Building a Home in The Mohawk Valley

Building a new home in central New York can be a daunting process. There are many factors you need to take into consideration when building a new home in this area, from the weather we experience here in central New York, to the state and local laws affecting homebuilding, to how you’ll finance your new home.

The Home Builders & Remodelers Association of the Mohawk Valley is a great resource for building a home

building a homeIt’s difficult to know where to start. Do you need financing? What types of documents will your financial institution require to get started? Do you have to buy some property? Where can you find a reputable realtor? You’ll also need to take into account proper insulation and windows, as well as an HVAC system that can help you keep warm during our frigid winter months and keep you cool during our sweltering summers. When you couple these factors with the need to comply with local and state ordinances, building your dream home can become, well, a nightmare!

That’s where the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Mohawk Valley (HBRMV) comes in. We’ll help you from the start and guide you through the process, so you’ll be able to concentrate on seeing your dream home come together. Our members are dedicated to providing you with great products and services – and they want to make your homebuilding experience proceed as smoothly as possible.

We have put together some resources to help you get started building your dream home:

When you choose to work with an HBRMV member, we’ll help you find the resources you need to build your home from start to finish. Our members include realtors, lending institutions, builders and remodelers, and designers – all prepared to help you from start to finish. By choosing an HBRMV member, you’ll have virtually endless resources available – giving you peace of mind.

If you’d like to learn more about how HBRMV can help you with your building project, please contact us today.

Options to consider when building a house in the Mohawk Valley