Frequently Asked Questions
How do I find land for building in West Asheville?
The location will be the top priority for most home builders. I recommend you connect with a mortgage lender first and then a local real estate professional to help you determine your budget and find the right land to build on in the West Asheville or greater Asheville area.
What kind of cost can I expect?
The cost of building a new home in West Asheville will vary depending on a number of factors. Whether you have plans already selected or you need to work with our architect, your choice will impact the overall cost of the project. However, once we establish a budget, I will stick to it to prevent any unnecessary surprises. I will be with you every step of the way so you understand the cost from start to finish.
How do I know what plans will work for me?
Milo General Contractor, LLC can partner with a world-renowned architect who can work with you to design a home that fits your lifestyle for now and the future. Or, you can bring your own plans to the table and talk to us about your homebuilding needs.
How will my project be permitted?
Working with a general contractor in Asheville, like Milo General Contractor, LLC, allows for you to be hands-off in the permitting process. I will obtain every permit necessary and oversee all of the required inspections throughout the process.
How do I get started?
If you want to work with Milo General Contractor, LLC, contact me today to start the process. I can talk about all of the necessary steps for the home building process in West Asheville and beyond. If you have more questions, feel free to let me know.
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