If you prefer to be in a more rural setting, possibly a city with a smaller population or backing to a countryside, you may be interested in the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) mortgage program which can offer no down payment, no closing costs and a low interest rate*.
Buying a newly constructed home has a lot of advantages over purchasing an existing home. When you buy a newly constructed home, whether it’s a spec or “showcase” home or one that you’re having custom built, understanding the process, from planning and financing all the way through to closing, will help you get the most of what you want in your brand-new home.
With historically low interest rates and great home prices, you have even more of a reason to buy a new home in Des Moines right now. At Hubbell Homes, whether you want to move now or in a few months, we have a large selection of homes for you to choose from.
If you’re buying a new custom home this year (or remodeling your current home), choosing flooring is on your long list of important to-dos. Focus your search by attending to these current trends as they have the potential to be beautiful, functional, and stylish for many years.
As the Iowa summer comes to a close and fall descends upon the Des Moines metro, it is time to prepare your home for the winter. It is not as simple as bringing in the planters and lawn furniture; these steps are important to maintaining a healthy home.
Customizing your future home can take your base floorplan from typical to atypical with just a handful of choices. Through Hubbell’s new home path, we make the choices easy and the process even easier.