Scott Homebuilders

Fresh off their 10-year anniversary celebration this spring, CandysDirt.com Approved Builder Scott Homebuilders has brought another high-end beauty to market. This one is a four-bed, four-and-a-half bath Midcentury Modern steps away from Midway Manor Park and an easy walk to Shorecrest Park.

The solar-ready home comes with a three-car garage wired for electric charging and is energy-efficient from top to bottom. Located at 4020 Adrian Drive in Dallas and with an asking price of $1,225,00 the 4,000-square-foot home has so much to offer.  You can see the Scott Homebuilders listing website here, but take a spin through some of the photos we have for you. (more…)

Scott Homebuilders, a CandysDirt.com Approved Builder, will have eight new custom homes on the market.

 
By Amy Rose Dobson
Special Contributor
 
The high-end developer Scott Homebuilders is in the process of delivering eight custom homes that meet the dual purpose of providing a luxurious place to live all while staying within affordable price guidelines. We’re excited to show you one of the first ones to deliver and give you a peek inside to see how Scott Homebuilders were able to create such a masterpiece. 
 

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Last week, the Trump Administration announced a new tariff of up to 24 percent on Canadian lumber. According to a report by CNN Money, Canadian lumber accounts for nearly a third of all lumber used in the United States, and the new duty could raise the price of homebuilding by six percent, on average.

“For builders, it’ll increase the cost of construction by about $3,000 on the average home, which unfortunately will be passed on to consumers,” said Jerry Howard, CEO of [the National Association of Home Builders].

Builders argue that higher prices will translate into a slowdown of construction activity that could cost 8,000 U.S. jobs and $500 million in lost wages.

How could a lumber tariff affect homebuilding in Dallas-Fort Worth? We reached out to John Scott of Scott Homebuilders for a clearer picture of how local trades and buyers could be impacted.

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2016 homebuilding trends

“Barnitecture” is one of the big 2016 homebuilding trends, with elements like rough-hewn ceiling beams mixed with more contemporary elements. This home is by LRO Residential. Photo: Shoot2Sell Photography

The 2015 real estate market in Dallas-Fort Worth went down in the books as the best in three decades, and year-end housing construction numbers placed Dallas as one of the country’s top building markets.

North Texas is headquarters to some enormously talented (and busy!) builders. We’ve asked the best and brightest among them to tell us their predictions for 2016 homebuilding trends. They’ve also given us some gorgeous photos that illustrate how those trends are showing up in their work. You won’t want to miss this!

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