Tag: home building

How Does the Home Buying Process Work?

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Even if you’ve purchased a home in the past, the home buying process can feel quite overwhelming. There are a lot of steps, and everything needs to happen in the right order. Any unforeseen holdup could cost you both time and money, so it’s best to do everything possible to make sure you follow the process and have everything you need.Let’s take a look at how the home buying process works so you know what to expect.Figuring Out Your Down Payment And Closing...

5 Reasons Edison Homes Is a Great Saskatchewan Home Builder

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Building a brand-new home from scratch can feel like a daunting project. You want to be sure you’re getting everything your family needs in a home. You want a home made from high-quality materials to impeccable building standards, and you want all of this within your budget.Getting all of these things starts with finding a great Saskatchewan home builder.But how do you know when you’ve found the right one?At Edison Homes, our goal is to create quality homes that...

6 Ways to Decide Which Saskatoon Home Builder to Work With

You’ve made the decision: you’re going to build a brand new home! But you want to get it just right. That means finding the right home builder in Saskatoon for your family.And while the process may feel overwhelming at first, it’s surprisingly easy to tackle the decision once you start to break it down into smaller decisions.People value different things when it comes to home builders, so we’ve come up with a few methods you can use to make a shortlist. From...

5 Questions to Ask a Potential Home Builder

Finding the right home builder is an important step in building your dream home. You’re going to have a lot of questions – rightly so! Here are five questions that you shouldn’t skip discussing with a potential builder.1. Are you licensed & insured?This should be a quick question with no hesitation (our answer is yes!), but some answers may surprise you. If you are financing the construction, your lender will require proof of licensing and insurance, but even...