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What to Do Within the First Year of Owning a New Home

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Buying a new home can feel a lot like graduating from college. For years you struggle, sacrifice, and put in the hard work, then comes the day when you earn your degree, which is not a guarantee for a job but a credential that can open many doors. Owning a new home can be a lot like that. You suddenly have this new brand new accomplishment under your belt and it feels great but then you begin to learn there’s more to it than that.

You’re not alone. Many new homeowners are caught off guard once the costs of owning a home begin to settle in. Not to worry—you’re in good hands. Here at Palo Verde Homes, we work with buyers we believe will be successful in their journey as a homeowner and do our part to ensure you know just what you’re getting into so you can enjoy this lifetime accomplishment, as you should! As Benjamin Franklin said, “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.”

What to Do in the First Couple of Weeks

Okay now that Franklin’s quote as settled in, it’s to plan out a couple of key items. Shortly after you move in, within the first weeks, there is a couple of home maintenance you’ll want to handle:

  • Do a thorough walk-through of the home and look for any possible repairs. Before you begin unpacking and setting up the home, including hanging decorations on the wall, you want to make the home doesn’t require any repairs. In the event a repair is needed, it’s much more difficult to have it done once there’s furniture in the home.
  • Check all appliances and electrical outlets. Although this is something that will be inspected in the walk-through, it’s always a good idea to test out your appliances within the first weeks of moving in to make sure everything is intact.
  • Know who to call in the event of an emergency. Whether you’re new to the area or El Paso in general, you want to know who to call outside of 911. For example, a local plumber, electrician, insurance agent, gas leak, and other home damages. Having these numbers on hand can prevent losing any valuable time, which is especially critical in an emergency situation.
  • Keep an emergency supply kit somewhere safe. In the same sense, you want to make sure you have a supply kit stored nearby in the event of a power outage. For example, if the lights go out you’ll have a flashlight on hand. It also doesn’t hurt to store non-perishable food and water in your pantry as well as blankets and other essential items one would need if the electricity goes out.

What to Do on a Monthly Basis

Owning a new home certainly has its perks. For one, you won’t have to worry about unexpected damage or severe home maintenance issues such a leaking roof. However, there are items you will need to keep track of and handle on a monthly basis. These include:

  • Change the air filters each month. This will help keep the air inside clean. Some people extend this to two or three months but if you’re running your AC or heater on a daily basis, it’s a good idea to replace the filters each month.
  • Test the carbon monoxide detector and other home alarm systems. The batteries in carbon monoxide detectors can stop working without notice so it’s a good idea to test the detector once a month just to ensure the batteries are working. This applies to other battery-operated doctors.   
  • Flush out the water to remove accumulated sediment. Water can cause appliances such as your washing machine or sinks to stop working much sooner. This is because the chemicals in the water will damage the pipes. As a precaution to the water you’re drinking and using for other household chores, it’s a good idea to check your water softener and replenish the salt if needed.    
  • Clean the garbage disposal. Like many commonly used but often forgotten areas of the home, the garbage disposal can easily get dismissed. We recommend marking these monthly maintenance items in your calendar on days that are easy to remember. For example, every 10th day of the month throw some ice cubes in the garbage disposal and turn on the grinder then flush it out with hot water and some baking soda. This will clean out all the residue that tends to stay behind.

Every Spring and/or Fall

While El Paso is fortunate to have rather mild and predictable weather, we do see a changing of the seasons, even if it’s not as dramatic as the leaves changing colors or the first snowfall. In our city, it’s more like the first day of triple-digit weather or the first full day of rain. Regardless of how you observe the changing of the season, at least twice a year when it gets cold/warm out, you want to do these items:

  • Have your roof inspected. New roofs don’t require nearly as much work as older homes but keeping it safe and damage free is as easy as a yearly routine inspection.
  • Remove any leaves or debris from the gutters. This will prevent the backflow of water, which can result in foundational issues or other structural damage.
  • Check your plumbing and make sure the pipes are all working. Just like a new roof, your plumbing won’t be difficult to deal with but it’s best to have your pipes inspected at least once a year.
  • Inspect your home appliances. From your oven to the washing machine and refrigerator, it’s a good idea to inspect your home appliances on a seasonal basis. Any small issues are much more feasible to repair than larger electrical issues.
  • Do a walk-through of your home’s exterior. If you don’t spend a lot of time outside, exterior issues are easy to dismiss. Make sure to do a rigorous walk-through of your home and look for any damage such as splitting paint, vegetation that requires work, a faulty door, or any issues with your irrigation system.    
  • Check for any cracks or gaps in the windows. Again, for a new home, it may be uncommon for the area around the windows to begin cracking or splitting but as caution and preventable measures, inspect your windows. Look for gaps between the trim and exterior siding as well any new caulk that needs to be re-applied.     

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Yes, having a home is work. But is it worth it? Absolutely! In a list format, it may seem like there’s a lot to do but since most of these items are spread out and can easily be tackled within a day or two, it won’t be as nearly as tiring as one might imagine. It’s also a good idea to call in a professional for some of the items, which often involves an inspection and update on that part of your home. Knowing is better than not knowing when it comes to home damage. Most importantly, doing these items will help keep the pristine look and feel of your new home.

If you have any specific questions about your new Parlo Verde Home, please connect with us today!

Expand Your Horizons: Why Horizon City is a Great Place to Buy a Home

There is a lot of growth and development happening around the El Paso metropolitan area. The city and its surrounding communities add up to more than 800,000 people and a lot of traffic of folks going back and forth across the border. This means a lot of hustle and bustle within the city limits and why a lot of people are looking outward at communities like Horizon City, Texas. If you are shopping around for a place to build your home, Horizon City might be the perfect place for you. Last month, we took a brief look at some of the communities where we build to give you an overview. Let’s take a closer look at why this particular area might be where you build your dream home.
Let’s Start With The Facts
According to U.S Census information, in 2017, the city had a population of approximately 19,000 people. Horizon is within El Paso County and is located Southeast from the city of El Paso.  The city takes its name from the Horizon Corporation, a real estate development corporation which first developed it as a community in the 1960s. The estimated median household income is about 52,000, which is slightly higher than the city of El Paso.

Looking for the Small Town Feel

Many Americans today require the amenities and job opportunities of a bigger city but enjoy the remoteness of a smaller municipality like Horizon. This city offers the small town feel to many people that reside here. There are plenty of places to eat and groceries, but it is not overpopulated or heavily trafficked. This small town also has a lot of open space and feels a lot less crowded than some of the suburbs within the city limits. You may very well find lots that are much bigger and with more wide open space for a backyard, pool, etc.

Schools & Community

Horizon, City is home to several high-quality schools and a vibrant community.  These include Horizon Heights Elementary School and Desert Hills Elementary. Some of its middle schools include Horizon Middle, Ricardo Estrada Junior High, and Colonel John E. Ensor Middle. The head high school includes Horizon High home of the Scorpions.

Palo Verde In Horizon City

One of the communities where we build includes Horizon, City along within communities outside the El Paso area. Palo Verde has been named the builder of the year for three years in a row and part of that is that we know how to choose great communities and, of course, build high-quality beautiful luxury homes unlike any others in the area.

Luxury in West El Paso: Find a Home in Cimarron Sage Neighborhood

If you’ve lived in El Paso for a few years, you know how essential the Franklin Mountains are to the region. They tower over the sprawling urban landscape and yet give residents an important reminder of the magnificence and majesty of nature and her far-reaching presence in our lives. The westside of El Paso has a very unique view and access of these incredible geological wonders. One of these attractive new neighborhoods is the Cimarron Sage area, where many of our new homes are privy to the beauty of the Southwestern landscape.

The Southwestern Landscape

Sometimes referred to as the southernmost end of the Rocky Mountain chain, the Franklin’s extend from the Mexican border northward to El Paso, Texas and parts of New Mexico. The mountains are home to 37-square mile Franklin Mountain State Park and one of the largest urban park in the nation. Enjoy desert wildlife like jackrabbits, desert cottontail rabbits, possums, skunks, badgers and racoons. Also, don’t miss the coyotes, gray foxes, mule deer, and more. Recent development has paved bike paths and trails in the surrounding areas as well, which makes it a very active and vibrant community. Take your pick from biking, hiking, running, or enjoying a day at the community parks or walking trails with easy access to Loop 375 and Interstate 10.

Recent Development in the Area

The westside of town has also seen some burgenong development of restaurants, entertainment centers, and shopping centers easily accessible to residents of the area. Areas like the West Towne Marketplace, an open-air retail and entertainment destination with beautiful landscaping, trees, and plenty of parking space; it’s located on the corner of I-10 West and Paseo Del Norte. The shopping center extends 500,00 square feet of retail, restaurants, and entertainment—well known destinations like TJ Maxx, Cabelas, PetsMart, and Walmart. This adds a whole layer of convenience to the area.

Our Floor Plans

We offer a variety of floor plans in this neighborhood. Here is a quick overview of some of the options:
IRIS CIM: An attractive 8ft. Front door and patio door, as well as high elegant 9ft ceilings. This is a three bedroom and two full bath home that features a zoned master suite, walk-in closet, and kitchen pantry.
IRONWOOD II: This home is inspired with Spanish-style architecture including beautiful tile roofing, a large master bedroom towards the back of the home with elegant master bathroom. Other two bedrooms close to the towering 8 ft door. The home also has a patio and wide open spaces that connect the dining area, living area, and kitchen.
SPANISH BROOM: Another Spanish-inspired two-story design featuring open living spaces with a roomy upstairs loft. The master suite is upstairs and houses it’s walk-in closet. The kitchen has plenty of open space, counter space, kitchen island, and pantry.

Choose the Best in Luxury Living

Palo Verde Homes offers a variety of layouts to fit your lifestyle and your family. With all of today’s modern amenities, beautiful Southwestern style with Spanish architectural influence, you can choose a one-level or two-level home to begin your story anew. So if you’re ready to live in style, to enjoy the beautiful natural landscapes of the Franklin Mountains, and begin a life in a new home, call us today for more information or a closer look at all of our floor plans.

Five Reasons To Buy a Home in El Paso, Texas

Yes, we are at the Westernmost tip of the state and don’t often get included with the bigshot cities in the middle of the state. That doesn’t mean, however, that El Paso doesn’t have its fair share of exciting news to share with the rest of the world. In fact, El Paso has seen — especially in the last couple of years — a lot of changes.
#1 Affordable Prices
El Paso median household income is about 14, 790 dollars lower than the median Texas income. El Paso cost of living is also very affordable and this makes for beautiful homes at a bargain price. The median price of a home in El Paso is currently listed as 126, 700. Compare that price to a typical San Antonio listing at 249,024. This makes quite the difference for a homeowner looking for a family home. In a study reported by Forbes magazine ranking cities where people can live comfortably for less than $60,000, El Paso was high on the list.
#2 Buyer’s Market
A report in 2018, stated that El Paso was a healthy buyers market and had positive growth prospects for the upcoming year. The city’s market is seeing a formidable buyers and sellers market, as buyers from other places like Colorado, California, and Florida are coming in to snatch up these luxury homes at a low price. This creates higher demand for city homes and keeps the market viable, growing, and strong.
#3 New Neighborhoods
The city has a growing population that went from 676,391 in 2015 to 683, 577 in 2017. El Paso has several areas that have been showing a lot of development. From the Northeast to the downtown area, to far East, to NorthWest part of the city. Palo Verde, for example, builds homes all across the city including newest and pristine neighborhoods of Cimarron Sage. This neighborhood is the Westside’s new pride with tree-lined, walking trails, parks, open spaces, and scenic views of the Franklin Mountains. Another burgeoning neighborhood is the Tierra del Este, east of Loop 375 and in the midst of the picturesque desert landscape of the El Paso area. Can’t beat the breathtaking sunsets from the sandy terrain of the East.
#4 Great Weather
They don’t call us the Sun City for nothing. El Paso has an average of 297 sunny days a year. It is why many people with an aversion to cold, hurricanes, storms, tornadoes, or earthquakes, end up here. We have none of that. So, yes. This can save you a lot on a house on damages, insurance, and repairs. It also makes it a great place to raise a family, retire, or enjoy the great outdoors.
#5 Great Place to Raise a Family
Aside from its unique border culture, El Paso is a safe city with low crime rates. Its state University is growing every year and the city has prestigious institutions of higher learning with its community college system and other technical schools. There is a wide variety of entertainment, events, and opportunities for family events like rodeos, fairs, amusement parks, farmers markets, and more. The city has also invested a lot of money in recent years in its downtown revitalization project. This has brought great venues, events, entertainment, and art to the city including a baseball team, science museums, a new arena, etc.
Start Your New Life with Palo Verde Homes
Whether you are new to the city or have lived here your entire life and are looking for your first home, El Paso is a fine western town with the Southwest living, an influence of the cowboy, an air of Hispanic influence, a friendly population, scenic mountains, plenty of outdoor activities, and much much more. Get your new life started with a beautiful, newly-built, and modern Palo Verde Home.

The Advantage of New Properties for Your New Home

couple looking at floorplan for new properties in El PasoHouse hunting can be daunting. What are you looking for? Are you a brand new prospective homeowner? Are you looking to upgrade from your starter home? Or are you looking to upgrade your home to what you have wanted all along? Every single one of these instances can be looking for a unique layout, unique features, and a look that is all their own. Real estate agents can spend hours, weeks, months- all of this time just showing you property after property that just doesn’t fulfill what you want in your new home. That is why looking at brand new properties in the area can be exactly what you need. With Palo Verde Homes, our new properties can be custom made to suit your needs exactly. We can make your home exactly as you want it so you can stop searching amid properties that just aren’t what you need.

The Advantage of Considering Custom New Properties

Searching for a new home is more than just looking for a place to sleep. This adobe will be yours- it will have to suit your personality, your unique needs, and your plans for the future. It’s vital and crucial for you to feel like you belong in your new home. You need it to feel like home, otherwise how will it be? When you consider new properties, you can build a home that is completely yours, instead of a left over home that was made for someone else’s needs. You can choose every aspect, from the layout to the number of rooms, how those rooms will  be used, and other important details.

Considering the Your Needs Now and in the Future

First Time Homeowners

For first time homeowners, looking at house after house can be overwhelming. As a result, it can lead to hasty decisions that many couples end up regretting in the future. With new properties, new homeowners can carefully consider what they need now and what they will need in the future. For example, a couple just starting out doesn’t really need five bedrooms and a huge space. You are learning how to live as a couple and adjust to a new space. A starter home with two to three bedrooms is a good choice. You also have to consider if you want to entertain, if you want to have kids, pets, and other things that can require a bit more room. In addition, it also gives you room to decide what you really want to invest in. With the money you save by limiting your bedrooms to two or three, you can decide to have a room for entertaining to turn into a bar, or invest in landscaping in the backyard to accommodate your entertaining needs.

A Second Family Home

For those who are upgrading from a starter home to a true family home, space is usually the biggest consideration. A growing family can mean you need at least four to five bedrooms in order to let your kids have their own bedrooms, or if you have a bigger family, to allow your kids to have more room in their shared spaces. A bigger backyard can also be on the list. In addition, being able to have a separate room that is devoted to family entertainment can help separate the adults and kids so you can have your space as a couple or single parent without feeling you are knee deep in kids stuff all the time.

After the Kids – Your Golden Years Home

Sometimes, after your kids have moved out and it’s just you or you and your spouse, a change of scenery can be healthy and fulfilling. Perhaps a two story home won’t be easy on your knees as the years advance, or maybe you are tired of taking care of a pool. Perhaps you just don’t want to take care of so much space now that you don’t have to. There are many considerations to make as you get older, and being able to custom create a new property to suit your needs is usually the best way to decide where to spend your golden years.

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The Emergence of Luxury Homes and What Defines Them

interior shot of a living room built by a custom home builder

The term luxury can have multiple meanings, but in real estate, the term often refers to a home that possesses certain features, amenities, or architectural characteristics. Luxury homes have become quite popular in recent years, as people look for entrancing curb appeal and spellbinding homes that stand out from the rest. Palo Verde Homes and custom builders can help you redefine luxury the way you envision it.

What Makes Luxury?

We all know it when we hear it. Yet, it’s often hard to define. To some, it might suggest affluence, to others a mere surface extravagance, a preoccupation with polished aesthetics, but it can simply mean a home that stands out, a home that is eye-catching, creates an impression and says something special —perhaps mysterious— about the people that live there. It’s a home that is in some ways a work of art and a representation of architectural integrity and beauty.

Real estate, like any other market, is always changing and expanding. Home features and fashions change as lifestyles and culture change, but luxurious doesn’t just mean fancy finishes and intricate fountains by the pool. In this way, it is broadly defined, but certain characteristics help determine what constitutes luxury.

When it comes to real estate, luxury can mean:

Location & Surrounding Areas

One thing that defines a home is the location and its surrounding area. A home’s value is often defined by the neighborhood, neighboring houses, and the area of the city. In recent years, however, people are re-defining what good location means and it can change depending on a variety of factors. Someone might not find a gated community as their ideal location and might look for a more detached and rural sensibility. They might find a home near a park or a mountain trail to represent their idea of luxurious.

Lifestyle

Luxurious living also means a home that can provide the lifestyle you want. A lot of times this means a home that grants people the ability for unique perks that are particularly important to them. For example, privacy. The modern world is not often concerned with privacy and personal spaces, but in their home people see this as a major advantage. A lot of times this is directly connected to security and other personal concerns. Luxury homes might include long driveways, gated and/or separated yards that provide slight seclusion or shielding from the world.

Personal

In other words, customization. The very idea of a customized home translates to comfort. Homeowners that have an opportunity to define certain characteristics of their home usually opt for features that would normally categorize real estate as luxury. This might include large walk-in closets, custom floors, cabinets, or individualized rooms. Luxury is not one size fits all. It is personal and defined by the homeowner’s preferences and vision.

Technologically Advanced

Luxury is smart. By today’s definition, smart refers to possessing unique technological capacity. This usually refers to a home that is equipped with the capabilities of home automation and other smart technological features popular today. There is a wide range of smart features in newer homes and these can be anything from motion detectors, security systems, automatic AC systems, and more.

Find Your Luxury With Palo Verde

With Palo Verde Homes you have access to amazing home builders that know how to create your ideal luxurious home. Whether that means wooden floors, landscaping, or marble countertops, we can help your vision come to life. Call us today.

Purchase a New Home with a Builder

Buying a home is stressful even before the packing begins. Finding a great location is one thing, but let’s not forget your wish list, your spouse’s, the kids’, the dog’s, and your mother and mother-in-law’s demands as well. Does the home have a good kitchen and do you cook enough to justify the size? What about family get togethers, which room will they be hosted in? How about bathrooms? Do the kids really need their own bathroom? Oh! Jack and Jill doors can be easy for sharing… right? When you turn to a new home builder these questions can be answered the easy way.

Living in a New Subdivision

Such questions put excessive strain on families and individuals turning to a new home builder, and simply takes the fun out of planning for the future and looking at different homes. But how to best avoid these stresses? The answer is plain and simple: build your dream home from the ground up. Want an office space? Need a mother-in-law suite with specific bathroom requirements? Heard of a pot filler? For El Pasoans, they come in handy when the caldo pot needs filling. What about entertaining spaces? Built in lights and sound systems make awkward pauses less frequent.

Palo Verde Homes Includes You

So how does one go into the home building process? The standard practices include going to a builder and seeing a “standard” model home used for showing prospective buyers what they could make their own. However, with Palo Verde Homes these standard practices can be more than what the average homeowner bargains for. Model homes are often shown with tens of thousands of dollars worth of upgrades and additions that would bust a reasonable budget. With our new home builder, we make it a priority to show model homes that only contain standard features in the “inclusion” policy. By doing so, potential homeowners can have a clear view of what they’re walking into and what they could be purchasing.

Make the Right Move Right for You

Operating in the El Paso area for more than ten years, Palo Verde Homes allows you to customize your needs while also committing to being energy smart with each home they build. Building to Energy Star standards, Palo Verde Homes will not only take care of you, but the environment you and your family will live in. Contact them today at Palo Verde Homes to speak with an agent about constructing your house with our new home builder as well as to view floorplans. Call today, realize your dream tomorrow!

Finding the Right Home Builder

New House Building Project. Construction Contractor Worker in the Middle of Future Balcony Entrance Preparing For the Next Move. Home Builders.When you are in the market for your next home the first thing you have to consider is buying a new or pre-owned home. Once you decide that going with a new home is the right choice, the next step is thinking about builders. You want to be sure to find a reputable company that offers what you want in a home. When you are buying a home, most often times you are making the biggest investment of your life. You want to be sure that you do your research and pick what is best for your family.

Quality Building Practices

The first thing you want to find out is what kind of building practices your prospective company employs. There is a big difference between tract home builders and custom home builders. For one thing, the main goal of a tract home building company is to pump out homes. You often find that these homes are built quickly and have small defects that can creep up later on down the line. The homes may also be less expensive, but again this is due to building practices. A custom home builder is most of the time a smaller-volume builder. They are more interested in quality than quantity. You will have the opportunity to work with your contractors to pick an design the right home for your family.

Green Home

Be sure to find out if your prospective builder utilizes sustainable materials and includes building practices that can increase the Energy Star rating and energy efficiency of your home. This can include installing the right windows and appliances, using quality building materials and including the right insulation.

Custom Options

You can get more bang for your buck when you turn to a company that offers custom options for your home. This can include everything from tile and countertops to floorplans and choosing the right neighborhood. When a builder does not offer these option you may want to consider moving on. You want to be sure that you and your needs are the priority, and not pumping out the next home.

Pick the Right Home Builder

When you are making the biggest investment of your life you want to be sure that you make the right choice. Getting the most out of your money, moving into the right neighborhood and choosing a home with great energy efficiency are all important factors. Be sure to contact Palo Verde Homes today to find out more about our home building company. We offer excellent service and quality homes.

Questions to Ask Your Home Builders

Handyman shows to young couple details blueprints of their homeCreating your own home in El Paso can be quite a fun and satisfying experience. While the process may take longer that purchasing a pre-built home, it offers a wealth of benefits. Not only do you get the opportunity to customize your home, but you have the added bonus of being the first to live in it as well. When it comes to choosing the details of your home and deciding what is best for your family there is a benefit that many don’t think about at first. This is the opportunity to work with a talented and experienced home builder. These experts have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to creating houses. When a home purchase is one of the biggest investments a family makes, it is important to make the right decisions. We have a list of questions you should consider asking your builders before jumping into the process.

Ask Your Home Builders for Advice

Before you jump right into making all the decisions on your own, be sure to ask your builder for advice. If you know what you and your family needs your builder may be able to give you the expert recommendations to ensure you get the best. From questions about floorplan to the best lot available it is best to put their expertise to work.

Ask About Home Building Processes

Every home simply isn’t built the same. Some builders take the time and resources to put good practices into place. Some building materials and processes even afford the home better energy efficiency for the family. Be sure to ask about processes, materials, energy efficiency, appliances and everything else going into your home for that matter. The more you know about your future home the more confidence you can have in your investment.

Ask About Floorplans

You know what you and your family needs in a home. It is a great idea to communicate this to your home builders and ask for their advice when it comes to floorplan. While they may have several models available, they may know what will work best for you. Instead of becoming worn out on looking at dozens of options, ask to be shown the best options for your circumstances.

Palo Verde Homes

When you work with Palo Verde Homes in El Paso we are more than happy to answer your questions and share our expertise throughout the process. From the start of deciding on a lot and floorplan, to handing you the keys, we take great pride in providing excellent customer service. Be sure to give us a call to get started on your next home.

Why It’s A Great Idea to Team Up with a Home Builder

The dream of owning a home may start to look more like a nightmare the longer you think about it. If you decide to team up with a real estate agent, you may not find exactly what you have in mind. Although many people decide to simply settle and buy a home that ticks off a few of the “wants,” there is a better option. By teaming up with home builders, instead, you’ll be able to create the home of your dreams without having to cut any corners! Palo Verde Homes, in El Paso, is one of the city’s foremost home building firms. Here’s how we can help.

What’s in a Home Builder?

Get rid of the notion that building your own home is a luxury only reserved for the wealthy. Your home should perfectly suit your needs. It is where you and your family will grow and live for many years to come. Now, most people who grew up in homes that weren’t built for them get used to the inconsistencies and cramped spaces as time goes on. But when you team up with a home builder, this won’t be the case. Home builders allow you to plan for the future accordingly. Instead of moving from home to home as your family grows, you can simply choose to have one built with the future in mind.

No two home builders are the same, each one brings their own set of ideas and styles to a build. For this reason, it’s a good idea to take a look at a few different home builders to see which team aligns itself best to your hope and dreams. Don’t let a pretty facade fool you. Some home builders have gorgeous model homes but the interior and floor plan may not be as conductive or efficient as you’d expect. These are the things you need to look out for when considering home builders.

Choosing The Best Teams

When it comes to finding the right home builder, you need to choose a team you can trust fully and completely. Why not go with a team that many other El Pasoans know and trust? Palo Verde Homes is one of El Paso’s foremost home building teams, and for good reason! With our expert precision and innovative practices, our homes are always exactly what our clients want and need. It’s no wonder why we’ve been awarded multiple accolades since we first opened for business! Contact us today to learn more about how we can build your next dream home!