Different Types Of House Plans {awesome|amazing|Great|Special}

Are you planning on constructing a house? There are many plans that you can use. Some of the best ones include:

Cranberry Plan

The plan is characterized by a house that is rectangular in shape and comes with an added porch. There is also a center chimney and a front door that is placed at the center of the house. The roof is a steep pitch and the windows are double hung.

The plan is also called a one-and-a-half floor plan because the interior rooms of the second floor are box-like. The attic makes the house have a square shape. The unique thing with the plan is that the ceiling height of the first and second floor is 71/2 feet.

Hearth Plan

It’s almost similar to the cranberry plan, but with a few modifications. The modifications include:

Larger, more modern picture window with traditional panes

An overhand multi-level roof that is similar to a western bungalow

A built-in flower box that is mainly made for ornamental purposes

An elevated roof that has an American bungalow design. This makes it possible for you to expand the second-floor.

Full Pleasure Plan

Although, it’s an early American design, it’s very common in the modern world. The plan is characterized by a rectangular shape that comes with a garage addition. It also has double-hung windows, shingle, center hall floor, and a roof that is a steep pitch.

Tradition Plan

The traditional plan has a number of features that are similar to those found in colonial homes from the American south. The homes have a rectangular shape, steep pitch, and a center hall floor plan.

To make the plan modern there have been a number of modifications such as: front dormers, large picture window, imposing chimney and a fireplace that has been integrated into the exterior wall. These houses are designed to be constructed using bricks.

Jewel Plan

Many architects say that this plan has many unusual features. For example, it has a front door that is placed slightly off-center. The plan also has a larger, more modern picture window that comes with a glass block trim. There is also siding that includes stones, shingles and vertical panels.

Conclusion

These are some of the plans that you can go for. Regardless of the plan that you choose you should ensure that it’s done by a qualified, professional, and easy-to-talk to architect. This calls for you to do thorough research to find the professional.



Source by Harish Manne Rao

Custom Home Builders Vs Tract & Spec Homes – What’s the Difference? {awesome|amazing|Great|Special}

The terms Custom Home Builder, Spec Home Builder and Tract Home Builder sometimes can be used interchangeably.   However, this is not always the case as each one has different functions therefore constructing different types of residential structures.. 

Custom Home Builder

These build unique homes.   The architectural style, size and amenities will conform to the buyers needs and wishes.  Generally, the homeowner or home builder decide on variables that will make it different from others.  Usually, lot’s of planning and time are involved and many revisions until the “perfect” design is achieved.

It might be small, medium or large in size.  Perhaps has standard features or high end luxury features.  They are not always elaborate gorgeous large palatial estates.  While that is often the case it is not always.

For example, a retired couple may want a custom home built that is only 1500 square feet and has 2 bedrooms with and 2 bathrooms.  The floor plan might be a U in shape with the kitchen on one end, living room in the middle and 2 bedrooms on the other end.  The garage will not be attached.  The wood trim package will be a stain grade brazilian hardwood and the wood floors will be the same.   So, a large estate or small estate could both be unique.

Spec Home Builders

These are built to be sold.  The builder speculates that he will make money from this transaction of buying a lot and building  on it. It may be sold during construction but the idea is a builder buys a parcel of land and builds a custom or semi-custom home on the lot and than sells it.  Spec homes are not always large & spacious.  They could just as well be medium sized with average features.

The builder decides the floor plan rather than the home buyer since it is not sold yet.  In a sense it is a custom home since it is not a standard run of the mill house in a tract subdivision.    However, it could be  very plain or it might be a high end decorated estate.  Either way it would be thought of as a Spec Home.

Tract Home Builders

Usually referred to as “subdivisions”.    Tract homes  are built by  developers who own a large piece (tract) of land that is divided into many smaller lots upon which to build homes.  The land is often warehoused until the economy is favorable to new subdivisions.  The developer has model homes chosen which the customers can choose from.  For example they may have offer 4 floor plans of various sizes and shapes and will put 25 of each model on the 100 lots of this subdivision.

Once the models are built the builder begins selling them.  They usually have an open home and several model homes for the prospective buyers  to walk through which are tastefully decorated  to give the buyers an idea of how nice their new home could look all furnished.  Usually the subdivision is built in phases and once the 1st phase is nearing completion and all sold out than a next phase will begin according to demand.  They  are generally sold by real estate agents and real estate brokers.  The model homes are usually staffed by a licensed real estate agent.



Source by David Scheer

Bring The Fresh New Program With Kelly Felix AKA The Rich Jerk {awesome|amazing|Great|Special}

If you have been around online, in the home business niche for any period of time, then you have undoubtedly heard of the “Rich Jerk” or “R.J.” for short. For years, no one knew who the real Rich Jerk really was. All we knew was that “R.J.” had the #1 selling e-book on the ClickBank marketplace for several years running, and it is still cranking in heavy sales to this day.

The “Rich Jerk” is this concocted character, created by a man named Kelly Felix. The sales letter started out something like “Dear loser…I’m rich and your not…” The Rich Jerk idea came out of poking fun at guys like Don Lapre and Tom Vu with their crazy money-making infomercials from way back in the day. Funny thing is however, that RJ’s eBook was the real deal. I bought it back in 2007 I think, and came to realize that what he was selling was exactly what I was already doing to bring in 150 plus optin leads a day to my online business at that time.

Even the late great Gary Halbert knew that Kelly was giving away quite possibly the only true secret to generating traffic and sales on the Internet, no matter what anyone else had to say. He published this fact in several issues of “The Gary Halbert Papers” newsletter.

Anyway, I stumbled upon a guy who knew another guy, that knew this guy, that was working with the real deal. The real man behind the Rich Jerk, Mr. Kelly Felix.To make this long story just a little bit shorter, I was able to connect with Kelly on his cell, as well as the infamous Mike Long, co-creator of multiple success stories himself; “Traffic Secrets,” “Stomper Net” with John Reece, etc, etc..

Their latest program is called Bring the Fresh. This is SEO or search engine optimization at its best. I am absolutely loving the program, and learning a ton.

Enough with the history lesson already! I had to share my entire 5 plus years of online history with both Mike and Kelly before they would green light me to work with them on this project, and I am really honored to be doing so.

Kelly is certainly no Jerk, nor is Mike, and these guys know exactly how to create HUGE fortunes online.

Bring the Fresh is doing just what the name says, it is bringing something totally fresh to a very battered home based business industry.

Visit Home Biz Reviews For a complete run down.

Enjoy!



Source by Bill Tannar