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Ideal Plot Of Land For New Home

First, figure out exactly what you want out of your house. How many bedrooms do you need? How many bathrooms would you like? How many people will be living in the household on a daily basis? Do you have guests stay with you from time to time? This will help determine the amount of interior square footage you will need. Once you have a rough estimate of your interior household’s design and square footage, begin working on the exterior estimate for your home. Will you be installing an in-ground pool? Will you have a guest house? Will you have a 3-car garage? Will you have a garden? Take all of these ideas into account so you can determine what type of land will be friendly toward your endeavors, and exactly how large of a lot you will need (when combined with your estimate of the interior square footage).

Next, you will want to decide on the architectural type of house you’d like. Will you be going with a more modern home that uses large, open spaces, large windows, and high ceilings? Or will you go with a more traditional home that consists of just the opposite? Why does this matter? For example, if you choose to go with a modern home, you’ll want a lot that will be exposed to a lot of light and you’ll want to have good air flow around your home.

Lastly, you’ll want to ask all the natural questions you’d ask yourself about a piece of land. Will this plot be exposed to lots of flooding? Is it a disaster if an earthquake comes through? Are there too many trees close to my house? Will a hurricane be likely in this area? Don’t forget the simple things as well as the “disaster” scenarios. How close are you to amenities? Will you have access to city/county water lines, sewage and electricity? Is the area exposed to a lot of crime?

By answering these questions, you should be well on your way to picking a lot that is ideal for your home. There will always be different types of questions to ask in different regions, but these should generally guide you along the right path. Once you’ve selected the right plot, you’ll want to begin the appropriate paperwork to get the lot transferred to your ownership.