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Custom Housing Trends Considered by Trinity Custom Homes

Feb 27 2013 12:00AM

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AUGUSTA, GA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/27/13 -- Trinity Custom Homes reports that an increasing number of homebuyers are becoming more interested in having an active role in the customization, planning, and construction of their houses. The company adds this to a list of current custom housing trends released by the Chicago Tribune, which highlights smart homes, distinctive spaces, and homebuyer transparency as key in today's housing market.

According to the article, smart homes are both viable and popular options for homebuyers in 2013: "No longer the domain of science fiction, smart homes have increasingly entered homebuyers' radar. From a smartphone or tablet, homeowners can control lighting, HVAC, televisions, security systems, and more." While smart homes and distinctive spaces are listed separately on the article's list, the technology incorporated into smart homes can add to the unique nature of a house. Distinctive spaces are those that are customized to the needs and tastes of individual homeowners, allowing them to create one of a kind living areas that they will enjoy for years to come. As such, the trend of cookie cutter housing is decidedly out of the picture for most of today's homebuyers.

Finally, the transparency that is maintained between homeowners and builders has become more important. In fact, many buyers are insisting on a higher degree of communication with builders to both ensure the proper execution of their plans and engage in the homebuilding process, which is one that many buyers treasure.

"At Trinity Custom Homes, we agree that new homebuyers are becoming more astute in their decision making process," asserts a representative from the company. "Over the last few years, customers have shown more interest in the details of their new homes, including personally designed kitchen layouts, custom master suites, and oversized showers. Trinity Custom Homes also sees more customers wanting to be more involved in the construction process of their new home, whether this entails just being on the site more frequently or physically painting their home and having their own flooring installed."

The professionals at Trinity Custom Homes encourage individuals who are considering buying a new house to think about the many customization options that a personalized house plan has to offer -- and the ways in which a unique house will benefit them and their families.

ABOUT:

For the last 10 years, Trinity Custom Homes has catered to clients in the states of Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Alabama. The professionals at Trinity Custom Homes provide these clients with 100 percent custom building services and solid wood construction, including stock floor plans that are open to personalization. As a result, the company is able to provide the individualized services that are necessary to help clients turn their dream of owning a custom home into a reality.

To learn more about Trinity Custom Homes visit www.trinitycustom.com.



Source: Marketwire


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