Central Illinois Home Building Guide
“How to Build the New Home of Your Dreams… Get the Best Quality and Craftsmanship… Within the Time Frame You Need… All While Avoiding Mistakes That Could Cost You Thousands!”
Dear Central Illinois Home Builder Friend,
Finally there’s a breakthrough guide written for people interested in building a new home in Central Illinois rather it be Champaign, Urbana, Charleston-Mattoon, Decatur, Danville, Mahomet, St. Joseph, Effingham or places in between. It’s called Your Complete Guide to Building a New Home in Central Illinois—An Insider’s Look at the Homebuilding Process. It’s 53 pages of all you need to know about building your dream home, regardless of how big, how small or in what price range.
Now this may surprise you, but you can get a FREE copy, with no catch what-so-ever.
No charge. Nothing to buy.
If you’re like me you’re probably thinking, “Nothing is free. There’s gotta be a catch.” Nope. It’s absolutely free. Scouts honor.
You cannot lose on what I’m offering you today. Read on and you’ll see why that’s true…
Hi, my name is Steve Drake and I’ve been building new homes for 30 years. I’ve been lucky enough to help over 2,500 Central Illinois families live out their life long dream of building a new home here in Central Illinois and I’ve loved every minute of it! What jazzes me the most about my business is watching my clients’ reaction when they walk into their brand new home once it’s completed. I’ve seen big smiles, tears of joy, shocking amazement, hard-to-contain excitement and in one case, I actually had a client jump up and down several times, fall on the floor, start crying, stand up with her face all red, and wrap her arms around me and give me a big fat hug.
There’s nothing like it. My company, Drake Homes, enjoys a stellar reputation for building the finest crafted homes in Central Illinois, which we’ve earned one home, one family at a time. We’ve built semi-custom homes priced from $150,000 to custom luxury homes well over a $1,000,000, and we continue to do so everyday.
Now please understand that I’m not saying all this to toot my own horn.
The last thing I want to do is give you a fancy sales pitch, bragging about how great Drake Homes is, and we’re the only good home builder in Central Illinois… Not true. And that would be a turn off anyway. I’m simply providing you with a few “qualifiers”—FACTS about me—reasons why YOU might read on and hear what I have to say about home builders and building a new home here in Central Illinois.
You see, I’ve seen it all when it comes to new home builders and building a new home in this business, from the good to the ugly. And fortunately, I’ve kept great notes on what I’ve learned, seen and heard. Now I’m ready to divulge to you THE MOST IMPORTANT INFORMATION YOU NEED TO BUILD THE HOME OF YOUR DREAMS (that makes the difference between a successful construction project completed within budget, on time and of top quality craftsmanship versus a project that is weighed down with struggles and costly oversights and poor construction).
Here’s the bottom line:
I understand the home building business inside and out in Central Illinois. I have a proven track record of building the “best of the best” new homes. I know the subdivisions up and down including Trails at Brittany, Trails at Chestnut Grove, Trails at Abbey Fields, Ironwood, Will’s Trace, Sawgrass, Trails Edge, Boulder Ridge, Cherry Hills, Stone Creek, Landis Farm, Yankee Ridge, Prairie Fields, Lake Falls, Liberty on the Lake, Forest Glen, Heritage Estates, Sangamon Oaks, Jefferson Grove, Shady Lane, Walden Pond, Breezy Meadows, Ridge Pointe, Apple Tree, Hunter’s Ridge, Thornewood, Cobble Creek, Conway Farms, Summerfield Estates, Fox Run, Deer Hollow, Natures Landing, Roessler Meadows, Indian Hills just to name a few.
And I’ve built in practically every town in the area including Effingham, Gibson City, Watseka, Monticello, Mahomet, Paris, Champaign, Chrisman, Pana, Rantoul, Mattoon, Neoga, Shelbyville, Taylorville, Paxton, Trilla, Savoy, Charleston, Urbana, Tuscola, St. Joseph, Arcola, Mansfield, Westville, Danville, White Heath, Cisna Park and places in between.
And most importantly, I want to help you build your new home.
So let me show you an intelligent, practical, proven way to build your new home that actually puts you in control.
Here’s a sneak peak of what you’ll find in this amazing new home building reference guide:
- How to minimize the problems associated with a home building construction project
- Six benefits of buying new construction
- 35 important questions to examine when buying land in Central Illinois
- What construction loans are and how they work
- How to catch home builder’s tricks and save thousands of dollars
- The best way to find and develop house plans and drawings
- How to avoid being taken advantage of by home builders when it comes to change orders
- How to compare home builder’s prices, quote to quote, and not be taken advantage of
And this is just the tip of iceberg. Here’s what else you’ll find:
- How to assess your needs and wants in a new home
- What’s the first thing you should do when you’re thinking about building a new home
- Why 98% of people shouldn’t be their own general Contractor
- What important factors to consider before you start building a new home
- How to choose a construction lender
- How to know when you’re getting the quality and craftsmanship you deserve from your home builder
- What a shell package is and how it might save you money
- Six tips for choosing the new home builder that’s right for you
You owe it to yourself and your family to get the guide. Frankly, it’s a no brainer.
The Ultimate New Home Building Guide is Waiting for You!
Okay, you’ve read all the way to this point. That leads me to believe you MUST be serious about building a new home now, soon or down the road. So here’s what to do next:
Fill in the simple form at the top of this page. That’s all there is to it. Remember, there’s no catch. This information is FREE. Read the information, then you decide what to do next.
Good luck in your new home building endeavors. And if it’s with us, I look forward to working with you.