at his bar have since gotten married.  

You can also visit Grand Forks‘ other downtown buildings for more fun and exploration. The city‘s cosmopolitan downtown culture ensures that everybody feels welcome, no matter where they come from. Moreover, the historic downtown artifact buildings Grand Forks is famous for will wow you with the story of strength and stamina that originated from this very city during the 1990s. 

Previous floods may have brought the city of Grand Forks to its knees, but the uplifting energy of Grand Forks shines through every memorialized building that is available for the public to witness. 54-foot crested flood waves couldn’t break the spirit of Grand Forks in 1997, so you’d better believe that nothing else will either! 

Resilience is the name of the game for everyone inhabiting this city, and a shared gratefulness for (currently) better days comes along with that level of past perseverance. This means that everyone is treated like they’re part of the family in Grand Forks. 

Contact Us Today!

If you think that the city of Grand Forks is right for your family, contact Designer Homes today. We have affordable floor plans and luxury townhomes available in the Grand Forks area throughout a range of customer budgets, each of which cost anywhere from a few hundred thousand dollars to millions. 

Our team of dedicated and knowledgeable realtors will assist you in making the right luxury choice for your brand new home! Please call or email us today for more information or to schedule a no-obligation consultation with our team.