Recent news releases coming from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) have highlighted the encouraging rising levels of new home sales, single family housing starts, and builder confidence in many regions across the country. Country Club Homes, Inc. hopes that our neighboring Fairfield County residents interested in building custom new homes will see these factors as very positive reasons to build.
Now is the time to consider building a new home, especially with historically low mortgage interest rates now available.
Reports from the recent NAHB’s International Builders’ Show in Orlando, Florida, revealed a few outstanding 2012 new home building trends. Country Club Homes, Inc. is continuously looking for building trends and opportunities that may benefit our new home building clients, encouraging them to take advantage of “…emerging market trends that incorporate creative use of materials, layouts and features that provide maximum utility and beauty while being cost-conscious at the same time.” (NAHB)
Here are a few of the more noteworthy trends:
- Reworked Spaces: New homes are accommodating techno-centric and busy lifestyles by reworking traditional kitchen and living room spaces into high-family interaction and high-traffic areas containing (or adjacent to) home management and recreation centers
- Multi-generational Living: With different generations within families combining resources and living together now, homes require multiple master and kitchen suites, often with one located on the ground floor for accessibility to aging-in-place parents.
- More Impact, Less Cost: In order to optimize cost effective and energy efficient home design, architects and builders are now more frequently utilizing attractive window and fenestration details to add depth and detail to the facade of residential structures.
Now is the time to build a custom new home that includes the latest new home design trends and contemporary lifestyle accommodations. These new home design trends offer safe, energy efficient, modern homes at near record-low interest rates to families.
Are you interested in building a new custom home in the Fairfield County, Connecticut area? Please contact Country Club Homes to discuss your Fairfield County, CT new home plans.
Image via Country Club Homes, Inc. Portfolio