New Home Owner Stories: Nathan and Christine

by | Apr 25, 2019 | Home Owner Stories | 0 comments

Home Owner Stories: Nathan & Christine

Nathan and Christine built a gorgeous Whitmore D in Austin Oaks Estates. We asked them a few questions about their new home journey:
Q. When you started this new home journey what things did you have in mind that you wanted to accomplish for yourself and/or your family?

To be able to get the things that were important to us in a non-congested nice up-scale neighborhood.


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Q. Do you feel that you have been able to get the results that you hoped for?

Yes and then some. The lot sizes are great for not having your neighbors right on top of you. The non-standards were affordable to us.

Q. What were some benefits that you didn’t expect?

We were able to get more that we expected and stay within our expectations.

Q. Why would you recommend CMS Homes to someone who may be just starting their new home journey?

The flexibility. And the fact someone was always available to help or answer questions.

Q. If you were recommending CMS Homes to your best friend what would you say?

Start your wish list with all the things you are wanting and then go from there.

BIG thanks to Nathan and Christine for being a part of the CMS Homes family!

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