Recently the Wall Street Journal writer, Beth Decarbo, wrote about her experience selling her home in New York and building a custom home in South Carolina. I was proud to be quoted in the article.
“In the beginning, clients don’t want to divulge budget numbers because they don’t know yet if they can trust you. It goes so much faster when you talk about the nickels and dimes up front”.
- David Cooper, Managing Director, CT Valley Homes
|Wall Street Journal By Beth DeCarbo|
Five Things I Wish I Had Known Before I Built My House
Maybe on Beth's next build, she would consider offsite construction to build a home.
The site work is done while the home is being built in a controlled factory environment. In my experience, the result is a more predictable / shorter build cycle with fewer unexpected costs.
This also soothes some of those emotional ups and downs of the entire home building process.
Read Beth Decarbo's full Wall Street Journal article here.