We’ll Have 9 Bedrooms Please…

If houses were Hollywood couples, the 2011 building trend would be named Downganize, downsize and organize. For many homeowners in 2011, supersized homes with supersized yard work and utility bills are giving people heart attacks. People’s lifestyles are not the same as they were just a few years ago.

The downganizing trend was on its way with baby boomers selling their 6 bedroom homes and increased with first time home buyer tax credits. People are still investing in homes and new construction is highly desired among buyers, but with a much greater emphasis on quality of space vs. quantity of space. New construction has shifted from supersized with a shake, to small or medium with special sauce on the side.

TC Homes is a general contractor with many models to choose from. Choose a home with square footage as high as you would like, but TC is also proud to offer smaller square footage floor plans that maximize living and offer multi-purpose designs, money-saving appliances, recycle centers and sustainable materials used throughout the home. Two of TC Homes’ popular single family models include the Ridgemont and the Ashton. TC is also proud to be the builder for Parker Village, a multi-unit community in Robbinsdale, MN.

If you or someone you know are interested in downganizing, let TC Homes show you how less square footage can feel like the smartest investment you’ve ever made.  Contact our in-house broker/realtor today!

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