3 Tips for the First-Time Homebuyer in Indiana

3 Tips for the First-Time Homebuyer in Indiana

Buying your first home can be exciting and nerve-wracking at the same time. There’s so much to think about and plan for, so where do you begin? The team at Steiner homes would like to offer you some guidance. Here are three tips for the first-time homebuyer in...
Brick vs. Siding When Building A Home

Brick vs. Siding When Building A Home

When you purchase a new home, you’re inundated with numerous questions. How many bedrooms and bathrooms do you want? What type of flooring should be in each room? What about lighting options? And those are just the choices you need to make for the home’s...
Spec Homes vs. Custom Homes: Which Is Right for You?

Spec Homes vs. Custom Homes: Which Is Right for You?

When you’re shopping for a new home, you’ll typically find that custom homes and spec homes are two of the most prevalent options. How do they differ, and which one is right for you? We’ll give you a simple run-down so you can find out. What is a...
The Most Expensive Part of Building a House

The Most Expensive Part of Building a House

When looking at the costs associated with building a home, you might experience quite a bit of sticker shock. According to Forbes, as of July 2021, the average cost to build a home was about $300,000, without factoring in the cost of a lot. Homes built in Indiana come...
Rambler House vs Ranch House

Rambler House vs Ranch House

Clients building new homes typically put together a “non-negotiables” list for their new house. This list can include everything from square footage and number of bedrooms, to must-have features and layout design. One of the biggest non-negotiables is...
What Is A Subdivision?

What Is A Subdivision?

Looking for a new home, or having your own built and tailored to your needs, can be an intriguing experience filled with many questions. So, it’s best to understand your options while being aware of your own needs to make the best decision. Sometimes the hardest...
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