Preparation is Key to Buying a New Home in a Hot Housing Market

What do you really want in a new home? You’ve already determined your price range and what neighborhoods are most convenient in terms of proximity to work and social activities but in this market where inventory levels are at an all-time low, be sure you have an exact plan before embarking on your search. Make […]

Rob Rice Homes Wins Best of South Sound

For the fourth time since 2013, Rob Rice Homes, the area’s largest local builder, was recognized as the Best of South Sound Contractor in New Construction in an annual poll of The Olympian newspaper’s readers throughout the South Puget Sound. In a recent awards ceremony hosted by the Thurston County Chamber of Commerce and The Olympian that drew […]

How Do Solar Panels Work?

Did you know solar power made up 40% of all new electric capacity installed in 2014?  It is only expected to increase in years to come.  Learn how solar panels work below. For more information please visit: www.saveonenergy.com

Buying New or Resale? The Builder is Key.

When buying a home in Washington, the question people often ask is whether they should buy a new home or one that has been previously owned, what is known in real estate as a “re-sale”. Ask one of the area’s top Realtors the question and you will get quite an education on ways to make […]

The Advantages of Buying a New Home from a Local Builder

There will be many opinions as to whether a new home or a resale home is better or whether to buy a home from a national new home builder or a local builder. Here is a list of some of the benefits of buying a new construction home from a local builder: New Homes • […]

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